I am teaching and doing research in mathematics at University Paris 12. I have a PhD in Dynamical Systems from the University of Orsay. My main hobbies are investing, programming, playing pool, parenting and playing backgammon. I am co-founder of a startup which helps institutions digitize and organize paper documents. We hope to complete an OCR software developed in house that will allow indexing scanned books.
Classically trained as a dentist and researcher, I used funds from that career to invest in various medtech and healthcare services startups. I was a founding member of 5 of these startups, one of which (TeleMend) I exited to a micro-cap company and another (nexeonmed.com, OTCBB:NXNN) that initiated public trading on the OTC markets in Q3 '17. I have no remaining role there other than as shareholder. The majority of my research is in the medical device/ neurostimulation/ healthcare services industries. In the last 18 months, I've diversified along two vectors; 1) Ive taken positions in other emerging medtech companies at various stages of product development and commercialization, and 2) Im applying greenblatts "magic formula investing" with additional criteria evaluation.
Mr. Muller received a BA in Business with emphasis in finance from Rhodes College. He is also a graduate of Kimball Union Academy, a New England Preparatory School in Meriden, NH. Mr. Muller received his Master of Accountancy with emphasis in Forensic Accounting from Christian Brothers University 2015.
His work experience includes the banking industry and Mortgage Trading. In addition, Mr. Muller has served as an investment consultant and independent research analyst for buy-side institutional investors.
Currently, Mr. Muller works for Memphis Leadership Foundation, a community focused non-profit organization,which functions as an incubator, operator, and affiliate partner for dozens of Memphis-based community impact firms.
Mr. Muller follows value/ growth at reasonable price strategy, incorporating market psychology and behavioral finance to explain deviations of stock prices from their intrinsic value. Visit: Financial Alchemist (http://financial-alchemist.blogspot.com/)
Having recently started building a long term strategy for a dividend growth portfolio, I am interested in improving and learning better ways to identify and evaluate the future great dividend stocks.
I put a lot of faith in numbers and math, but where I need improvement is avoiding this garbage in and garbage out tendency and better understanding FCF valuations and projections.
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Over fifteen years of investing experience with both long and short-term objectives. Seeking Alpha can be a great space for intelligent and informed discussion, and a useful resource for investors. Generally consider myself a value investor and occasional trader. Preference for fundamental analysis then soft/empirical analysis both for short and long-term trading/investing. My background is in small business management, accounting, and finance.
Not a high-falutin' Pee Aich Dee economist.
Just a lowly physician tryin' to make sense of these Interesting Times.
"The State is the great fiction through which everyone endeavours to live at the expense of everyone else." Frederic Bastiat, 1848
I am but a bemused and conjurepated skeptic in a world of majestic deceptions.