Protecting and preserving capital over the long term is more important than growing capital. Particularly devoted to researching cheap stocks of high quality companies, GARP stocks, Magic Formula names, and stocks trading below intrinsic value. Participate long only without hedge when overall bull market is trading for a CAPE under 15 (Tobin's Q under .8X) or when blood is in the streets (not dip buyers), but strive to cut losers early when the facts change and refuse to marry long or short positions unless a "holding period of forever" makes sense. Hunches must be backed up by disciplined systems. In fully valued markets, we prefer hedging via index options and light commodity trading/trend following. Not interested in participating in latest fad or bubble. Prefer to short the bubble, but only after evidence suggests the bubble has popped. Prefer to hedge any long positions in frothy markets utilizing a balanced long short equity approach in fairly valued markets. In undervalued markets, we need confirmation from market conditions and valuations in order to invest 100% long (or more) using in the money call options for leverage. Covered calls, calendar spreads, and other options strategies for capturing theta decay. Cut losers on short side by using ITM put options instead of stock, trend following strategies if trading commodities (for diversification). Fundamental analysis but also technical analysis. Mathematical, disciplined trading strategies. Strive first off to be right about the overall direction of the market (bull or bear). Hold lots of cash when people are being greedy. Nothing we publish here is a recommendation to buy or sell any security. Please consult your financial advisor before buying or selling any security.
Trade physical Gold and Silver
Build 1:20.3 scale Live Steam Locomotives
Hunkered down in the heart of the Rocky Mountains
Would love to pick up the news paper one day and have the headlines read: EXTRA EXTRA WORLD BREAKS OUT IN PEACE!
Still a pragmatist, we work with what we've got.
Bruce Powers, CMT, is Chief Technical Analyst for www.MarketsToday.net, a financial portal for the Middle East stock markets, plus Forex, oil and metals, published in Arabic and English. He has over 20 years experience in the financial markets. For more than seven years Bruce has written a weekly technical analysis column on the UAE stock markets titled 'On the Line' for the Gulf News newspaper, and has appeared numerous times on regional TV shows shows discussing global and regional markets and economies. In addition, Bruce is an advisor to Blue Birch Capital Advisors, a systematic trading strategy developer, and Orpheus Indices, a smart beta index and portfolio construction designer, as well as co-chair and co-founder of the Dubai Chapter of the Market Technicians Association. Previously, he President at WideVision, online publisher of the MarketsToday.net Middle East financial portal. Bruce is a Chartered Market Technician (CMT) and serves as Co-Chair of the Market Technician\'s Association (MTA) UAE-Dubai chapter. For more information please visit MarketsToday at: www.marketstoday.net/en/
John Stanley Szymanski, Jr. [Preisdent] started his career in the financial industry at Allstate with over eight years of experience in property and casualty, holding the respective licenses. John furthered his career as a financial advisor and registered representative with New England Financial. He continued with Edward D. Jones and has had extensive experience working with high net worth clients. As a seasoned advisor, he can give you his unbiased expertise in tailoring your portfolio.
Seven Pounds (2008)
George is a junior hockey coach for underprivileged Latino kinds. He needs a kidney transplant badly and Tim is going to help him out and save his life. Connie Tepos lives with an abusive boyfriend and after a particularly severe beating Tim gives her the keys and deed to his beach house and moves into a motel so she can live a life away from the madman that she dates. He donates bone marrow to a young boy named Nicholas who is suffering from leukemia. He donates a lung to his brother too.
Andrew Crabbe graduated from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania in 2003 with a BS in Economics concentrating in Finance. As a professional his work experience includes corporate finance (Fortune 50), investment banking (Fortune 50) and commodities trading at a hedge fund in New York City. He currently resides in the Greater Philadelphia Area as an independent money manager and offers trading and money management advice to investors worldwide at http://slv.collective2.com
Bruce E. Woych :CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGIST; (theoretical orienttion for theories of consciousness; medical anthropology and cultural ecology; specialization in cross cultural studies, state formation and the History of ideas; theories of Culture) FROM THE GRADUATE FACULTY OF THE NEW SCHOOL IN THE 1980s worked as PhD research assistant for the department . Taught 5 years at 12th st, New School and left city life in or about 1990 to raise my family upstate New York. Currently doing independent research on contemporary issues. My essential views on the American and Global economic paradigm can be deduced from the following study articles:
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