Cleantechblog.com (http://www.cleantechblog.com/) provides commentary on news, technologies and issues relating to next generation energy and the environment. Neal Dikeman, Cleantechlog's founder, is a partner at Jane Capital Partners, a San Francisco based merchant bank focused on cleantech, energy & environmental technologies. He has interests in businesses in fuel cells, superconductors and software, and his clients range from startups to major oil companies. Visit his site: Cleantech Blog (http://www.cleantechblog.com/)
I try to carefully trade weekly & monthly stock options with expertise in mining companies & traditional manufacturers. Speak & write fluent Portuguese and speak good Spanish. Resided twice in Brazil and once on Guam Island. Employed at the same large foreign-owned Distribution Center the past 15 years & completely 100% Pro-NAFTA. Smart individual investing is the preferred solution to improving one's economic future, as opposed to vast & vague government handouts. Seeking Alpha is the #1 best financial blog because of honest opinions & superb organization.
Received undergraduate degrees in Finance and Economics, and MBAs in Business Management and Telecommunications Management. Enjoyed 25 years in the telecommunications industry. Retired in 2008 to become a full-time investor.
I am a retired elementary school teacher teaching all subjects in grades 3-6. I am a graduate of Grand Valley State University. I completed my M.A. at Michigan State University. I started Investing in 1960 with the help of my father who was an accountant. Currently, I manage my mom's account, four of my accounts, my two children's accounts, and I advise some friends.
great2powers.com is following the daily news of renewable energy development in China. The posts are based on my translation without using any machine translation program. Whether it's full article translation or a simple translation excerpt, my blog will be strictly in line with the original source.
VineSecurityJournal provides original research and content covering physical security, wireless and wired networking, and alternative energy (Greenvestor). Our research is based on financial fundamentals, plus a solid understanding of the underlying business, market, technology, competition and product development process. The journal was founded by Mitch Vine, Professional Engineer, product developer and long time investor.
Mitch Vine has been actively investing for 30 years. He has held executive positions in product development and marketing for companies like IBM Corporation, Telus Mobility and Motorola plus he's helped several startups to analyse technology investments, markets, regulation and competition.
Mitch is a graduate of the University of Western Ontario Engineering and MBA programs. He can be reached at mitchvine@securitynr.
Private investor in various companies in the renewable and alternative energy sectors. I stay away from richly valued companies in the solar and lithium-ion battery sectors, and look for companies with compelling advantages and higher leverage such as American Superconductor (AMSC), Maxwell Technologies (MXWL), Cree (CREE), Active Power (ACPW), Westport Innovations (WPRT) and Energy Recovery (ERII).
35 year "community banker"..."jack of all trades"...ops...systems...retail...lending...compliance...executive and board committees. No "specialty"...but very aware of financial services big picture and intricacies...experience in $14M to $60B asset range. Investment experience a missing piece...but working on it. Mobile Internet...Cloud...Energy (NATGAS-Grids-Battery)...Financial services - Regional/Community...any disruptive company themes. Now Biotech.
Cleantechblog.com (http://www.cleantechblog.com/) provides commentary on news, technologies and issues relating to next generation energy and the environment. Neal Dikeman, Cleantechlog's founder, is a partner at Jane Capital Partners, a San Francisco based merchant bank focused on cleantech, energy & environmental technologies. He has interests in businesses in fuel cells, superconductors and software, and his clients range from startups to major oil companies.
Visit his site: Cleantech Blog (http://www.cleantechblog.com/)
John Addison is the publisher of the Clean Fleet Report (http://www.cleanfleetreport.com), which covers electric cars, hybrids, plug-in hybrids, renewable energy, smart grid, and related cleantech. John Addison has invested in cleantech stocks for over twenty years. He is a popular speaker in the Americas, Europe, and Asia. He has presented at conferences sponsored by Association of Strategic Alliance Professions, American Marketing Association, Fuel Cell Magazine, General Electric, IBM Asia, Sun Microsystems Europe, Program Management Institute, and the Product Development and Management Association. His speeches, panel participation, and media coverage take him to a number of conferences each year covering vehicles, cleantech, smart grids, renewable energy, and climate change.
Individual investor with the goal to maximize personal returns with controlled risks. Strategy includes investing in up-rising industry following long-term economy trend, betting on value stock with deep discount, utilizing simple threshold to trade short term waves (no day trade though), as well as leveraging option to maximize return and reduce risks.