Alan Kotok is a Washington, DC-based reporter and writer on science, technology, business, and public policy, and editor and publisher of Science and Enterprise, a news blog on the value chain connecting scientific discovery with the marketplace. Kotok previously was managing editor of Science Careers, the online employment, career development, and funding portal of Science Magazine.
Robert Graf is an independent investor and educator with a 20+ year academic background in neuroscience, pharmaceutical sciences and pharmacology. He focuses his attention on index options, top performing companies, commodities, and is a student of price action. He is founder, President, and Chief Broker of Golden Gate Commercial Properties where he focuses on building value, creating and retaining wealth with a combination of paper and hard assets.
Robert graduated from the University of California at Berkeley (AB) and from the University of Hawai'i in Honolulu (Ph.D). As an educator, he has spent over ten years as assistant and associate professor of pharmaceutical sciences teaching about clinical trials as well as all major drug classes in use today. Dr. Graf has published in international journals, and is best known for his contributions to the field of crustacean neuronal cell culture and founding the circuit buffer theory of Alzheimer's Disease.
I’m a 64 year old retiree managing my personal portfolio consisting primarily of stocks and mutual funds seeking to diversify/invest in the biochemical and medical fields. As a 1971 graduate of The University of West Georgia I was employed by Dun & Bradstreet, Inc., for 17 years as a Business Analyst and Sales Representative for the Credit Services Division. Was Regional VP Credit Advisors, Inc., for 3 years then employed by SunGard Data Systems, Inc. as a Sales Representative, Computer Services Division for 8 years, specializing in the Telecommunication and Billing Services Software. I was active on my own account as a writer and President of Oak Valley Press, Inc. (Now discontinued)