Individual investor, Controller for a small Venture Capital firm in the medical industry. M.S. in Finance, ValueGrowth investor. I occasionally take shots on little known small caps but try to find companies that have superior growth potential and are still a relatively good value based on various methodologies, different for specific companies and industries. Oddly enough, I rarely invest in small biotech companies. Though the rewards can be great, the risk is usually very high. No risk, no reward but I prefer to stick with cash flow positive companies, biotechs in the clinical phases are nearly always just burning money.
Garland Pollard writes about media, branding and technology from Sarasota, Florida. His website BrandlandUSA.com is America’s authority on legacy brands. A native of Virginia and the former editor of Virginia Living magazine, by day he is Director of Communications for the Florida diocese of the Episcopal Church.
Novice investor just getting started like the idea of owning gold but find silver more affordable and a better use for bartering. Looking to move 457 contributions to a investment vehicle that will keep up with hyper-inflation. Not sure of timetables but feel the sooner the better. Looking for ways to keep uncle sugar from taxing our hard earned cash that has taken over 30 years to accumulate. Need some help in determining which way is best? thanks
I am a PhD working at a biotech company while pursuing CFA. I am very interested in the Chinese TMT sector, as it's growing rapidly and things are constantly changing. I like to invest in companies that are innovative and have the potential to reshape the industry in a few years.