Brian G. Coleman is the founder of Domino Analytics (http://www.dominoanalytics.com/) a free investment research site for serious independent investors focused on emerging growth stocks. Our members include professional and individual investors, as well as engineers, technologists, physicians, entrepreneurs, and corporate professionals. The common trait among our members is a passion for independent research and an ability to bring unique non-public insights to the investment process. Brian has 17 years of professional investment experience including eight years (1992-1999) as a sell-side research analyst with major Wall Street firms including Lehman Brothers and Alex. Brown and Sons, and nine years experience managing venture capital and hedge funds. In addition to managing Domino Analytics, Brian also manages Hawk Hill Asset Management which invests in both private and public emerging growth equities.
Born and raised in the USA, graduated with a degree in Finance then worked at a multi-strategy global hedge fund for about 4 years analyzing stocks all over the world. In 2007 I left the USA and moved to China to study Chinese and start a business. Now, I am the CEO and Co-founder of eFin which provides wall street level research to main street investors via a proprietary algorithm. Our eFin scoe that takes into consideration hundreds of factors to provide the best period of time to make an investment in a stock.
Nevertheless, my experience working at the hedge fund and running my own business has improved vastly my investment making decisions. I believe Warren Buffett said it best “I am a better investor because I am a businessman and a better businessman because I am an investor”. I have had my share of busts and winners and have gotten wise enough to always look at both sides of every investment no matter how negative or optimistic the situation is.
Seasoned COO dedicated to bringing organizations to the next phase of growth and development.
Diligent and motivated to improve processes, streamline operations and increase revenue.
My passions are taking a seed, cultivating and watching it grow!!!! I love what I do and I love the company I work for LaborSmart, Inc.
Currently the President & CEO of a publicly traded startup in the temporary staffing industry, specifically what we call the "On-Demand" sector. I have been in the staffing industry for approx 14 years. I started out as an Account Executive for the largest on-demand provider in the country and have been in the staffing industry ever since.
Enjoy spending time with my wife and 3 beautiful children when Im not working. Doesn't have to be anything fancy, a day at the movies or at the park works just fine for me.
The author is an individual investor in micro cap stocks with over 25 years of experience. "Micro Cap Treasure Hunter" is seeking out hidden treasures with the possibility of more than doubling with limited permanent downside risk.
I'm an individual investor, long only, usually buy and hold. I am especially interested in technology and its evolution. I try to identify investment trends that could be good growth areas, like IOT, Healthcare, Asia, etc. I like reading a good business case for why a stock will outperform.
I worked 33 years for WBR and WEA under the Warner Music Group umbrella.
29 years' experience in "high end" event videography & production with own high quality equipment, upgraded many times over the years. As well I shoot freelance for Pro industry production companies that cover events such as television awards shows, auto shows and CGI "gaming" industry press events, concerts, sports and others requiring live camera crews with a director. Large dollar, major venues, using "their" equipment.
I've spent over 40 years, out of specific unilateral interest, observing what creative and quality "parameters" are found in "highest impact" A/V programming, the kind that stops you in your tracks if you come across it, and is literally, for many in otherwise wide audiences ....... capable of "chills inducing" effect and locked eyes & ears attention when you find it. It is repeat watchable and is spread across all our A/V mediums. "Selectively".
Interests include Home Theater as well as what's listed below.
I have a special separate structure at my home with an 8.5' wide 16x9 aspect ratio screen and the best consumer projection equipment I can afford each year. This structure with a special architectural design to it visually for the front wall and screen area, completed finally in 2009, had the ground broken on construction also over 40 years ago. "Home Theater" was not even a "wink" in anyone's eye yet as a term for an entire industry. 50% special screen wall and interior concept and 50% highest impact A/V programming concept. Truthfully ahead of its time by decades as it was not possible to do what I wanted to do until high quality digital projection technology (that I could afford) became available 6-7 years ago at my size needs with 1080P and now in the public at much larger sizes with commercial 4K digital projection. I will have a 4K projector in my structure likely end of 2016. Sony 4K too expensive, so am waiting on JVC.
I am also an avid photographer and follower of all consumer and professional "still" and "motion" imaging technologies.