I am an investor, small business owner, and poker player currently living in Omaha, NE. I focus primarily on finding undervalued small-cap stocks worth ~$1-$5 billion while looking out for price disruptions and/or corporate events to generate value in large-caps.
Collin Moshman is a professional poker player with an honors degree in mathematics from the California Institute of Technology. He is the author of best-selling poker books Sit 'N Go Strategy and The Math of Holdem.
Collin invests in statistically undervalued microcaps, focusing particularly on the international markets. He looks for strong balance sheets, insider buying, and simple investment theses.
Check out my YouTube channel where I explain economics and have conversations with my viewers about where I see the investment landscape going in the future. The channel name is Alex Pitti.
I write a few articles per week which highlight my best ideas. I answer all comments on my articles in the first 2 days after they are published.
It seems that my readers enjoy my articles on social media companies such as Twitter, Facebook, and Google. I also do interviews such as when I interviewed the head scientists at SeaWorld.
I like to take the contrarian position on stocks. I tend to write about the stocks I own more often then the ones I don't take a position in. I usually own 5-10 stocks.
Follow me if you enjoy reading about any of these stocks or like to hear an original opinion backed by facts which cuts through the BS that sometimes exists in the mainstream financial press.
25+ years experience as an investor. Fundamental, bottom-up approach, research-driven focus; buy / sell; value-oriented; special situations; catalyst investor; expertise in distressed company / bankruptcy analysis.
I am a third year Finance Student at Beedie School of Business, Simon Fraser University. I have a passion for investments. Currently, I am working as a Teaching Assistant for Management Information Systems.
I am an independent investor focused primarily on long/short US equities across all sectors. Before deciding to exclusively invest my own money in 2011, I was a partner at a proprietary trading firm for 7 years. Prior to that I worked for 3 years at Morgan Stanley as a research analyst covering the Internet and Software sectors. I graduated from Princeton University with a degree from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public Policy and International Affairs.
Co-founder & CEO at http://www.seclive.com -- we make researching SEC filings easy!
Lou is a team-centric CEO with over two decades of entrepreneurial, corporate development, and operational leadership. Most recently, Lou was Co-founder & CEO of DreamBox Learning. Prior to that, he was President of UIEvolution. Both companies were acquired, and DreamBox received over 20 top consumer and industry awards before Lou was named a “Top 25 Innovator” by Seattle Magazine in 2009.
More about me here: http://www.lougray.com/bio.html