PhilipSags

Philip Saglimbeni

Philip writes for The Motley Fool and Seeking Alpha. His ebook "Growth Investing: Finding The Perfect Stock For You" was published in December 2012 for Amazon Kindle. Philip graduated from New York University's College of Arts and Sciences with a degree in Journalism and Mass Communications.

General Information

Name:
Philip Saglimbeni
Fool Since:
February 10 2013

Investing Basics

Investing Experience:
Medium
Risk Tolerance:
Medium High
Investing Style:
Long-Term Buy to Hold
Portfolio Size:
Medium (4-12 Stocks)
Types of Investments:
Growth stocks, dividend-growth stocks, options
Stocks I Own:
UA, MA, CMG, TSLA, SBUX, DIS, FLT, SAM

Investing Favorites

Stocks:
UA, CMG, MA
Industries:
restaurants, beverages, apparel, entertainment, business/credit services (anything related to the consumer really)
Books:
Rule #1 by Phil Town
People:
William O'Neil

Investing Expertise

Greatest Investment:
UA (at split-adjusted $15)

Education And Work Information

School(s) Attended
New York University, Journalism and Mass Communications
Job Title
Real estate manager

Interests

Personal Quote:
"Not all those who wander are lost."
My Interests:
Writing, Personal Finance, Sports, Cars, Movies, Outdoors, Exercising, Staying Healthy
Favorite Restaurants or Foods:
Mediterranean, anything new and exciting
Favorite Vacation Spots:
Rhode Island
Favorite Sports or Teams:
Football, tennis, NY Giants, Federer vs. Nadal
Favorite Music or Musicians:
Van Morrison, Fleetwood Mac, Kings of Leon, The Killers, Above & Beyond

PhilipSags is following 3 Fools

My Story

I am a small business owner and real estate manager in New York City. I graduated from NYU's School of Journalism and Mass Communications. My eBook entitled 'Growth Investing: Finding the Perfect Stock for You' was released in December 2012 for Amazon Kindle. I started writing for Seeking Alpha in 2012 and The Motley Fool in 2013. I have been actively managing my own portfolio for five years and firmly believe that the key to financial freedom is to learn as much as you can and eventually manage your own money.

How I Invest

I primarily buy and hold growth stocks for the long-term. I occasionally trade stocks and options in the short-term.