Eli Inkrot is a writer. Check out his website: thecurrencyoftime.com, his articles here on Seeking Alpha or his book - "You Don't Have A Money Problem" - on Amazon.com. Additionally, here is a quick bio: Eli has held the title of Vice President and Portfolio Manager at EDMP Inc. - a money management firm - along with Vice President for F.A.S.T. Graphs - a financial software company. Prior to that, he began his investment career as an analyst in private real estate for a public pension fund. During his time in real estate he was the lead for a variety of accounts with net asset values totaling nearly two billion dollars. Eli received a Master’s in Finance from the University of Tampa where he earned “highest honors” whilst receiving the distinction of being named the “most outstanding graduate student.” He also holds undergraduate degrees in both Economics and Business Administration from Otterbein University, graduating “magna cum laude” with distinct honors in each major. During his tenure at Otterbein, Eli was a member of the varsity golf team, held the departmental Senator position for Business, Economics and Accounting and studied abroad in the Netherlands.
I actively pursue passive investment income and passively pursue active self-employment income.
My interests in investing are entirely centered around creating and growing a source of income.
I enjoy spending time day trading and analyzing the market. I’m always looking for a good swing or day trade, but mostly I’m focused on finding stocks that will hit big and up-list from the OTC to the big boards. Basically, almost all of my portfolio is traded daily, especially considering I tend to look over multiple market segments for trades instead of spending all my time on one section. I’ve been analyzing and trading stocks for over 9 years now, and I have a strong understanding of trends, as well as the knowledge to make smart trades.
Founded "Just the Facts/Fax" investment advisory newsletter based on technical analysis back in the pre-internet days of $2000 fax machines. Stacks of Barron's, Wall Street Journal and Investor's Business Daily along my walls made excellent insulation. Invented a few common-sense indicators and was an occasional contributor to "Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities" magazine under my pen name, Anthony J. Macek. Took a few decades off to let the market catch up, and now enjoy reading the few authors who write with brevity and "get it," while trying to weed out those who write volumes apologizing for why they don't. Remember - money is only a way to keep score. Enjoy the hunt, the on-going quest for alpha. Cheers!