Daniel Todd has long had a fascination with the cutting edge of technology. He spent several years as a hi-tech journalist. He was an Associate Editor for InformationWeek, reporting and editing stories on the database sector in particular. Later he joined New Media Magazine as a News Editor, specializing in multimedia technologies. Then he became the Multimedia Editor at Publish! Magazine before leaving journalism to enter the field of computer animation, where he worked as a Production Manager and Producer for more than a dozen years. He has worked on animation and video projects for Film, TV, Videogames, Live Events and Online distribution. He has recently returned to writing, focusing on the white-hot mobile technology sector in particular.
i am a software engineer, self taught stock trader, i've been trading for 4 years with mixed success. i began trading gold stocks because i found a friend that i trusted and learned how to trade from his sage advice.
i like to use my own TA to enter trades in the PM sector, choosing stocks that are advised from people i trust who've done the fundamentals on those companies.
i've been applying my own fundamental, technical and sentiment analysis to technology stocks with some pretty good success over the last year.
looking forward to sharing trading ideas.
Private investor. Love to follow: event driven investments, contrarian, small to mid-sized companies, disruptive game changers.
15 years of experience. I have a bachelor's degree in Business Administration, I have worked as a financial advisor, and maintain lots of experience in brokerage operations.
I am a 27 year old investor, with nearly 9 years of investing experience. I am an entrepreneur, currently the co-founder of Hair on Fire Project Manager and founder of Olim Dives. I have experience in energy markets and the financial sectors. I spent 7 years in the Engineering Construction business with Fluor corporation as a cost and project control analyst.
working full time and playing with some extra money during the breaks. The markets are a lot more interesting than the day job at this point. Dabbling in a little bit of everything: Banks, Oil, Pennies - you name it.