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I have retired from a 35 years career in the semiconductor industry. I now have the time to do the deep research necessary for successful investing.
I freely provide investment information for friends and family.
I am a member of MENSA, which means precisely nothing except I wake up in the middle of the night doing pointless math problems in my head:)
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In addition to writing for Seeking Alpha, I'm currently an Electrical Engineer turned Entrepreneur with a major focus on Long Term Investing. I've been investing in the stock market ever since I started my own car detailing business at 12 years old.
I model my investment philosphy after Warren Buffett. I focus on big market cap companies with strong brands and wide competitive moats that have been beaten up by Mr. Market. It's rare that I make more than a half dozen moves into and out of the stock market per year.
I believe the stock market provides a lot of opportunity for smart long term investing, but you really have to do your homework first. No day trader here!
Disclaimer: Always do your due diligence on any investment and consult with a financial adviser when necessary. Any material provided by myself is for information purposes only. My advise should not be considered or relied upon as a formal investment recommendation.
I run my own consulting practice NT Advisors LLC, which serves companies in the technology and communications industries as well as private equity and venture capital firms. I am a former sell side equity research analyst in the technology sector for 18 years primarily at UBS. I was also the Global Technology Strategist at UBS from 2008-2012. During my career on Wall Street, I was voted to the Institutional Investor All-American Equity Research Team in 15 different years.
I'm a lawyer and accountant who's devoted over three decades to advising clients on complex corporate finance, disclosure and reporting, and corporate governance issues. I've held board seats and executive suite positions in the mining, oil and gas and battery industries, and served as issuer's counsel for several SEC registration statements. My decades of experience give me a unique insider's view of the public and private equity markets and an encyclopedic knowledge of the business and technical issues I write about.
Over the last decade, I've earned a global following for my articles on the energy storage and alternative energy sectors. I've contributed to Seeking Alpha, The Street, NASDAQ.com, AltEnergyStocks, InvestorIntel and Batteries International Magazine.
I'm a 1979 graduate of the Notre Dame Law School and a 1976 graduate of the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. I was admitted to the State Bar of Texas in 1980 and licensed to practice as a CPA in 1981.
My diverse experience in corporate finance, natural resource development and energy storage give me a unique and sometimes unsettling perspective on the technical, economic and supply chain challenges facing the battery industry.
I work on the crossroads of design, branding, consumer research and product development. Occasionally, I buy shares of companies, whose industry I understand or work in.
However, I take capitalism and its machinations with the necessary spoonful of quality Swedish stone salt.
I am an individual investor, who takes pride in analyzing companies in detail by combining qualitative analysis's with quantitative models.
To optimize my models, I read read everything I can about the company. This includes, annual- and quarterly reports, earnings call transcripts and general news.
When I am not analyzing or writing about stocks, I am studying for my MSc in Finance/Economics
MSc Project Management Graduate 2012, PRINCE2 Practitioner, APMP, Winner of APM Scottish Project Challenge 2012, Recipient of Technology Strategy Board start-up Grant 2013. Risk Management Product of the year 2013 with Datatecnics. Risk Management Innovation of the year 2015 with Datatecnics (beating Google!) Specialisms: Projects - especially how they relate to strategy; start-up phase; business case design; Supply Chains Direct message me here or on: LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/ABHussain New Twitter account: @AbuB_Hussain
After finishing my studies of physics in 1995 I started trading stocks. Since the year 2000 I have been a systematic Futures trader, also working some months on the floor of the CME with the SP500 futures. I have published various articles about systematic trading, mainly in TRADERS' and in the ACTIVE TRADER magazine and I published the book „Trading Systems", released by Harriman House, London in 2009.
My latest research is about momentum trading systems. I built a classic top down selection strategy based on the work of the two fund managers Meb Faber and Andreas Clenow. Faber described in his book "The ivy portfolio" a way to invest with five basic ETFs in a way the top endowments, Yale and Harvard, have done successfully over the last decades: US-stocks, Non US-stocks (rest world), commodities, bonds, real estate.
I use his method in the first step of my top down selection in order to identify the strongest markets which are not in crash mode. These are taken as universes for the next step.
This second step of my top-down strategy uses Andreas Clenow's momentum system. Clenow provides in his book "stocks on the move" a complete trading system on the stocks of the S&P500 with backtest from 1999-2005.
My strategy can be tracked here: https://www.wikifolio.com/de/de/meine-wikifolios/trade/wf123urban