I try to keep things pretty simple.
Seeking asymmetrical investment opportunities in the small to mid cap equity sector.
(1) Equities trading at a deep discount to net tangible assets, with a catalyst to unlock value.
(2) Cash-flow positive stocks with a low enterprise value, solid corporate governance and a compelling story.
I use leverage.
I will trade the depth, scalp and trade what I feel as long as my net position remains long. I can't quantify this "feeling", but watching the same stocks depth months on end gives you a peripheral feel for it (an edge if you will). Some people will know what I mean.
I can wait up to 12 months to enter a trade, then be out within days. I can enter a trade in days, but stay in for months. All quite flexible.
I believe the turning points, in my case the bottom, is where the cream lies. That's where the smart money lies, waiting, patiently and that's where I want to be. The bottom, for me, comes in the form of cash backing per share, assuming stock is cash flow positive and risk of maintaining earnings in my eyes isn't too great.
I believe in knowing every single minor detail about a company. The time taken to develop the information edge is what you are getting paid for.
I encourage constructive debate, that's where we all learn