Journalist on branding and technology from Sarasota, Florida. For over a decade his BrandlandUSA.com website has detailed the history of legacy brands. A native of Virginia and the former editor of Virginia Living magazine, by day he is Director of Communications for the Florida diocese of the Episcopal Church.
30+ years of investing experience. Conservative equities investor with a top down investment approach. I look for:
* growth at a reasonable price with a focus on dividend paying companies that consistently raise their payouts.
* companies trading at or below fair value with strong fundamentals
I am NOT chasing yield!
I invite you to visit my blog at:
Connor McMahon is a freelance financial and market analyst with BA in business from the University of Saint Thomas ('07) and an MBA from Texas Tech University ('11).
Interests include international retail industry analysis, particularly brick and mortar, advanced quantitative statistical methods, all things 80's, and any work/career opportunities.
“The object of life is not to be on the side of the majority, but to escape finding oneself in the ranks of the insane.” -Marcus Aurelius, Meditations
"The lack of money is the root of all evil." -Mark Twain
"Find what you love and let it kill you." -Charles Bukowski
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I am a buy and hold common stock investor. Warren Buffett is definitely my guru. He makes the most sense to me. I began investing in the stock market at age 14 in 1970 with money earned on my paper route. What I have done since 1970 is invest primarily in the Dividend Aristocrats whenever the stock market is relatively low. I have never sold a single share of stock except on the rare occasion when one of my stocks was bought out for cash and I was forced to sell.. I keep all of my stock certificates or direct registration statements in a safe deposit box at the bank. I do not automatically reinvest dividends. I only purchase stocks when I feel that the stock market is relatively low. Brown University, B. A., 1978. Below are the 40 stocks in my portfolio.
carefully investing but more often investigating; have had 6 decades of remembered losses in both public markets and private placements. Still a board member of a newsworthy nonprofit; still holding shares in companies seeded long ago but not yet having reached their investor exits. Trying to be thoughtful about investments and enjoying the experience. Becoming less current all the time, likely you can only be finding me a doddering old fuddy duddy for what I post here.