I graduated from Canisius College in Buffalo, NY in May 2012. While there, I majored in Finance and achieved a 4.0 GPA. Also, I was the Valedictorian of my class. I am attending Canisius College for my MBA with a concentration in Global Supply Chain Management, and will graduate with this in May 2013.
"One of the best ways to do well in this business is to go to areas that have been unexploited by research capability and work them for all you can." -Julian Robertson
Bram de Haas lives with his girlfriend and baby son in The Netherlands/Nijmegen. Living in a city once a Roman settlement later bombed by allied forces in WO II he is aware of the vulnerability of Empires and the impact of the unexpected.
His investment style can be summed up as safety first. Once safe: be agressive.
Mr. Williams is a strategic advisor to automotive companies focused on PHEV drive trains, alternative energy grid storage and new battery technologies. He assists automotive companies commercializing highly efficient, environmentally friendly, powertrain technologies for light, medium, and heavy duty trucks, buses, vans and SUVs.
I'm an individual investor. Often, I read about investable brick and mortar businesses on Seeking Alpha and other finance sites; but most analyses are about the intrinsic values, balance sheets, etc... Yes, those are very important. However, you don't really know a business until you've at least used their service, shopped at their stores, or just do a simple drive by.
I want to cover the "drive by" aspect of businesses. Of course, a good business does not mean it's a buy, nor does a crappy business mean it's a sell. I'm merely doing due diligence on the business before deciding if it's even worth my time to investigate further.
Sometimes, you can tell if a business is going out of of business long before wallstreet analysts because most don't do this simple check.
Avid investor with four years experience investing in the stock market, three years experience managing residential real estate property, and 2 years experience as President of an investment club.
I am in the process of earning my MBA at the UC Davis Graduate School of Management with an estimated completion year of 2016.
Light trader interested in dividend growth stocks. I own every S&P dividend aristocrat, and then some. The aristocrats form the foundation. I have ownership of more companies that I have placed on that foundation. I have several general rules about stocks. Rule #1: Do not buy a stock to sell it. Rule 2: Do not sell a stock you bought. Rule 3: If I am unsure if I should sell a stock, see Rules 1 & 2. Rule 4: If I really am going to sell a stock (fundamentals change, dividend frozen or cut, etc.,), then just sell it and do not look back. Rule 5: no foreign tax withholding (I do not want the money back later, I want it re-investing now, There are plenty of US and British dividend companies) and Rule 6: drip. drip. drip.