Software Engineer and Systems Analyst. Freelance Investment Writer and Portfolio Manager with 15 years of investment experience. Primarily seeks to employ dividend growth compounding and value investing. Options trades for income. Seeks companies with competitive advantages, rising dividend payments, and solid share buyback programs to guarantee shareholder returns.
An academic biochemist in the UK by trade but with a passion for investing. I got burned a little by tech stocks in the dotcom bubble and then spent the following 5 years reading a lot before jumping back into the market. Influenced heavily by Ben Graham's books but also Peter Lynch, Phil Fisher as well as Warren Buffett, Charlie Munger and Terry Smith (Fund manager of Fundsmith, UK). Now I look to buy the stock of good quality companies, try not to overpay and then do nothing (buy-and-hold).
Long: AAPL, ADP, AMADY, BDX, BF.B, BRK.B, CHD, CL, DEO, IDXX, IHG, INTU, LRLCY, MA, MSFT, MMM, NVO, PEP, PM, PYPL, RBGLY, SYK, UL, WAT
Long loser trader. My stocks tend to tank. Fortunately, I'm too poor to lose much. During the Bull Run, I would lose by being too conservative, but as the market appears to be peaking I'm more of an impulsive buyer. This strategy should keep my taxes in check.