Seeking Alpha is a site that I visit daily; it means that much to me. I'm almost 89 and only got into investing in individual stocks about 10 years ago; previously was only in mutual funds.
I'm a geologist by profession and decided several years ago to follow the advice of W. Buffett and stick to what I know something about. So my investments are nearly 100% in oil/gas, weighted about 50/50 in E&P companies and pipeline MLP's.
Robert Powell, on MarketWatch recently wrote that after age 60 our financial smarts erode quickly, and conclude that I must be a rare exception. I invest only through the internet, Vanguard's Brokerage service. Wish I had gotten into this 20 years ago: I'd probably be a millionaire now.
Nearly 35 years in Real Estate development, marketing, sales, property management in Georgia, SC, Florida. Day trader, interest in energy, politics. Believer in the immeasurable strengths of free people seeking market driven solutions for personal gain and improvement.
Interested in technology and financial markets. Undergrad in engineering, MS in Comp Sci and an MBA in finance. Building tools for individual investors to make more informed decisions about the stocks and mutual funds they choose.
Identify businesses that have long-term sustainable growth opportunities and are trading at a good value.
My wife and I have been living full time in a motor coach since 1998; we travel around the USA chasing good weather and adventure. We also park the coach from time to time in order to jump on a jet for some foreign adventures. I am an independent investor.
Retired electrical engineer with 30+ years experience in designing instrumentation and switching power supplies. I understand ICEs, electric motors and electrical grid transmission. General Physics background.
I worked for many years in the semiconductor equipment business in Austin, Texas.
semiconductor = silicon. Austin = silicon hills. Hence "siliconhillbilly".
Sorry, no black or missing teeth :-)
I'm investing with both eyes on climate change and the math of future commodity shortages. Influences include Tom Konrad, Jeremy Grantham, and Jim Jubak. Major interests include heavy-duty vehicles--especially transit buses, electrification, and biomethane (renewable natural gas).
I'm a facilities maintenance mechanic in the San Francisco bay area working for a drug company. I LOVE to play golf and hope break par someday. I ride a Harley touring bike whenever possible and collect classic convertibles. Hoping to retire early to play golf 5 days a week. Never been very good at investing!
35 year "community banker"..."jack of all trades"...ops...systems...retail...lending...compliance...executive and board committees. No "specialty"...but very aware of financial services big picture and intricacies...experience in $14M to $60B asset range. Investment experience a missing piece...but working on it. Mobile Internet...Cloud...Energy (NATGAS-Grids-Battery)...Financial services - Regional/Community...any disruptive company themes. Now Biotech.
Equipment Operator, Journeyman Lineman (IBEW), Programmer, Systems Analyst, Network Engineer, IT Director, Owner/Operator for Alliant Tech Systems, Ensign Brickford Aerospace, General Dynamics, General Electric (various braches), Global Nuclear, Hewlett-Packard, High Test Labs, Intel, L3 Communications, Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, Spectra Technologies, Trident Refit Facilities, United Launch Alliance, Vestas, Westinghouse.
I am now a Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT) in the state of Oregon. Need a massage?
Old Geezer that listened to parents that lived through the Great Depression. Am a USAF veteran and proud grandpa of 13 grandkids. I am trying to learn enough to be a good investor and have met many great and tolerant (I ask a lot of questions) people here on SA.
I am a Financial Analyst and maintain my own Site http://www.everythingaboutinvestment.com where i put the articles regarding investment so that it can help each and everyone around the globe to get an detail insight into Investing and Investment.