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value investing

In a market driven by emotions like fear and greed, I present to investors a simple numbers based approach to consistently picking good stocks. I’m an electrical engineer at a Fortune 500 company with a fiery passion for numbers and value investing. My Value Trap Indicator produces a simple number for any stock at any time, to provide actionable buys and sells, with NO emotions involved.

I’ve developed the Investing for Beginners 101 guide to give those who know nothing about the stock market all the tools they need to make smart investing decisions. Easy to follow and full of value, I’ve created the course specifically for anyone of all ages to be able to understand, leaving out all the Wall Street jargon. Young investors have such an advantage if they just start now, and I hope to motivate as many people as I can to follow this path to wealth.

My investing strategy centers on value investing and is heavily influenced by Benjamin Graham, Warren Buffett, and investing podcasts and books. Instead of attempting to reinvent the wheel, my Value Trap Indicator integrates proven and successful investing strategies into an all-in-one number.

I don’t have a billion dollar portfolio, I’m not a wildly successful hedge fund manager, and I even don’t have decades of experience. But I do take my research very seriously and have innovated on everything I’ve learned. Enjoy.

Contributor: Christina Pomoni

 

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Christina has over 8 years of experience in Financial Analysis and over 6 years of experience in Portfolio Management, with 10+ years experience in Data Analysis.

Her investing strategy includes using valuations to select profitable dividend stocks.

Contributor: David Reiner

 

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David has a BBA and MBA with a background in analyzing a company’s financial statements and creating equity reports. For 10+ years, he was the CEO of an investment research company. 

His investing strategy draws primarily from trend following, with which he was able to turn $2,000 into $180,000 after the ’08 crash.