I have over 25-years’ experience in financial journalism,activist investment and strategic communications, in the US, Japan, Korea, Hong Kong and the United Kingdom. My core strengths are in-depth financial journalism, research and analysis of economics issues and public companies, and communications strategy during proxy fights, legal disputes and cross-border transactions. I have worked and written for the following publications: The Wall Street Journal (Hong Kong), Los Angeles Business Journal (LA), South China Morning Post (Hong Kong), Knight-Ridder Financial News (Hong Kong and Korea), Far Eastern Economic Review (Korea), The Korea Herald (Korea).
Stirling Capital Management is a client focused and performance oriented investment firm. We scour the globe for opportunity in any asset class with asymmetrical risk versus return characteristics.
Sitio en español orientado en Short-Longs. Empresas en dificultades con fundamentales defectuosos o golpeado por activistas. En algunas ocasiones también vamos a discutir ideas o oportunidades de compra. La información proporcionada en este sitio web es sólo un resumen del proceso de recolección e investigación, que va de datos sobre fundamentales de la empresa a análisis de precios utilizando técnicas desarrolladas por sí mismo. Es usual en nuestros registros resumir los informes de investigación de prominentes short sellers y activistas que creo que valen la pena, por lo que tiene la mejor y más fiable información disponible. Marcelo D’Eboli / author of shortsellsignal.com / generalmente invierte en las acciones de las cuales escribe.
I am a New York attorney and a qualified arbitrator. Message me here on SA or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. I'm also on Skype and Eikon Messenger: kranenburgesq.
Kranenburg, my law firm, is concentrated on representing investors in securities, investment and corporate litigation in all courts in New York State and US federal courts, and in arbitration in specialised forums such as provided by FINRA Dispute Resolution.
Before I qualified as a lawyer, I worked in the financial sector for over a decade; at a brokerage firm, at a corporate finance boutique as a research analyst and elsewhere. On the basis of that experience as well I now focus on shareholders' rights and the laws of capital markets. I currently pursue a master's degree in finance and financial law in my free time to add an academic perspective to my practice of the law.
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I'm a professor and data scientist who has developed scorecards to detect fraudulent bank transactions. As an investor I look for fraudulent stocks and other stocks that aren't what they seem.
Love the stock market. Look for shorts and longs that are both mispriced and ripe for moving. I've been investing in the stock market for over ten years, primarily on the hedge fund side. I've worked in private equity and like to think about the market, the economy, and society in a broad, sometimes slightly unorthodox way. While I do trade rather actively, and if I had more time, I would increase the level of my activity, I spend a lot of time looking for long-term holdings. I see trading as another asset class for my overall portfolio.
Alex is an equity research analyst at Granite House Capital Management, a value oriented long/short hedge fund based in Boston. In May 2013, Alex was the feature of a Forbes Magazine article titled, "Meet One Of The Youngest And Brightest Hedge Fund Analysts That Isn't On Wall Street." He started investing in the stock market at age 10 and payed for college by working as an analyst for a Minneapolis based hedge fund. He focuses on the investing methods of great investors such as Warren Buffett. Alex looks to differentiate himself in the industry through persistent hard work and continuous learning. He is the youngest ever admitted member of the SumZero buyside network and was one of 14 buyside analysts in nation to be named to the 2012 SumZero Buyside Analyst Honors which was published in the Wall Street Journal as part of the 'Best on the Street' column and CNBC. Over 8,000 analysts were considered and he had the second highest return on the list. He was featured in the biography of investor Warren Buffett in a book called "Of Permanent Value: The Story Of Warren Buffett,". He maintains a blog called "Alex Bossert's Thoughts On Value Investing" with over 550 subscribers and over 300,000 site views. His work has been syndicated on Yahoo Finance, Google Finance, SeekingAlpha, and GuruFocus.
Linkedin Profile: http://www.linkedin.com/in/alexbossert
Spear Point is a private equity firm that specializes in transaction oriented activist strategies in undervalued micro, smid-cap publicly traded companies.
Amizuno is a former bulge bracket investment banking analyst that now works in the corporate development group of a publicly-traded entity. Amizuno attempts to identify attractive investment opportunities, irrespective of industry or market capitalization, in under- or reasonably-valued companies with proven or emerging sustainable competitive advantages and material growth opportunities.
Retail Investor, Shareholder Advocate and Editor of Stocks DD blog. You are cautioned to read the disclaimer in Seeking Alpha before reading my articles. I am NOT a registered investment adviser. My articles are ONLY for informative purposes and should NOT be treated as investment advice.
My investment philosophy:
1. Invest in Strong businesses (high barriers to entry) 2. Invest in Management with excellent track record for shareholder value creation 3. Invest at undervalued prices
Invest in special situations (bankruptcy or other restructuring) or Drug development firms, where there is with an asymmetric reward/risk...where I have strong conviction on a reward event.
I am also interested in the shareholders topics in publicly listed companies:
1. Shareholder rights 2. Giving shareholders a voice incl shareholder participation in value creation 3. Improving board and management's accountability to shareholders
Be a shareholder advocate and work towards insuring boards and management "do the right thing for shareholders", maximizing and protecting shareholder's value.
More on my ideas can be found here:
We seek value plus multiple overlapping catalysts, sourced using proprietary tools. We will create our own catalysts with the fundamental goal to put assets to their highest and best use with the optimal financial structure to maximize long term business value.
Founded in 2009 by Ryan J. Morris - as a founder of a bootstrapped software company prior to being a full time investor, I have a great appreciation and respect for the operational details and entrepreneurial efforts underlying the financial numbers of a business.
A man rejected his fate deserves a new life.
A man challenged the world deserves his own kingdom.
I am a former bond analyst, now expand my investment universe into equity. As an investor, I believe that the value of any security has deep roots in its underlying business or assets. Thorough business review and sound valuation are the basis of extraordinary returns. Trading is a means rather than the end of investment. I take long or short positions in equity and other asset classes based on my bottom-up fundamental research. All opinions that I write about are my own and all facts quoted are to my best knowledge.