I am a personal finance and investing blogger. A software designer by profession, I have a passion for economics, business, finance and investing. My personal financial goals are to generate enough passive income to fund my retirement, and along the journey - share my experiences and help the readers.
Horizon Kinetics LLC (“Horizon Kinetics”), formed in May 2011, is the consolidated parent company of Horizon Asset Management LLC (“Horizon”), which was founded in 1994, Kinetics Asset Management LLC (“Kinetics”), founded in 1996, and Kinetics Advisers, LLC, founded in 2000 together with various affiliates. We are an independently owned and operated investment boutique that adheres to a long-term, contrarian, fundamental value investment philosophy that the founders established 26 years ago at Bankers Trust Company. Horizon Kinetics has over 70 employees and has primary offices in New York City and White Plains, New York.
Philosophy - Horizon Kinetics was founded on the belief that a short-term investment approach, widely adopted with the modernization of financial markets, produces sub-optimal returns over the long-term. Horizon Kinetics believes that investors are better served by extending their investment time horizon and harnessing the power of compounding. Our investment strategies are driven by our independent, fundamental research and often take contrarian views that seek to take advantage of the short-term focus of the marketplace.
Research - Publishing research has been the cornerstone of our investment process since Horizon’s founding in 1994. We believe requiring our research analysts to frame their investment ideas in writing helps us avoid the common behavioral finance error of adjusting one’s investment thesis in response to short-term market price fluctuations. Our research team currently consists of fifteen analysts, producing six different reports for the institutional investment community.
Strategies - Horizon Kinetics, through its wholly owned registered investment advisers, offers separately managed accounts, mutual funds and alternative investment products suitable for individual and institutional investors, including the Kinetics Mutual Funds, Inc., a series of open-end registered investment companies. Our independent investment process has generally produced consistent results over the long-term. We have an absolute return mindset and construct portfolios based on explicit research and broad investment guidelines. Our portfolios tend to be concentrated and do not attempt to track or mimic any benchmark or index. Through our independent investment process, we seek to produce superior risk-adjusted returns that are generally less correlated with our respective peers, making our strategies a potentially attractive addition to investors’ broader asset allocations.
Kinetics Funds Distributor, LLC, principal underwriter and distributor for Kinetics Mutual Funds, Inc. is an affiliate of Horizon Kinetics, but is not an affiliate of Kinetics Mutual Funds, Inc.
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I manage investment portfolios for institutions and individuals (ranging from safe retirement income to aggressive long-term capital appreciation). If you are a "do-it-yourself" investor, I share model portfolios and investment ideas within The Value & Income Forum. You can learn more about me here. Please feel free to contact me any time. Thank you.
I'm a founder of finbox.io, an online stock research platform designed for individual investors and asset managers who care about understanding a stock’s fundamental value. The platform provides a quick sanity check so that investors can understand what they’re investing in and why. Our tools have been featured in Barron’s Magazine on multiple occasions (https://blog.finbox.io/barrons-features-finbox-io/).
Prior to finbox.io, I worked for an investment banking group providing fairness opinions in connection to stock acquisitions. I spent much of my time building valuation models to help clients determine an asset’s fair value and believe these same valuation models should be used by all investors before buying or selling a stock.
As I'm a long-term investor, I'll highlight some stockpicks which will have a 5-7 year investment horizon. As I strongly believe a portfolio should consist of a mixture of dividend-paying stocks and growth stocks, my articles will reflect my thoughts on this mixture.
Alasdair started his career as a stockbroker in 1970 on the London Stock Exchange. In those days, trainees learned everything: from making the tea, to corporate finance, to evaluating and dealing in equities and bonds. They learned rapidly through experience about things as diverse as mining shares and general economics. It was excellent training, and within nine years Alasdair had risen to become senior partner of his firm.
Subsequently, Alasdair held positions at director level in investment management, and worked as a mutual fund manager. He also worked at a bank in Guernsey as an executive director.
For most of his 40 years in the finance industry, Alasdair has been de-mystifying macro-economic events for his investing clients. The accumulation of this experience has convinced him that unsound monetary policies are the most destructive weapon governments use against the common man. Accordingly, his mission is to educate and inform the public in layman’s terms what governments do with money and how to protect themselves from the consequences.
I hold a Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance and Investment (similar to CFA), and a Graduate Diploma in Financial Planning.
I have 30 years of personal investing experience, and 18 years of professional financial advising experience. As a global investor I use a macro thematic approach searching for good value and/or high growth. I search the globe for great investments with a focus on "trend investing" themes. Some trends I currently follow include the rising Asian middle class, electric vehicles and the lithium/cobalt/graphite/nickel/copper miners, the online data boom, renewable energy, energy storage (including vanadium), 3D printing, personal robots, and autonomous vehicles.
I also love to invest in income producing investments that can grow over time and benefit from compounding, or help fund retirement income.
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I am a value investor focused on situations where margin of safety is high including sum-of-the-parts, special situations and operating businesses.
I have an undergraduate degree in mathematics, a post graduate degree in accounting and am a CFA charterholder.
With more than $3 trillion in assets under management and offices around the globe, Vanguard is among the world’s largest investment management firms. In serving the needs of financial advisors, individual investors, and institutions, we are guided by one constant: to put clients first.
Dr. Torsten Dennin is chief strategist at Tiberius Asset Management AG in Zug, Switzerland. Additionally, he is founder & ceo of Lynkeus Capital LLC. Prior to joining Tiberius Asset Management AG in 2013, Torsten had been Co-Head Natural Resources at Altira AG / VCH Investments (2010-2013), and Senior Portfolio Manager at Deutsche Bank AG (2003-2010) in Frankfurt am Main, Germany.
Torsten holds a master degree and a PhD in economics; studied at University of Cologne, Germany, Pennsylvania State University, and Schumpeter School of Business and Economics.
WestPeak Research Association is a capital markets group that aims to create quality equity research while enriching the education of its members through active peer mentorship and structured training seminars.
Investor for some thirty years, sometime partly responsible for investing a large (multi-millions) institutional trust fund. I try particularly to have a global outlook and to concentrate on company fundamentals.
Mr. McIntosh is the author of the three investment books including the newly released "The Snowball Effect, "The Sector Strategist", and also "The Bear Market Survival Guide". He is a portfolio manager at PVG Asset Management where he manages the firm's U.S. Corporate Flexible Bond Portfolio as well as a Large Cap Value portfolio.
He also served as a Professor of Finance at Eckerd College from 1998 to 2008. He has been featured in such notable publications as the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, USA Today, Investment Advisor, Fortune, and The St. Petersburg Times. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Economics from Florida State University, a Master of Business Administration (M.B.A) from the University of Sarasota, and a Master of Public Health Degree (M.P.H) from the University of South Florida. He and his wife and two boys reside in Tampa, Florida.
I am a 30-year-old father of three, recently medically retired US Marine. I began investing with my retirement in mind and have enjoyed the learning curve. I enjoy writing for Seeking Alpha to share my ideas and create discussions with fellow investors. I firmly believe that investing should be made more approachable to the masses and strive to keep my articles simple yet informative. Being on a "fixed" but stable income and lone "breadwinner" in the house creates interesting dynamics and greatly impacts my investing approach. I currently hold in no particular order:
AAPL, DIS, MO, MKRS, CGNX, T, VCLT, EDV, XAR, TAIL, AGX, FENY.
DISCLAIMER: I am not an investing professional. As a result, anything that I write should not be taken as investment advice as it is my personal opinion at the time. In addition, I am not your fiduciary nor do I understand your personal financial situation. Please perform your own due diligence on any potential investment decisions.
An early 30-something investor from Belgium with a focus on building a dividend growth-oriented portfolio to achieve financial independence within the next two decades. I write primarily about US and European dividend stocks.
I'm an individual investor looking to grow my wealth over the long term. I've tried many different styles of investing over the last 25 years and have found that buying dividend growth stocks and reinvesting the dividends is one of the easiest ways to grow wealth over the long term. Over the years, I've owned stocks, options, ETFs, treasury notes, and mutual funds. I operate a blog, HarvestingDividends.com, that provides information on the S&P Dividend Aristocrats and other dividend growth stocks.
My name is Mike McNeil and I’m the author of The Dividend Guy Blog & The Dividend Monk along with the owner and portfolio manager here at Dividend Stocks Rock (DSR). I also have a service on Seeking Alpha's Marketplace called Dividend Growth Rocks, aimed at investors who are interested in both income and capital growth from dividend stocks. I earned my bachelor degree in finance-marketing, own a CFP title along with an MBA in financial services. Besides being a passionate investor, I’m also happily married with three beautiful children. I started my online venture to educate people about investing and to be able to spend more time with my family.
I started my career in the financial industry back in 2003. I earned several promotions along with a good pile of diplomas. I had lots of fun working with clients in private banking for half a decade, but thought I could do more with my life.
In 2016, I decided to take a leap of faith and left everything behind to travel across North America and Central America with my family. We drove through nine countries and stayed three months in Costa Rica before returning home. This was an eye-opening adventure that led me in 2017 to quit my job in the financial industry and pursue my dream; helping others with their personal finance through my investing websites.
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Dhierin is a leading contributor covering the aerospace industry on Seeking Alpha. With his Aerospace Engineering background he has a more indepth knowledge about aerospace products, so most of his articles will be about companies in the aerospace industry or airline industry, comparing products and looking at market forecasts providing investors with unique and thorough insights. His reports have been cited by CNBC, the Puget Sound Business Journal, the Wichita Business Journal and National Public Radio. His expertise is also leveraged in Luchtvaartnieuws Magazine, the biggest aviation magazine in the Benelux.
Dhierin has accumulated over 4,000,000 views never failing to spark healthy and thoughtful discussions for investors and aerospace professionals.
AeroAnalysis offers wide variety of services, ranging from providing data and cost models to consultancy possibilities. Check out our website for more information.
Thirty-four year old individual investor building my portfolio towards the goal of retiring with a steady stream of income. Dedicated to dividend growth investing. Looking for opportunities to learn from others and share my investing endeavors with the SA community.
I am a Civil Engineer, who is married with three kids under the age of 6. In early 2013 I took a more active role in managing my IRA for retirement and decided to publicly share my experiences in building the portfolio. My hope is to provide a positive example for other young do-it-yourself investors as they save for retirement on a limited budget.
My interest in investing mostly began in 2005 when I started up an investment club with a few friends from college and has accelerated as I've been reading and learning along the way. Since then, investing and the stock market has become a passion and favorite hobby and I've enjoyed writing about stocks and sharing ideas I have here on Seeking Alpha.
My investing goals are to build a nest egg for retirement and fund college education accounts for my kids. I invest mainly in dividend paying stocks that have shown a history of consistent growth in earnings and dividend payouts.
I am focussed on investing in the best businesses at the best prices. While I started my investing journey by building passive income through dividend investing, I have now expanded my focus on finding the best businesses that offer a path to long term growth and now look at growth at a reasonable price. My blog can be found at financiallyintegrated.com.