Individual investor. Been at it since 2005.
Blue chips and emerging blue chips.
Love to spend free time poring over my watch-lists, reading annual reports, finding undervalued companies and making money in stocks.
CVN-76. .U.S. Navy for life!
Hope someday very soon to move abroad. Very sad and heartbreaking to see what this country has become
' It is what it is "
Each day we live is a gift, so thank God in the morning for another day of life, and thank God in the evening for getting you through the day. Tomorrow is not a promise, merely a chance.
2 Timothy 3:1-5
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Retired entrepreneur who now manages his stock portfolio full time. Mainly a dividend investor, particularly international stocks without withholding taxes as my tax position does not allow me to reclaim any withholding taxes.
I am ALWAYS looking for interesting stock ideas involving dividend paying stocks that pay dividends with zero or very low withholding taxes and willing to share ideas with other investors.
I also like high risk situations as I am well diversified and have a long time horizon
Young and Wide Eyed, with a good foundation: My folks taught me to save a percentage of what I earn from a young age. They were not sophisticated enough to learn about stocks, and stuck to what they knew: Real Estate. After watching their situation for my life, I have decided that Real estate is a tough way to earn passive income. Before looking into stocks (my preferred investment vehicle), I developed what I have since learned is a dividend strategy. By now, I have learned enough to commit to Dividend Payers and Growers as a Strategy. I Began investing too late to get in off the 2009 crash, and I seem to have made every mistake in the book, including the golden rule to learn from others' mistakes. For all that, I think I have weathered the storm in a reasonable manner, and the paper losses I have incurred to date were still cheaper than a proper education on investing. With the decisions that I hope to be the worst behind me, I now look ahead to a refined Dividend Growth Strategy.