Welcome to Star Analyst Online, a space for me to share my professional wall street level stock analysis with main street investors.
I am a Chartered Financial Analyst and a MBA from University of Southern California majoring in Investment Management and Financial Markets, General Financial Management, and Corporate Finance, graduating with three consecutive years of honor in dean's list. I also hold M.S. MIS, and M.S. International Administration, and B.S. Architecture degrees.
I am a premium contributor of SeekingAlpha since 2011. I have worked in finance, accounting, management, consulting, and marketing functions for companies in the business of real estate development, manufacturing, high tech, international trades, wholesaling, retailing, consulting, and educational service located in Taiwan, China, Canada, and United States.
Over the years, I have been doing financial analysis and investment advisory/consultation for corporations and private investors. My clients, colleagues, and friends have enjoyed my analyses and appreciated my opinions and advice. However, I feel that it would be a nice thing to share my professional work with a greater base of audience to maximize the value of the educational and professional trainings that I received.
The purpose of this website is for me to share with main street investors my unique insights and analysis on stocks with exceptional reward to risk ratio that are currently neglected and significantly mispriced by the market. The majority of my analyses are on companies doing business in greater China and with stocks listed in the U.S. It is my wish that my analyses can help in correcting many misunderstanding, misperceptions, fears, and unjustified hypes American investors have on Chinese and other Asian stocks.
It is my believe that a high quality company/business, regardless of its nationality or where its operations reside, should be treat with respect and be valued at a level it deserves and a true investor should be confident and determined to buy stock of a high quality company/business at a significantly under-valued price when most investors, especially institutional investors, ignore it. On the other hand, a true investor also should not hesitant to sell a stock of a bad quality company/business at a significantly overvalued price when most investors chase after it. As Warren Buffet said, "Never count on making a good sale. Have the purchase price be so attractive that even a mediocre sale gives good results" and "Investors making purchases in an overheated market need to recognize that it may often take an extended period for the value of even an outstanding company to catch up with the price they paid". Statistical and empirical evidences prove that given time market always correct itself on overpricing or underpricing of a stock.
Although I have deep knowledge on almost all schools and techniques of stock investment and trading, my assessments of investment opportunities are mainly based on fundamental valuation with occasional reference to technical analysis, event-driven strategies, and trading practices only as supplementary tools to avoid over-paying on buying or under-pricing on selling.