Bill received a BS in 1972 from West Point with concentrations in math, physics, chemistry, and engineering. He was an NCAA All American Wrestler and captain of the wrestling team. He is an eight-year infantry veteran, Airborne, Ranger, Arctic Light and Mechanized Infantry in the United States Army. His industrial experience started in 1980 working for Honeywell setting up manufacturing capabilities around the US and Europe. In 1986 he founded Applied Statistics, Inc. (now ASI-Datamyte) to develop and sell the software, electronics, and tools to implement Statistical Process Controls for manufacturing processes. In 1989, he founded JITCorp to create the software to apply the concepts of process management to the selling process. JITCorp’s principal products are WebClerk and CommerceExpert. In 1998 he began working controls for the mobility process (Patent 6,810,817). JPods, Inc. was founded apply just-in-time concepts to the mobility process and cut costs per passenger-mile by 85%. Bill is the author of Desktop Hosting, A Developer’s Guide to Unattended Communications (Wiley), which outlines technology and concepts for networking the supply matrix. He holds Patent 6,810,817, Intelligent Transport, which applies distributed collaborative computer networks to moving physical packets, a Physical-Internet™.
Professional working for the automotive supply chain; soccer coach., and overall nerd when it comes to plastics - worried about retirement, and really interested in starting a business to control my own destinty
36 years old. Native German. I work as an equity analyst at a boutique Investment Bank in Europe. I started investing privately in 2001 - just to get burned badly. Got back to investing my private wealth in 2013 with great success so far. I prefer momentum and value strategies. Typically looking for out-of-favour stocks with quality business models. Use fundamental analysis (competitive strategy, defensibility, structural growth potential, valuation, free cash generation) combined with technical analysis for entry/exit points. I am willing to hold high conviction ideas for 1-2 years but will trade in and out of positions depending on news flow and technical indicators (oversold, overbought). I am currently heavily invested into oil and commodities (zinc, copper).
I'm a senior citizen living in NJ, a retired medical doctor, that invests for income. I own many CEF'S - BDC'S - MLP'S and REITS. In the early 90's I was the MD for the NYSE. I also was the Medical Director of a Tech company in the early 1970's that went from 4 to 40 in one year.