Until recently, I only invested in stocks trading on US exchanges. This was pretty convenient. I could use any brokerage, screen easily, and never worry about whether the yen might be on the verge of collapse. There was just one problem: A lack of bargains. There are only so many times you can run the same screen, get the same handful of Chinese companies, and expect the next time to go differently. (I do actually own some Chinese companies, like $NUIN and $ZA. But the investing process tends to be more fun when you can trust the numbers.) What I discovered, as have many others before me, was that there are much greener pastures overseas. Japanese companies trading at a fraction of net current asset value, significantly undervalued European stocks with high dividends, and Australian companies with balance sheets that put Magnus Ver Magnusson to shame. The process of … [Read More...]
Collin Moshman graduated from Caltech in 2003 with a degree in theoretical math prior to becoming a professional online sit 'n go player. He is the author of best-selling poker strategy books Sit 'n Go Strategy,
Heads-Up No-Limit Hold 'em, and The Math of Hold'em. Collin is also the lead SNG coach for Cardrunners and Pokerstrategy. He lives in Mexico with his wife Katie and dog Wilbur, playing on Pokerstars as tfnc314.