David Harris is an independent stock market investor and trader with an interest in modeling price movements in stock markets. In particular, David has spent the last ten years developing mathematical models to identify market tops and market bottoms and more recently a model that identifies bubbles in national stock market indices and individual stocks. Trained originally as an Electronic Engineer, David has a First Class Honors Degree in Electronic and Electrical Engineering from Leeds University, UK and a PhD in Adaptive Control Algorithms, also from Leeds University. David has worked as a Senior IT Manager in the City of London and more recently in New York City for a variety of Investment Banks, including NatWest Markets, Bankers Trust, Deutsche Bank, Bank of Bermuda and HSBC Bank.
I am currently the president of the defense services division of a medium sized Canadian specialty aviation company (http://www.discoveryair-ds.com/). I have a BA in History from the Royal Military College of Canada, and was a fighter pilot in the Canadian Air Force from 1990-99. From 2000-07, my business partners and I founded, grew, and sold our defense aviation business, Top Aces Inc. Since 2007 I have served in several executive roles with the acquirer of our business, Discovery Air.
I have always had an active interest in personal investing. Time does not allow me to manage my money full time at the present - but I would if I could!
I am 40 and would like to retire before 60. I am fortunate to work for a state government and I am vested in their pension. So, I am set when I turn 60+. Because I don't have to worry about saving for a normal retirement age, I have been able to put almost all of my savings towards the goal of early retirement, by investing in a taxable brokerage account.
Age 70. Investing in
the stock market since age 21. Graduate
Hofstra School of Business ’72. Background
is in banking and finance. Owned my own
business for 16 years. Retired 10 years
ago. Prefer managing my own investments. Interests include dividend investing for income and
growth along with bond and bond funds. Not
as sophisticated as most Seeking Alpha contributors but very much appreciate and
enjoy the contributors and comments.
Hi, I am new to investing and I have just learned the basics of financing. I am a follower of Warren buffet who is one of the best in the financial world(in my Opinion). I am 24 years old and I started my journey after reading articles on Warren buffet. I am here to help you find value and improved investments from all around the world. Hope you guys will enjoy reading my blog.
20 year old Irish student. Focus on finding penny stocks with massive upside potential and low downside risks. 95% of small cap stocks are garbage but there are some diamonds hidden in the rough.
Richard W. Goodwin, PhD, PE is an Environmental Consulting Engineer. Dr. Goodwin has more than 25 years of experience in the waste treatment, disposal, by-product utilization, conducting studies on conceptual engineering and system performance and operations, ash management, securing regulatory acceptance for construction and demolition recycling and disposal projects, investigating viability of Landfill Gas Energy Extraction from abandoned landfills, evaluation of landfill operations, and testimony for hazardous emissions for proposed landfills. He specializes in wastewater reuse and odor elimination. Expert on FGD BY-PRODUCT GYPSUM & FGD, SCR, ESP, CO2 capture technology pollution control coal-fired power plants. Dr. Goodwin has completed a conceptual study for Office of Secretary of Defense for Hazardous Waste Management in Iraq. He is working with electric utilities on permitting of new coal-fired power plants implementing Clean Coal Technology (consulted to USDOE in this area). Dr. Goodwin also consults to investment community including investment bankers, private equity and venture capital firms. Dr. Goodwin has recently been appointed Task Force Chairman Energy Conservation [Palm Beach County FL]. His current work includes anaerobic digestion and energy recovery of biomass; conversion coal-fired plants to bio-mass and Waste-to-Energy Resource Recovery facilities. Consulted to Electric Utilities regarding retrofit and beneficial use of coal ash as consequence of recent regulatory mandates. Contributor to American Coal Association and Electric Utility Solid Waste Advisory Group regarding EPA’s proposed regulation of Coal Combustion Products. Consulted to Electric Utilities regarding SDI vs. FGD retrofits and Natural Gas Conversions. Consulting to investment firms Shale Gas – Energy Economics. Working with EPA SAB Hydraulic Fracturing.
Dr. Goodwin has held executive management positions with Research Cottrell, Chemico Air Pollution Control Corp., and General Electric Environmental Services Inc. He holds degrees from Carnegie Mellon [Tech]/LIU, NYU, and Technion/WOU and Professional Engineer licenses in NY, NJ and VT. He has lectured at Columbia Univ., N.Y. Polytechnic Institute, and Rutgers University and is active in several professional societies. Dr. Goodwin has presented/published over 70 papers and three books dealing with environmental energy issues (e.g. High Volume Residues from Combustion Systems).