David was an equity research analyst, with a concentration on the transportation and beverage industries. He is a graduate of Tulane University’s A.B. Freeman School of Business where he received his Bachelor of Science in Management with a dual degree in Finance and Accounting. David actively covers companies in the Transports, Autos, and Beverage sectors. He is routinely invited to appear on business oriented television and radio shows including CNBC, Fox News, Fox Business News, the Business News Network of Canada, WCBS Radio, and the Wall Street Journal Radio. In addition, David has been quoted in major business publications such as the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Marketwatch, CNN Money, and Autoweek. Twitter: @DavidSilver07
I’m a Capital Management Engineer. I guide my clients in very efficient ways to make sure they preserve their money, and keep it growing. I get them from where they are to where they want to be. I help them to eliminate or minimize the 'detours' and 'curve balls' that life can throw at them. That way, we can take advantage of what the market gives us so we can maintain and grow our assets through the good times and not so good times.
"How do you do that?"
I use modern technology, data and my experience in the financial field to steer them in the right direction to make sure they reach their goals of wealth creation, preservation, and ultimate financial security -- now and for the rest of their God given life.
Robert Woronoff is a RIA in North Carolina. After a career in the newspaper publishing industry both as an employee and business owner, he recently got his RIA credentials and is working to create a business that allows him to pursue his life long hobby of investing. Mr. Woronoff has a B.S. degree from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a MBA degree from The Darden School at The University of Virginia.
David was an equity research analyst, with a concentration on the transportation and beverage industries. He is a graduate of Tulane University’s A.B. Freeman School of Business where he received his Bachelor of Science in Management with a dual degree in Finance and Accounting. David actively covers companies in the Transports, Autos, and Beverage sectors. He is routinely invited to appear on business oriented television and radio shows including CNBC, Fox News, Fox Business News, the Business News Network of Canada, WCBS Radio, and the Wall Street Journal Radio. In addition, David has been quoted in major business publications such as the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Marketwatch, CNN Money, and Autoweek.
Old guy on O2 waiting for God but in the mean time need to increase the kids inheritance. Best hopes Energy & healthcare-lord knows I'm putting plenty $ into Healthcare. Was a golfer,hunter,commercial fisherman,baseball catcher& sailor in USN
I am a physician and attorney (UChicago '88) who became interested in finance somewhat later in life. Prior to this, worked briefly for large (>700 atty) law firm. I very much appreciate the postings here-- the articles, commentary, etc --- that I utilize to think and study from on a host of topics that interest me. I am considering registering for an online MA in finance from a non-profit business school for the fun of it. Advice? Presently I am enrolled in challenging online investor education program that has been an enormous help in understanding the various markets --- but alas, I'm not someone who was introduced to this world at age 13 by my parents. Would appreciate comments anyone has about "must-read books" and other cues.
Just an average investor... primarily in American equity and bonds.
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I am an individual investor, who takes pride in analyzing companies in detail by combining qualitative analysis's with quantitative models.
To optimize my models, I read read everything I can about the company. This includes, annual- and quarterly reports, earnings call transcripts and general news.
When I am not analyzing or writing about stocks, I am studying for my MSc in Finance/Economics
I am a semi retired Petroleum/drilling Eng. I am Canadian. I have been oversees for several years, making my home wherever I spot my knapsack, mostly it has been in north Italia, hiking and skiing country. At the moment my home base in Kiev, Ukraina.
My goal is to live off growth from my few hard earned savings by investing in equities.
My objectives are:
I am an investor and CFO for over 35 years who focuses on dividend growth investing (DGI) for the long term, particularly for building retirement income.
In addition to financial data, I concern myself with the quality of management and the long-term macro perspectives of the companies and industries in which I invest.
I am the VP of Monetization at Harvest (www.hvst.com). My role here is to ensure that Harvest is maximizing its monetization opportunities while maintaining the highest level of experience for our users, and advertisers.
As a part of Business Development team at Consensus Analytics she advices hedge funds on operational estimates and detailed consensus data they can use in their company analysis to help them gauge street's expectations.
Prior to Olga's work in Consensus Analytics she was a part of investment research team at Virtua Research where she focused on channel checks of retailers, distributors, or competitors of public companies being evaluated by clients, typically long/short hedge funds for investment.
Olga received her Masters in Finance degree from Suffolk University (Boston, MA) and Bachelors degree in Business Administration with concentration in Finance from American University of Central Asia in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.