I am am engineer that has spend many years managing different companies in the medical diagnostic and pharmaceutical field. The companies where based in Europe and North America. Currently I have my own consultancy. I have been investing for the last 10 years. I have studied and read a lot about practical aspects of investing through the works of the most famous investors and also studied the academic investment theories that are practiced and promoted by the financial industry. Besides the basic fundamentals that characterize a good business I tend to look more and more to the company management and its shareholder friendliness before considering a companies stock as a potential investment candidate. For the rest I look at value because buying and paying to much for even a very good company is a major and often costly error.
Retired HR administrator.
Financially and politically Conservative
Thoroughly disgusted with the current chaotic economic climate, as well as the overwhelmingly self-serving and irresponsible tax-and-spend whackaloons of every political stripe with whom we are presently afflicted.
Longterm buy-and-hold DRIP stock investor.
Mr. Billings manages three large personal stock portfolios utilizing a unique investment stragegy. The strategy is called Invest.Trade Praxis and combines the elements of investing in blue chip dividend stocks, disciplined investing and periodic trading. He has published a book titled "Main Street Stock Investor", and the book is available at Amazon books.
I'm a founder of finbox.io which offers a suite of fundamental investing tools that makes it easy to find undervalued stocks. Finbox.io has been featured in Barron’s Magazine on multiple occasions which can be viewed here: https://blog.finbox.io/barrons-features-finbox-io/. My goal is to help investors of all sizes make fundamentally sound investment decisions in the stock market. I previously worked as an investment banking associate advising business owners, boards of directors and management teams on a broad range of transactions.