I'm an Independent investor with a passion for equity research. I'm usually long term minded, but occasionally engage in short term trades.
My trading style focuses primarily on fundamentals, with short term technicals occasionally commanding my attention. I believe that making money in the market requires forward thinking investment objectives, patience, confidence, and a trading ethic that embraces the opportunities presented by short term downtrends.
To reach out to Forward Looking Guru for business opportunities, to share ideas, guest writing opportunities, consulting opportunities e-mail him at Forwardlookingguru@gmail.com.
Did I mention its always trouble and usually not a good idea or what you expect when you ask me to tell you a little bit about myself.
I love Pink Floyd.
I think Roger Waters is a one of a kind master in music writing that is so good goes unnoticed. I believe it is so because of his own private hell of the fascination of his fathers death, nuclear holocaust and political bullsh*t.
I think the latter is pretty much many of us.
Desperation is the English way What does that say for investors?
I invest like crap, or invest well, just handle finances like crap. I should be rolling in Dendreon dough since holding it for 3 years! Leave it there, still to bitter. Took a beating august, 2011 and still have no fully if ever will recover. Who Knows?
Money...its a crime
Oh, I'm on disability myself, love sports, was an athlete, 5 letterman (ha ha) and now aren't allowed to swing a golf club or play softball (sniff).
In a nutshell, my bio... it says, "About me".
First off, it sounds like a personal add for an invesor dating site. I enjoy long walks on the beach, curling up with a good book or enjoying a glass of wine watching the crap that Cramer spews on viewers nighty
Guy Adami once said something once that sums it up perfectly for me. A no BS truth to investing so simple, yet so easily discarded. An idea so easily understood that makes it so easy for me to convince myself I know better.
He said, and excuse me, but I paraphrase this from a 'Fast Money" appearance.
It doesn't matter whether you say you sold a little too early or you sold a little too late.
All it means is, 'you were wrong'!