I am a consultant and blogger for www.TechnicallyCompliant.com. As a multidisciplinary expert my business includes a focus on technology, regulation, start-up businesses and manufacturing. I review a variety of topics related to Asia and the Pacific Rim. I can be followed @CaseyFahey on Twitter.
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I am an equity analyst and a full time investor with a main focus on U.S equities.
I hold two B.S., one in Finance and the other in Applied Mathematics. Also, I am now pursuing my M.S. in Applied Mathematics and preparing for the CFA level 1 exam.
I consider myself a value investor with a sprinkle of quantitative framework. I enjoy analyzing equities and usually weight many of my investment decisions using the Discounted Cash Flow approach. I tend to favor this method because a company is as profitable as the net income generated from operating activities.
I've been contributing to SA since 2011, with a break to join the PRO editorial team from 2013-2015. I got my Series 7 and 63 back in 2000, and watched the dot-com bubble peak and then burst in real time at a small, tech-focused retail brokerage in NYC.
Husband, father of three, grandfather of four and long time investor. Bought my first stock at 16 years old, it was called Unishops and it went bankrupt. I kept on investing and now have a decent size portfolio. Best investing book I ever read was "The Future for Investors" by Jeremy Siegel. I believe in companies that pay dividends, have strong cash flow and have some type of moat.
I am a consultant and blogger for www.TechnicallyCompliant.com. As a multidisciplinary expert my business includes a focus on technology, regulation, start-up businesses and manufacturing. I review a variety of topics related to Asia and the Pacific Rim. Follow me @CaseyFahey on Twitter.