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I am now a contributor to Seeking Alpha

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As of this morning, I am now a contributor to the Seeking Alpha network of finance blogs.  Seeking Alpha has emerged as the leading blog network for finance news and stock coverage.  It started with the Internet Stock Blog but has mushroomed to become quite a resource for folks in the finance industry.  Their conference call transcripts service will likely become an invaluable tool for many investors.  You should check it out if you have not already.


Written by Kevin Berk

March 22, 2006 at 9:14 AM

Why blog about investing?

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Basically, I hope I will become a better investor.  I am not a professional investor.  I think of myself as an entrepreneur first and an investor second. My top professional priority is YorZ – a website for referrals.

In my spare time (when I have it), I love to invest.  I invest aggressively.  I like business.  I think about strategy and enterprise values.  I talk about new product launches and cash flow.  I study operating margins and industry trends.  I ask business owners to explain how their businesses really work.

So, I figured I would put my thoughts on the web for scrutiny.  I don’t always have all the data or a bulletproof investment thesis, so I hope blogging will sharpen my thinking.  I expect that reader comments will improve upon or contradict my investment theses.  It would be great if you and I can become better investors together.

I hope you enjoy my commentary on companies and investing.  Let me know what you think.


Written by Kevin Berk

May 16, 2005 at 5:17 PM