Self-taught investor who's passionate about building wealth by investing in companies with strong fundamentals who pay exceptional dividends. I'm also an options trader. My primary blog is Investment Hunting, which can be found at https://www.investmenthunting.com and my other blog is Options Hunting https://www.optionshunting.com
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I'm a professor of philosophy and logic (PhD). I look for areas that tend not to be well-understood by the market to capitalize on information asymmetries. This includes undervalued stocks, but also market volatility and crypto-currencies.
Building a dividend growth investing retirement portfolio. I'm relatively new to this, began seriously building the portfolio in May 2016. I've decided to start documenting my progress and sharing my ideas. I've been adding to my portfolio once or twice a month, so that's about the frequency that I'll provide updates. I'm interested in reading the feedback on these articles. Hope you come along for the ride.
I am a 41 year old investor with a long term perspective and a lot of patience. I mainly think about the future when investing in stocks. I do not care about what my selection of stocks will do next year, but what the result will be in 2040 or so. To paraphrase Warren Buffett: "You should only have stocks that you would feel comfortable having if the stock market closed up for 10 years." That means that I look for stocks that have either growth or value or combine the two. It has been proven that the group of dividend initiators and fastest dividend growers outperforms the markets by far in the long run. So I mainly select stocks from this group, although I also select high growth non-dividend payers that I believe will grow out to great multibagger. Hence: from Growth to Value. I appreciate your comments, because I believe I can learn a lot from your feedback and I believe in the wisdom of crowds.
German buy&hold investor with focus on dividends. Father of three. Rated "best daddy in the world" :-)
Managing three portfolios:
One of them is the Anglo-American-Canadian dividend growth portfolio.
Author of the German Dividend Aristocrats - check them out here on SA