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Software Developer/Manager for 10 years and IT Investment/Risk Consultant for 25 years.
Successful private investor for 30+ years. Investment approach is value, hedging, risk management, and diversification across classes, countries, and trimeframes.
Self-employed Chemical Engineer, P.E.; B.S. Chemical Engineering, University of California, Berkeley; MBA in managerial economics and finance, Western Washington University. Current investing style is investing, as well as swing trading with technical low entry points, into a pool of high risk, high beta stocks thus statistically smoothing the risk. Mostly in mobile, tech, and IP. This investing style is analogous to leaping off a cliff in my hang glider and to then go mountain thermal hunting, coring the thermal to rise above the mountain as a soaring eagle does, and finally banking out before reaching its apex and it sends you 'over the falls'. Have gone over the falls a few times (in both stocks and hang glider)....scary endorphin rendering exhilaration!!
Disheartened by the opportunities in the UK and for the love of the outdoors I left Europe in the summer of 2000.In 2006, I moved down to Central America and now live in Nicaragua. Right now I am running my own business, a small Alternative Energy outfit and trying to enjoy watersports when I can. I like to think of myself as having a more value, fundamental approach to investing which is long term in nature though I actively manage my portfolio and use some more aggressive short term strategies. I believe we are in the midst of a once in a lifetime crisis, the end of the "debt supercycle" as John Mauldin puts it, but that we will get through it and the dislocations and upheaval that will ensue will lead to a whole new age of prosperity and opportunity to be found mostly in "emerging" and newly empowered economies away from Europe.