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/)
Since I'm 16 years old I'm interested in the stock market and the markets around it. Now I'm 21 years old and study international Management and want to improve my skills and understandings of the markets.
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.