Eli Inkrot is a writer. Check out his website: thecurrencyoftime.wordpress.com, his articles here on Seeking Alpha or his book - "You Don't Have A Money Problem" - on Amazon.com. Additionally, here is a quick bio: Eli has held the title of Vice President and Portfolio Manager at EDMP Inc. - a money management firm - along with Vice President for F.A.S.T. Graphs - a financial software company. Prior to that, he began his investment career as an analyst in private real estate for a public pension fund. During his time in real estate he was the lead for a variety of accounts with net asset values totaling nearly two billion dollars. Eli received a Master’s in Finance from the University of Tampa where he earned “highest honors” whilst receiving the distinction of being named the “most outstanding graduate student.” He also holds undergraduate degrees in both Economics and Business Administration from Otterbein University, graduating “magna cum laude” with distinct honors in each major. During his tenure at Otterbein, Eli was a member of the varsity golf team, held the departmental Senator position for Business, Economics and Accounting and studied abroad in the Netherlands.
I am a financial industry professional with 10+ years of experience within corporate finance, loan syndication, credit- and financial analysis as well as financial risk management and credit underwriting. I hold a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and a Master’s degree (MBA) in Finance and Business administration. My investing principles are based on both qualitative and quantitative information which I, utilizing my financial and analytical skills, interpret to make investing decisions. Though I sometimes try to take advantage of special situations such as arbitrages and distressed companies, my general investing strategy strongly leans towards dividend growth investing and the significant majority of investments are made with a long-term perspective. US stocks make up the majority of my portfolio but as a northern European citizen I have allocated capital to what I believe from a North American point of view might be considered as more exotic companies as well. Outside of more commonly known stocks, I hope I will be able to provide insight to these for those interested from time to time. As I do not work as an investment advisor nor am I an insider of any publicly listed company, there is no risk for conflict of interest and as such, I will be able to write about all stocks I hold or consider investing in. To provide objective and qualitative content, I always use my own models and state my investment criteria in addition to accounting for my holdings (or in some cases the lack of them). I started investing in 2006, and have since managed to increase capital available for investment especially over the past few years. My ultimate goal is financial independence, though not by extreme frugality as many peers, but by having my investments generate enough cash flow to cover my family’s expenses at a level we feel we don’t have to cut costs to achieve. In addition to my passion for investing, I really enjoy writing and I hope my readers will find my articles informative, insightful, and of high quality.
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Regulatory oil and gas attorney just beginning to learn to invest for myself. I've already made some mistakes, but learning more everyday, especially that I no longer want to pay someone else to manage my money. "Long" AAPL, ABBV, ADM, AMGN, AMNF, BIP, BP, CAH, CINF, CLDT, COST, CSCO, CSVI, CVS, D, DIS, DLR, DM, DUK, EMR, ENB, EPD, EPR, F, FLO, GD, GILD, GIS, GPC, HCP, HP, HRL, INTC, IP, IRM, JFR, JNJ, KHC, KMB, KO, LMT, LOW, LTC, MAIN, MDT, MMM, MMP, MO, MRK, MSFT, MVF, MYD, NKE, NRZ, O, OHI, PG, PH, PM, PSX, QCOM, RY, SBUX, SO, STAG, SYK, T, TD, TGT, UL, UNP, UTG, VGR, VTR, WEC, WFC-L, WMT, WPC, XOM.
I am a buy and hold common stock investor. Warren Buffett is definitely my guru. He makes the most sense to me. I began investing in the stock market at age 14 in 1970 with money earned on my paper route. What I have done since 1970 is invest primarily in the Dividend Aristocrats whenever the stock market is relatively low. I have never sold a single share of stock except on the rare occasion when one of my stocks was bought out for cash and I was forced to sell.. I keep all of my stock certificates or direct registration statements in a safe deposit box at the bank. I do not automatically reinvest dividends. I only purchase stocks when I feel that the stock market is relatively low. Brown University, B. A., 1978. Below are the 40 stocks in my portfolio.