Dutch Trader Investor takes you into the world of small caps. The stocks discussed in this blog are Unloved, Undervalued and Underowned. Some for a reason and others just because investors don't know the real story.
This blog is made by "Dutch Trader" and is for information purpose only. All statements and expressions are the opinion of the owner and are not meant to be a solicitation or recommendation to buy, sell, or hold securities.
I am a long term contrarian value investor and not a trader. My 3U philosophy: Unloved, Undervalued, Underowned.
I studied Management, Economics and Law at the Fontys Business School in the Netherlands and my passion is Investing.
During the Eighty Years' War the Dutch provinces became the most important trading centre of Northern Europe, Dutch ships hunted whales off Svalbard, traded spices in India and Indonesia (via the Dutch East India Company) and founded colonies in New Amsterdam (now New York), South Africa and the West Indies.
Speculation in the tulip trade led to a first stock market crash in 1637, but the economic crisis was soon overcome. Due to these developments the 17th century has been dubbed the Golden Age of the Netherlands. The name "Dutch Trader" is a remembering of this period.