Edward is a macro economist, who specializes in growth and productivity theory, demographic processes and their impact on macro performance, and the underlying dynamics of migration flows. Edward is based in Barcelona, and is currently engaged in research into the impact of aging, longevity, fertility and migration on economic growth. He is also working on a book which has the working title: Population, The Ultimate Non-renewable Resource? He is a regular contributor to a number of economics weblogs, including India Economy Blog, A Fistful of Euros, Global Economy Matters and Demography Matters. He was, in fact, a founding member of all these weblogs. Edward follows in detail the Indian, Italian, Spanish, German and Japanese economies. He also has a more than a passing interest in the economies of Turkey and Brazil and in the emerging economies of Eastern Europe. Visit Edward's sites: Edward Hugh Too (http://edwardhughtoo.blogspot.com/) Global Economy Does Matter (http://globaleconomydoesmatter.blogspot.com/index.html) Demography Matters (http://demographymatters.blogspot.com/)
Steven H. Goldman is a commercial litigation lawyer and senior partner in the Toronto law firm of Goldman Hine LLP. He is a former member of the board of directors of Tribute Pharmaceuticals Inc., a Canadian public pharmaceutical company which recently merged with Pozen Pharmaceuticals on February 5, 2016, and is now known as Aralez Pharmaceuticals (Nasdaq: ARLZ). He is currently on the board of directors of both Select Sands Corp. (TSX.V: SNS.V) as well as Comstock Metals Ltd. (TSX.V: CSL.V) which both trade on the TSX Venture exchange.
Charterred Accountant in Canada
Was a professional in the investment business in Canada in corporate finance, as a security analyst, as a stockbroker, founded a short term, technical analysis based trading fund and ran it for 5 years, retired in 1994.
Played golf until arthritis ended my ability to play
In 2011 resumed my trading system, is now a work in progress.
Am presently trading ETF's, stocks and options, go long, short and hedge
A full time trader based in Australia.
I trade special situations - bad and good news, demergers and failed acquisitions, project stages, cap raises etc. I use these events to choose entries and exits, and to read "the mind" of the market.
Doesn't always work!
A weekly blog - Technical Analysis with an emphasis on the futures markets to measure pressures on the equities markets. Started as a salesman for Paine Webber in the 1970s, then Merrill Lynch in the 1980s; later PM for a small investment firm in Hong Kong. Now trading family funds full time.