Timothy P. Dooling, CFA Tim Dooling, a Chartered Financial Analyst, has over 20 years of investment experience. Mr. Dooling has been actively managing equity and derivative portfolios since 2001. He has held Senior Analyst positions at Torrey Pines Capital Management, Avalon Capital, and Sempra Commodities. He has been responsible for structuring and management of >billion dollar equity and derivative portfolios. Mr. Dooling was earlier the portfolio manager for North Island Partners, an equity long/short hedge fund in La Jolla. After graduating from Santa Clara University in 1991, Mr. Dooling spent the next 10 years working overseas in the far corners of the planet. Fom 1991 to 1995, while based in Tashkent, Uzbekistan he was responsible for the research and execution of private equity and commodity transactions in Central Asia for the Meredith Jones Group, an English Cotton merchant. Subsequently, from 1995-2001 he worked for Robert Fleming Securities as an equity research analyst covering companies in Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Africa while based in London, England. Mr. Dooling holds a Masters Degree (Accounting) from the University of San Diego. He graduated from the University of Santa Clara in 1991 with a degree in Finance. He is a fluent speaker of the Russian language and licensed Merchant Mariner. Including commercial passenger vessel Captain (100 tons) and a able seaman (unlimited). Mr. Dooling is a member of the American Finance Association, and the CFA Institute.
There are very few times that a special Hedging anomaly takes place in the equity markets and Sept/Oct 2014 is one of them. 27 years of specialized analysis using Fibonacci's natural numeric sequences reveals very unique patterning and price drop projections in excess of 20%. Brief glimpses of techniques will be shared along the way. Our management of ONLY Inverse ETFs will be implemented when a market top has developed and we will remove positions when the market, in our opinion, has exhausted most of our pre-calculated downward potential.
Gopal Gantayat is the President of The Free Investors ("TFI"), an independent registered investment advisor in New Jersey, and the Portfolio Manager for our flagship Mosaic Portfolio, a long-term, total-return-focused equity portfolio.
Gopal received an MBA from NYU Stern School of Business with specialization in Finance, Accounting and Management. He also holds a bachelor’s degree in Electronics Engineering and a Post Graduate Diploma in Management with specialization in Finance. In the 13 years of his professional career before he founded TFI, Gopal played numerous management and analyst roles in technology departments of financial service firms.
At TFI, we approach investing in stocks with the mindset of a long-term business owner, not as a trader. Before investing in a company, we do a thorough, bottoms-up analysis of the company. When we buy the stock of a company, our intention is to hold it for years and decades to come unless there is a significant change in the future business prospect of the company.
I love charting and swing trading! My interest are in economics (macro/micro) I'm both long & short the markets! I don't care much for fundamentals, or storytelling--that is unless you can put pen-to-paper and prove it! With that being said Disclaimer: The information received by subscribers is for their personal use. Investing involves a great deal of risk, including the loss of all or a portion of your investment, as well as emotional distress. Nothing contained herein should be construed as a warranty of investment results. All risks, losses and costs associated with investing, including total loss of principal, are your responsibility.
I am an electrician who is currently studying for the series 7 exam. I've been investing since 2008 and maybe by some string of luck have been doing pretty well. For the past few months since reading on options it has been my main goal to learn as much about them as possible. My hobby as a music producer and an artist has been completely taken over with my research and studies on investing and options.
Ian’s Insider Corner research focuses primarily on long-term dividend-paying companies with stable and reliable growth, stocks suitable for individual retirement accounts. Ian also looks for “niche” shorter-term trading opportunities, and coverage. During the 3-years Ian worked at Kerrisdale Capital, the New York-based activist hedge fund had great success exposing fraudulent companies. Kerrisdale Capital returned almost 200% in 2011, and more than 300% in total. Ian Bezek offers in-depth coverage of all the stocks in his “IMF” portfolio.
Eclectic, long-term oriented investor with a background in telecom, media, insurance (health, life, P&C) and business services companies. Seeking to compound capital at above average rates for an extended period of time. Eager to connect and share views with like-minded investors.
I follow a (hopefully) disciplined value investing philosophy in my investments. I am always looking out for good businesses trading at a discount to fair value due to temporary market stress or investor panic.