J.E. Carpenter has a B.S. in Psychology, an M.A.L.S. and a J.D. degree, as well as extensive experience in most aspects of investing and 25 years of experience in practicing law. This writer has broad knowledge of investment vehicles and financial management and has written for several different websites on financial, investment, and legal topics.
The author is also an experienced gardener and plant show judge and an officer in plant societies and has given many public presentations on topics related to indoor and outdoor gardening.
J.E. Carpenter's work has been published in BackHome, Writer's Journal, and GreenPrints. This author's short stories have also appeared in several magazines.
Carpenter's writing tastes and knowledge are eclectic. The author has written on topics as diverse as real estate law, portfolio management, gardening, psychology, religion and spirituality, acting and freelance writing.
Private requests are welcomed and can be tailored to buyer's specifications. 7/2018 update: At this time, I'm interested in new projects that would credit me as the author. If you are interested, I may be available to write in any of my areas of expertise.
This simple but comprehensive guide demystifies the process of composting. It discusses building the pile, proportions, types of compost systems, materials that should and should not be used, and using the finished product. It also discusses problems like odor and rodents and explains how to avoid them. | Read More →Words: 801 Downloads: 0 Category: Gardening By: J. E. Carpenter
This article urges readers to consider the meaning of money in their lives. It explains why material things almost always disappoint. It recommends spending money on making memories, improving relationships, and saving time. | Read More →Words: 675 Downloads: 0 Category: Personal Finance By: J. E. Carpenter
This article identifies eleven factors that may indicate a winning stock. It covers such things as insider buying, increasing earnings, and share buybacks. It is slanted toward the long-term investor who can buy underfollowed stocks and wait for them to be noticed. | Read More →Words: 626 Downloads: 1 Category: Finance By: J. E. Carpenter
This article discusses the Magic Formula investing system, as set forth in "The Little Book that Beats the Market." It suggests ways to make the formula better and avoid value traps. It covers such factors as debt and cash flow, sector representation, and current news on the company. | Read More →Words: 603 Downloads: 0 Category: Finance By: J. E. Carpenter
This article analyzes the investing habits and personality of Peter Lynch, one of the greatest investors of all time. It covers his flexibility, willingness to learn from his mistakes, ability to keep it simple, extensive research, and ability to keep his sense of humor as the keys to his success. Each concept is explained with examples or quotes from Lynch. | Read More →Words: 1035 Downloads: 0 Category: Finance By: J. E. Carpenter
This article explains why mutual fund investors are at a disadvantage in a volatile market. It explains forced redemptions and the unwanted tax consequences that can result. It recommends individual stocks or ETFs, except for those who want to dollar cost average. | Read More →Words: 537 Downloads: 0 Category: Finance By: J. E. Carpenter
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