Daniel Irvin is the Managing Partner of Infrastructure Capital LLC, which manages a proprietary portfolio comprised of infrastructure-related assets including municipal securities. He has 30 years experience as an investment banker structuring, underwriting, marketing and trading municipal bonds; as CEO of an energy development company; and as an investor in infrastructure-related debt and equity.
Sophisticated Investor with emphasis on munis. BA+Masters in Economics. 20 years on the Street at various bulge bracket firms (roughly 10 years as Analyst and 10 as Executive). Closely follow Latin American economies and politics, near fluent in Spanish. All the opinions expressed are my own which I do not receive any form of compensation for. I am not selling anything and I do not do social media.
-I am an RIA located in NYC and have over 30 years of experience in the investment business from both the dealer and investor side of markets.
- I have developed an any asset class yield style using high yield municipal bonds, closed end funds, master limited partnerships, dividend stocks, and REITs.
-My focus in this style for clients is to obtain high cash flow after tax with an attractive risk profile.
- For retirement portfolios my investment style is less focused on income except where client preferences would dictate high cash flow. -In retirement accounts I usually invest in ETFs as my core style.
- A big focus of my investments in both cases is managing risk to match client's risk appetite and ability to take risk
Individual investor focused upon a limited number of diversified stocks. Seeks stocks selling below fair value; favors dividend growth. Advocates fundamental investment analysis, supplemented by the technical charts. Options strategies primarily employed to generate additional income or hedge risk.
I spent eight years at Bank of America in New York (1978-86) covering Wall Street, then moved to Moody's Investors Service where I worked for 22 years, covering banks, sovereigns and corporates. I chaired the Credit Policy Committee for four years. I retired in 2007 as vice chairman.
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My philosophy: I am a libertarian, a market monetarist, an admirer of Fisher, Friedman and Minsky. I believe in a strong safety net and strict regulation of the financial system. I support most of Dodd-Frank. I think that the world's #1 problem today is inadequate inflation and nominal growth. I believe that the Fed should have two mandates: financial stability, and a nominal output target. I follow Scott Sumner and the other market monetarists. I respect Krugman as a brilliant economist who happens to be a leftist.
In addition to publishing at Seeking Alpha, I have my own financial blog at http://capitalismandfredom.blogspot.com