Christopher Grey is a trader, investor, and co-founder of CapLinked (www.caplinked.com), an online, secure, private collaboration platform that helps investors, entrepreneurs, and advisors manage deals, due diligence, closings, and portfolio investments in private companies and ventures. Chris was a senior executive and managing partner in private equity, finance, and banking for 15 years and directly involved in the origination and management of billions of dollars of debt and equity investments in various industries. He founded two companies, Crestridge Investments, a private equity firm that made debt and equity investments in micro cap and middle market companies, and Third Wave Partners, which made debt and equity ...More investments in distressed situations, and was managing director of Emigrant Bank, the largest privately owned bank in the country. Chris is a founder of Stanford Professionals in Real Estate and a columnist for TheStreet.com.
My name is Payman Winborn. Upon graduation from college in 1999 I founded a company that distributed computer hardware. Although this was a profitable business, I did not want to focus all my resources on one avenue of success, so I looked to diversify my interests. I explored real estate and finance as possible alternative businesses and discovered an interest and passion in futures trading. This is what I ultimately choose as a second source of income.
Initially, I imagined that day trading would be the ideal profession: no customers or staff, no inventory or rent and the possibility of unlimited income. And, more importantly, it presented me with the opportunity to work anywhere....from the privacy of my home or from the balcony of a hotel room overlooking the Pacific Ocean.
Unfortunately, I knew little about the pitfalls of day trading for a living. To begin with, I spent countless hours reading books, studying charts and conducting research in an effort to become a profitable trader. Six years later, and after the loss of several hundred thousand dollars, my efforts finally resulted in the development of a highly profitable strategy.
This strategy is primarily based on technical analysis and was developed for ES E-Mini S&P 500 Futures contracts from CME Group but it also works in many other financial instruments such as Stocks (NYSE), Bonds, Currencies(Forex Spot), Commodities (Gold and Crude Oil From CME GROUP,Globex,NYMEX, CBOT,Brent Crud Oil From ICE Global Markets), Options, Global Indices and CFD’s with similar high accuracy.
In retrospect, I understand that the biggest barrier to my success was the fact that I tried to learn everything by myself. An experienced mentor could have helped me avoid that painful learning experience....and saved me a significant amount of money as well as many years of frustration.
Today I am an active, and profitable, trader. As a token of appreciation for my success, I now share my tools and experience with other day traders. I believe that my knowledge and skill can help others become successful traders and, in the summer of 2010, I began to publish my realtime market signals and daily results online in order to demonstrate the accuracy of my trading strategy.
Interested in technology and financial markets. Undergrad in engineering, MS in Comp Sci and an MBA in finance. Building tools for individual investors to make more informed decisions about the stocks and mutual funds they choose.
Identify businesses that have long-term sustainable growth opportunities and are trading at a good value.
Most recently Rosecast.com has earned notorious status for forecasting the most accurate intraday-timing signals for professional traders and fund managers from the screens of New York to the pits of Chicago and around the world, from Hong Kong to London and Singapore. Investor signals for the S&P 500 and Gold are tracked by Timer Digest. Rosecast.com has been ranked the number 1 stock market timer by Timer Digest between October 11, 2007 (all time high S&P 500) and October 11, 2008 (first strong low of the financial crisis). Additionally Rosecast has been ranked # 1 Gold Market Timer of 2008 and # 8 Stock Market Timer of the year 2010 and # 2 Stock Market Timer of the year 2004 by Timer Digest!.
Markus Rose, Sun in Libra, Chinese sign Monkey, graduated from one of Europe's leading business schools, the Vienna University of Economics and Business, with a Masters Degree (Magister) in Finance and Management - among the top 15% of his semester.
His Master Thesis about Mortgage-Backed Securities was awarded as "one of the best of the university" by a committee of professors.
Markus completed his academic education by taking MBA classes in Finance at the Anderson School of Management and by taking senior classes in differential equations at the Department of Mathematics at the University of California, Los Angeles.
Former International Program Manager who has built factories and distribution centers around the world. Former small marketing company CEO. Now retired and an investor.
Life long learner with a passionate interest in business and investments.
My name is Andrew Jarmon and I'm a consultant in Los Angeles. I am a long term investor that waits for very specific opportunities to arise for the 3+ year timeframe. I also really enjoy trying to spot bubbles and market inefficiencies.
Questions or comments? E-mail me at: email@example.com
I’m a swing trader of momentum stocks with a holding period of anywhere from a few hours to a few months. I run a number of screens to locate the strongest/weakest stocks out there, using technical analysis to determine my entries and exits. Trying to calculate the intrinsic value of stocks in my opinion is out of date and there is wisdom in crowds.I've developed a market timing system that determines when it's best to be long, short or on the sidelines, using a number of proprietary indicators based on many time frames. I believe that to have longevity in this field one must find ways to calm the mind and trade from a detached point of view. Emotionless trading will allow you to respond to what's going on right now in the markets, rather than reacting to daily fluctuations.View my personal blog http://zentrader.ca/
Retired individual investor of 20 years living in S. Florida who enjoys responsibility for self and yachting. The latter requiring by definition substantial investment. Previous day trader, but now trade both short term and long term in self designed portfolios.
I'm a retiree but have been trading stocks for 13 years. I do swing trades on growth stocks, buy beaten down value plays for longer term investments, but stay mostly in cash unless the Vix goes above 30. In addition to stocks, I do invest in precious metals and commodities. Relative to stocks, I do evaluate quarterly reports and earnings growth, but am aware of chart patterns. I've come to think that one should really try to play corrections as a basic strategy -- versus getting rolled over by them.