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Plays on Very Large Crude Carriers

We have taken some positions on the rebound of oil prices, but we are also looking at companies that could benefit from lower oil prices should they persist to trade in the 40-60$ range. It is an semi-hedge against those early oil positions, but both plays can yield positive outcomes should the oil price go higher. One side effect of …

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First 2 yielding additions to the portfolio.

(this is an English version of the Danish update from 30th September 2015.) (Going forward the updates will be English only) The portfolio is off to a great start despite the recent turbulence on the markets. It is time to put a larger part of the cash to work. I'm looking for stabile and non-cyclical shares, preferably with a decent …

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The gateway to small- and midcap stocks in Scandinavia. Steen has more than 15 years hands-on expericence in analysing and investing in stocks. He is a weekly contributor and analyst in “Aktieugebrevet”, one of the leading sources of independent analysis in Denmark.

Peter Hildebrandt, also known as “Akademikeren”, has been investing for more than 17 years. Mainly invests in Undervalued technology and biotech stocks and is currently rotating towards dividend stocks in energy and shipping.

I’m a ten year veteran of biotechnology, and currently pursuing my MBA from UCLA.  I use my knowledge of the industry and business to make my investing decisions.  I look for small to mid-cap biotech companies with innovative research and buy into their company during clinical trials.

Andreas is providing stock tips with deep fundamental research behind each stock he recommends. He is privately a portfolio manager at his own Investment company where he Invest in stocks, options, CFD’s etc. with a balanced long/short approach.

Jacob’s approach is to search for that which is undervalued and where the discount to the intrinsic value provides a large margin of safety. He believes sectors that are either out of favor or in distress typically offer the best opportunities.