Tag Archives: INFN
Posted on 16. Oct, 2011 by TheFreeInvestor.
I have been thinking about a good way to describe my portfolio strategy. When you ask ten investors about their portfolio strategy, you will get ten different answers about value, growth, income, core, and core plus etc etc. Most of these terms mean different things to different people and way too obscure for a regular [...]
Posted on 10. Jul, 2011 by TheFreeInvestor.
If you have read any of the research reports from wall street firms, you will notice the use of financial models to estimate value of the firm and the target price for the stock. Financial models make us feel good and gives us the comfort in precise numbers and complex formula. The mathematical nature of financial modeling [...]
Posted on 29. Jun, 2011 by TheFreeInvestor.
As I mentioned in my post about high quality business, I am a fan of technology enabled disruptive businesses, especially in their early stages when the company is growing rapidly. Of course, early stage companies are riskier than mature companies. So, we need to keep the portfolio allocation at a level that is commensurate with our [...]
Posted on 18. Jun, 2011 by TheFreeInvestor.
It’s good to be back ! I was out for few weeks of vacation and other engagements. Now, back to blogging again. To better track my successes and mistakes, I added the closed/sold position to the portfolio page. Here is a quick update about recent activities in my portfolio. Bought Aeropostale (ARO): My record with [...]