An editor at Casey Research (http://www.caseyresearch.com/), Doug Hornig’s work can be read in "BIG GOLD" a monthly newsletter which focuses on mid- to large-cap gold stocks; "What We Now Know" – a free bi-weekly e-letter covering trends in investments, geopolitics, the economy, health and technology; and "The Daily Resource" an economy and investment column on KitcoCasey.com (http://www.kitcocasey.com/). A former Edgar Award nominee, finalist for the Virginia Prize in both fiction and poetry, and a past winner of the Virginia Governor's Screenwriting competition, Doug lives on 30 mountainous acres in a county that just got its first stop light. He is an admitted political junkie, but hates all political parties. Doug has authored ten books and has written articles for Business Week, Playboy and more.
I am currently a Director of ThrillCapital, we operate several Crowdfunding platforms for Sports & Entertainment. It's an exciting time to be involved in the nascent sector that is Crowdfunding and with a niche proposition, driven chiefly by something people are passionate about, we are offering something a little bit different. As the industry evolves, and legislation in different jurisdictions takes shape, we aim to capitalise on an excellent opportunity.
Oscar San Emeterio Nateras was born on May 14th, 1986 in Morelia Mexico. He is the second born child of Sonia Nateras Gomez. He grew up in Mexico until the age 14 with his 2 sisters and mother. In the year 2000 he moved to California, USA with his family. Despite socioeconomic, financial problems, and constantly having to move he manage to graduate high school in the year 2004 and complete his requirements for college.
He graduated from the University of California, Davis with dual Bachelor’s degrees in physics and biomedical engineering, and with a minor in Contemporary Leadership. Consequently, he attended the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio to continue his career in Medical Physics in Fall 2009.
In the year 2011 he received Palmaz Research Salary & Stipend Award. He has interest in radiation therapy physics and in diagnostic imaging technology such as MRI. As well as the business aspects of Biomedical technologies and investments.
In 2013 he graduated from the M.S. in Medical Physics program and join the UTSA/UTHSCSA Biomedical Engineering PhD program.
My opinon is base on general knowledge and intuition with some basic logic since I am not an expert in finance. Nonetheless, I am taking some classes in finance and will try to contribute and share important concepts for the stocks that interest me.
James Levy is an international investment advisor with over twenty-five years of experience both as a Senior Vice President in Merrill Lynch International Private Bank and the founder of Clearwater Private Investment, a boutique investment consulting firm. James is also Senior Advisor for Business Development of the Luxembourg-based Synthesis Sicav-Sif, the investment managers of Europe’s first regulated Peer-to-Peer Lending Fund, as well as a speaker and writer on Alternative Finance and Market-based Lending. James is a strong advocate for the urgent need for Investment Advisors to embrace alternative finance and market lending for the benefit of their clients, who now face the daunting challenge of saving for retirement in a near-zero interest rate world.
Electrical engineer who discovered a passion for stock investing. Interested in value investing, particularly event driven value investing opportunities. Also interested in growth stocks with moats and long runways, as well as, shorting stocks of companies based on fundamentals, business model, and quality of the management.
Disclaimer: Please perform your own due diligence and consult your investment advisor before taking a position. No information published by this author should be considered as a formal investment recommendation.
WideMoat Capital is a consulting firm in Guadalajara, Mexico focused on supporting small and medium-sized companies with their capital raising needs, finding strategic partners, developing and improving their business models, and evaluating investment opportunities.
I have thirty four years experience investing as an individual, as an adviser to trustees of a son's Guardianship Trust, as co-trustee of a Special Needs Trust, as sole trustee of a supplemental needs trust for my sister, and previously assisting parents to manage a substantial portfolio. In viewing investments I use a blended approach of fundamental analysis, technical analysis, hedging and incorporating an economic perspective. I have a BS in Economics and a BA with a major in Chemistry, both from the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. I spent most of my career as an industrial process systems engineer and recently several years as a part-time mortgage banker.
I am currently thirty years old (2012), and have been contributing to my companies 403b plan for nearly seven years. I became actively interested in the markets and trading/investing on my own a few years ago, and have spent quite a bit of time reading, learning, and working on a sound strategy. My goals are to create an after tax investing account to both supplement my current retirement contribution plan, as well as generate wealth that can be used at anytime, rather than having to wait until I reach the age of 60.
Financial architect for almost 20 years. From the Pacific Stock Exchange as a floor broker to electronic HFT equity / option markets to advising. Specialties include micro market structure, equity, options, OMS, buy side sell side, SEC compliance, and most financial instruments including private equity markets.
I'm the CTO and VP R&D of Seeking Alpha.
I'm responsible for ensuring the successful execution of Seeking Alpha's business mission through development and deployment of the company's web and mobile presence.
I started my career as a web developer, and prior to joining Seeking Alpha I was the CTO of Walla! - Israel's largest web portal. I'm married to Yael and I have two wonderful boys.
I am 64 and I am an active Trader in the Equity and Option markets. I bought my first shares of stock (4 shares of VMC) at age 10. I have and continue to use a combination of both Fundamental and Technical analysis. I specialize with Pivot Points & Technical Analysis Crossovers.
Amine Bouchentouf is the Best-Selling Author of "Commodities For Dummies" and a globally recognized expert covering the commodities markets. He has been analyzing energy, metals and agricultural markets for about a decade and has an established track record in the industry. In 2006, Amine recommended to his readers and investors going long gold when it was trading at around $500 per troy ounce. In 2008, Amine reiterated buying gold as a safe haven against global market dislocations; traders who followed his advice generated almost 400% returns on this one trade alone.
Amine is the author of COMMODITIES FOR DUMMIES, the best-selling book published by John Wiley & Sons. In the book Amine analyzes crude oil, gold, natural gas, coal, platinum and other major commodities; the book is used as a primer by many individuals entering the markets, and also as a refresher course by seasoned traders. According to Dr. James Newsome, former chairman of the NYMEX, it's "a handy and comprehensive guide which experienced market participants will find useful and newcomers to the marketplace will find indispensable".
Amine is also a founder and partner of COMMODITIES INVESTORS LLC, an advisory firm dedicated to providing insightful information and analysis on all things commodities. Amine's investment philosophy is centered around value investing and fundamental analysis, and seeks to generate returns by identifying undervalued assets with clear growth catalysts. He covers energy, metals and agricultural commodities.
Amine graduated with a degree in Economics from Middlebury College and is fluent in Arabic, English, French and Portuguese. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org and you can also follow him on twitter.com/commodityINVST.
An editor at Casey Research (http://www.caseyresearch.com/), Doug Hornig’s work can be read in "BIG GOLD" a monthly newsletter which focuses on mid- to large-cap gold stocks; "What We Now Know" – a free bi-weekly e-letter covering trends in investments, geopolitics, the economy, health and technology; and "The Daily Resource" an economy and investment column on KitcoCasey.com (http://www.kitcocasey.com/).
A former Edgar Award nominee, finalist for the Virginia Prize in both fiction and poetry, and a past winner of the Virginia Governor's Screenwriting competition, Doug lives on 30 mountainous acres in a county that just got its first stop light. He is an admitted political junkie, but hates all political parties.
Doug has authored ten books and has written articles for Business Week, Playboy and more.