Brett earned his first contrarian investing profits in 2004 when he purchased an obscure investment (at the time): sugar futures. His friends on Wall Street stopped laughing soon enough when sugar rocketed to multi decade highs, illustrating that it indeed pays to be contrary. Brett quickly learned that the key to maximizing profits while minimizing losses is to invest against the crowd. He has since scoured the universe of stocks, commodities and options, searching for popular and tradable market misconceptions. Brett has been featured in The Economist, Forbes, The Globe and Mail, Chicago Tribune and Seeking Alpha. He is a graduate of Cornell University, with a degree in operations research and industrial engineering. In addition to his love of investing, Brett is an experienced technology entrepreneur. He co-founded two successful high-growth software companies, Chrometa, maker of the world’s most advanced timekeeping software, and LeadDyno, an online marketing tool for small businesses.
Self employed electronics design consultant. Terrible track record investing for the last 15 years, but I (think) I am getting better. If I were you, I would not take my advice (although you might try doing the exact opposite, it would have worked for many years!
Bryan Berg-Dividend growth investor. Investing in DivGrowers, REITS, Energy, Utilities, Preferreds and select CEFs and ETFs. Only buy........................Long.....................rarely sell.
Occasionally.......................I'm a full time investor!
Self employed-growing income month by month-Rolling that snowball down the hill:)
BEND BUT DON'T BREAK!!!