I received my MBA with a focus in Finance and I also hold a MSc in Electrical Engineering. I started my career in the semiconductor industry and I now pursue other ventures. I started investing in late 2007 and have particularly focused on the tech industry which I am familiar with. I am now following topics in the SSD/Storage space as well as Networking appliances.
Ashraf Eassa is a technology specialist with The Motley Fool. He writes mostly about technology stocks, but is especially interested in anything related to chips -- the semiconductor kind, that is.
Constantine does research and trading in IT and biotech stocks. Constantine has been living in Silicon Valley for the last 12 years. He is a successful enterpeneur currently working on his next startup company. Before that Constantine founded and a federal government-accredited cryptography and security lab, was a early member of a successful startup acquired by a large IT company, and was an early member of Sun Java Virtual Machine Team. Constantine was a researcher at Stanford University with Bob Laughlin, 1998 Nobel Prize Winner in Physics, studying biophysics and quantum physics at nano scale He also was Directors Fellow at Los Alamos National Lab, studying biophysics. Constantine received Ph.D. in Physics Summa Cum Laude in Physics and Math from Max Planck Institute, Germany. His research in quantum and nonlinear systems was awarded Otto Hahn Medal of Max Planck Society, as well as George Soros Foundation Fellowship. Constantine also took graduate courses towards MS in Computer Science degree at Stanford University, with GPA 4.3 out of 4.0. He also audited extensive number of Molecular Biology Courses at Stanford University and University of California Berkeley.