Fund manager Eddy Elfenbein writes Crossing Wall Street (http://www.crossingwallstreet.com/). He comments on a range of stocks (many of which he owns) and market trends. His work is funny, pithy, rigorous and original. Eddy's philosophy: 'The key to doing well on Wall Street is actually very simple: Buy and hold shares of outstanding companies. But too many investors never learn this valuable lesson. Or if they do learn it, they learn it the hard way. That's where I come in. I want to help investors avoid the mistakes that separate successful investors from those who always find themselves spinning their wheels.' Visit: Crossing Wall Street (http://www.crossingwallstreet.com/)
I work as the CIO & Managing Partner at BlackVault Investments, LP. I currently oversee an aggregate investment portfolio that employs an event driven value strategy that includes multiple event driven investments built around a relative alpha value portfolio. I am involved in investor due diligence, asset allocation, and investment strategy implementation. I also am involved in developing business strategy and management
Semi-retired aerospace engineer and project manager working part-time as a consulting engineer. Have been investing in the stock market over 40 years. Use both the fundamental and technical approach, in conjunction with options for hedging and money-streams.