Like all of us, I play many roles. I am a father, a husband, a son, a friend, a lover, a neighbor, an employee and a citizen. For this blog, however, I am a trader. I trade professionally with someone elses money, and personally for my own accounts.
The focus of The Zikomo Letter (TZL) is on trading. Once or twice a week I post on trading, investing and personal finance. These are my thoughts and convictions, argued with passion and hopefully intelligence and humor.
In real life, I am actually reasonably humble, appreciative of nuance and incredibly grateful of my good fortune. That is unlikely to come across on this blog. I encourage you to disagree and debate with my assertions: I am often wrong. I read widely and borrow liberally, and I try to acknowledge sources where appropriate.
I am not a financial adviser or a fiduciary of any sort. Nothing I write should be taken as advice regarding the suitability of any particular security or investment strategy for you. At times I may hold positions in trading instruments mentioned on the blog. I may also have positions inconsistent with the views expressed here. Anything posted here by me constitutes my own opinion, and is for informational purposes only.