Iam a very astute and avid investor with over 40 years experience. Started with very little and have managed to amass a very large portfolio. Also a very seasoned and experienced bond buyer. Always searching for the next "Grand Slam Homerun".
Late 30's investor trying to adopt the dividend growth strategy. I have made some poor decisions in the past like not staying completely invested. I am currently almost all cash and would like to slowly invest my way back into the market. I am tracking my progress of my real portfolio at our blog
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Family man approaching the goal of early retirement. Always have an eye towards improving the quality and the amount of income and opportunity for gains from my accumulated assets. Made many mistakes along the way and maybe learned a few lessons ... Concluded that Do-It-Yourself is the way to go, at least for me.
Looking for good businesses with reasonable valuation. Have also learned sometimes must buy unreasonable valuations which is mentally tough for my left brained nature but often very profitable. Have a core of consistent dividend payer but will not shy away from what I judge to be a good growth opportunity. Patience is improving but it is still a struggle to wait for good entry points. A