Dr. Bill Conerly connects the dots between the economy and business decisions. He has the unique combination of a Ph.D. in economics from Duke University and over 30 years’ experience helping companies adapt to changing economic conditions. He has worked in economics and corporate planning at two Fortune 500 corporations and at a major bank, where he was senior vice president. He has earned the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation. Companies have used Dr. Conerly’s expertise to help with decisions regarding capital expenditures, inventory levels, expansion into new markets, pricing, business models and financial structure. Dr. Conerly is an on-line contributor to Forbes.com and the author of The Flexible Stance: Thriving in a Boom/Bust Economy (2016) as well as Businomics (2007). He had been interviewed on the News Hour with Jim Lehrer, CNN and CNBC. He has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, Fortune Magazine, and USA Today.
Ted Waller is a private investor who bought his first stock at age 13 (GTE) and has over 50 years of investing experience. His focus is on deep value and low risk. Acquiring wealth is a slow incremental process that requires setting goals, adherence to principles, patience, and flexibility.
I have been doing stocks for a period of two years now, and try to view the stock market from multiple angles. Recently I am testing out a way to invest in stock, which i called playing Short term (weekly) on a long term stock. Typically I'm choosing stocks that have long term valve and constantly buying and selling that stock on it way to a long term increase. I believe this method is effective and will increase my profit margin on a long term stock while reducing my risk at the same time.
Stocks I am certainly invested in: ISR, MNGA, CUR, LSG, & INTC.
Future Plan other than investing: I want to start posting video summaries on the stock outlook of companies. I believe this will provide a more interactive platform to present data to an investor and should be enjoyable to do.
Private Investor--49 years in the market.
Former Professor of Economics & Finance and owner of an economic consulting firm.
Manage funds pro-bono for a non-profit and friends.
Occasionally arbitrating labor/mangement and financial disputes, and taking an occasional economic consulting case.