Scott Mason-Founder www.Tradalyticslive.com Mr. Mason is the original creator of Tradalyticslive.com and currently overseas all business and product development for the firm as well as the design, implementation and creation of Trād•A•Ly•Tics individual products. Scott began his professional trading career over a decade ago after mentoring under some of Wall Street's top traders. His diverse background and experience in technical analysis and trading dynamics is one of Tradalyticslive.com key factors to its unparalleled success. In 2002 Scott launched Sterling Capital Management, Inc. which is a successful Registered Investment Advisory Firm focused on Fee-based Portfolio Management, Estate Planning, Trust design, 401k & 403B planning, and Insurance. Over the years Scott has built partnerships with fortune 500 companies, such as Paychex, and underscores his dedication and commitment to success. Prior to Sterling Capital Management, Scott received his undergraduate degree in Finance from the University of Central Florida. He began his financial career at First Union Bank in 1998 where he received his security licenses. After which he became the East Coast regional manager at Huntington Bank responsible for branch production, investment training, client relationships, branch audits, and community development.
I live in Albuquerque NM. Am retired from the US Army (USAM- Class of 1966). Currently work for a Govt Agency- at a large call center here. I used to trade FREX, but found that the prospect of losing everything was such that I have returned to investing in stocks. Focus on some long term holdings- small cap resource and energy stocks. Like to also buy those with prospects of a 15% appreciation in 4-6 weeks. Sometimes have to hold lojnger, but that is OK. Some nice ones seem to always be "obn the table"... Patrick
I just joined Actinver, the biggest public Mexican-based Brokerage House, with AUM of over $18 billion.
I am currently a Portfolio Manager and will be glad to be asked anything about the Mexican or US market, as I am a passionate follower of both. If you want to diversify and invest in Mexican companies, feel free to contact me.
I started writing articles in May 2012, keep the feedback coming, I write about anything that interests me at the time, it can be academic, long & short ideas, I am now focusing on company valuations, feel free to suggest a company you would like valued.
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Tech investor mostly...at least those investments seem to work out the best for me and have ended up to be a large portion of my portfolio. I usually have money invested directly in 50+ stocks so as not to let any single stock bring me down, although I do admit to being heavy and vulnerable to certain sectors.