Studierte Quantitative Finance an der Uni-Ulm.
Entwickelte Software für Banken und Versicherungen.
Arbeitete für die Bundesrepublik Deutschland - Finanzagentur GmbH
Bin aktuell Risikoanalyst und Modellentwicker in Energiebranche.
Habe das Buch "Knowledge rather than Hope: A Book for Retail Investors and Mathematical Finance Students" geschrieben.
1) Some good American companies
2) Samsung (yes, IMO their products are better than Apple’s, let alone Samsung is almost twice cheaper in the sense of P/E). And Telefonica (Buffett says, buy stocks when they shoot in the street).
3) Wheat and Coffee are at historically low prices, mean reversion is not improbable
4) The same holds to some extent for gold and silver, additionally, they are good for the case of crisis
5) EUR short / USD long – come’n Mr. Market, don’t you notice the election results in Germany and what is going in Spain?!
6) Oil short (good chances per se, additionally adds some market-neutrality to the portfolio)
7) 10% in Cash
Portfolio initialization. Most stocks from DAX. Favored those with lower P/E, Pharma and Bau(Contruction). Less Energy (E.On and RWE) because they experience difficult times and stock price recovery potential is already pretty exhausted. Less banks: a little bit Deutsche Deutsche and no Commerbank because historically the mistreated their stock holders. (Instead take Goldman). As to Automotive: more BMW, less VW (they still have problems with Dieselgate) and no Daimler at all, since Mercedes-Schmercedes goes the way that Ford once went: from arrogance to ignorance.
Lufthansa, Beiersdorf and Continental will likely come later (recall: diversification must also be temporal, not just between assets).
Wie man sieht, komme ich nicht dazu, alle meine Transaktionen zu kommentieren. Schaut mal aber http://www.letYourMoneyGrow.com dort werde ich die wichtigsten Trades schon erläutern, wie ich z.B. gestern das für Lufthansa und K+S gemacht habe.
As one can readily see I am short of time to comment all my transaction. However, have a look at http://www.letYourMoneyGrow.com where I do comment the most important transactions, like e.g. I did it for Lufthansa and K+S yesterday.