Eamon Keane is an Energy Systems Engineering masters student at University College Dublin with an interest in electric cars, rare earth metals and energy. He is looking for a job in the energy sector anytime after August 2010.
Multiple careers - including computer programming and energy conservation work for non-profits. Semi-retired, still doing a little consulting.
In good shape in terms of accumulation. Moving into distribution as necessary, although other income permits us to not rely completely on investment distribution at this point. Have been gradually picking up pointers from the dividend growth folks for making income investments.
Retired. Natural gas proponent. My motive is to educate leaders and the general public about our vast resources of clean and inexpensive natural gas. This will help end useless wars in the Middle East, and lower prices for all users. It will help improve economies around the world. We need promote natural gas vehicles of all kinds, including ships, trains, and airplanes, autos and trucks.
Fueling infrastructure is equally needed, including low priced home fueling.
MY BLOG IS AT: ronwagnersrants.blogspot.com
Just a "run of the mill" position trader who looks to buy "out of favor" value stocks and sell them when I think they are near full value. Not using this forum to publish my long or short ideas, just reading the articles to get trading ideas.
Kind of getting sick of the short-siders with obvious agendas who publish "half truths."
• Institutional investment professional with a proven track record in stock picking, industry and company analysis, and hedge fund and mutual fund portfolio management.
• Over ten years of experience as a portfolio manager and analyst specializing in the energy chain- MLPs, utilities, E&P, services, power, and E&C.
• Over ten years of sell-side equity research experience. Illustrious history of in depth industry and company research and report writing, financial modeling, equity valuation, stock selection.
• Ranked number-one stock picker by The Wall Street Journal in Energy Services. Recognized in investor polls