Elliott Gue knows energy. Since earning his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of London, Elliott has dedicated himself to learning the ins and outs of this dynamic sector, scouring trade magazines, attending industry conferences, touring facilities and meeting with management teams. For seven years, Elliott Gue shared his expertise and stock-picking abilities with individual investors through a highly regarded, energy-focused research publication. Elliott Gue’s knowledge of the sector and prescient investment calls prompted the official program of the 2008 G-8 Summit in Tokyo to call him “the world’s leading energy strategist.” He has also appeared on CNBC and Bloomberg TV and has been quoted in a number of major publications, including Barron’s, Forbes and the Washington Post. In October 2012, Elliott Gue launched the Energy & Income Advisor (www.EnergyandIncomeAdvisor.com), a semimonthly online newsletter that’s dedicated to uncovering the most profitable opportunities in the energy sector, from growth stocks to high-yielding utilities, royalty trusts and master limited partnerships. The masthead may have changed, but subscribers can expect the same in-depth analysis and rational assessments of investment opportunities in the energy sector.
“I started off being interested in [Engineering / Technical Field] back and thought I would do that for a few years. But after getting exposed to stock market I realized that I was much more interested in pursuing a carrier in investment profession because I want to make an impact and work in something much faster-paced. Currently Pursuing by MBA in Finance Analysis. CFA Level 2 Candidate.
I am a former fixed income specialist. I consider myself to be a convert from MPT to DGI. I plan to retire in the next three years and the closer I get to retirement, the more I embrace DGI. I embrace the theory of owning investments whose income grows over time so that I don’t have to cut down the “money tree" as I get older.
I am an investment professional focused on finding a sustainable path to earnings beats, preferably in beaten up compounders. I like investing in high quality companies, but my experience on the sell side taught me that it is hard to fight the power of a financial trend. Financial estimates, just like stock prices, are subject to human emotion. I believe big swings should be taken when Mr. Market and Mr. Estimate have created a compelling opportunity.