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Retired attorney (semi-retired when helping old clients, probate, etc.) Full-time investor. "Former has been", condensing the ego 10 pages ( have had probably 8 professions- aerospace systems engineer, lawyer, professor, state representative, district attorney, lobbyist, legislative draftor, land developer) and the following I use on Facebbok:
Attorney at Law · Littleton, Colorado
Practiced law since 1973 after receiving Juris Doctor from University of Denver, elected State Representative for 3 terms - from central Lakewood, elected District Attorney for 6 years - for Jefferson and Gilpin Counties (over 1/2 million people), elected a Life Member of the Uniform Law Commission, taught real estate law and business law at three colleges and taught American Business Law at Lazarski University in Warsaw Poland in October 2011 for the Center for International Legal Studies. Lobbyist for over 12 years. Praticed systems engineering at General Electric Missile and Space and Martin Marrietta (both now part of Lockheed-Martin) from 1967-1973 after graduating with two B.S.E. engineering degrees from University of Michigan (Aerospace and Science) and a Masters of Engineering from Penn State Univsersity
Usually, I try to trade the stocks' of the companies, whose products I understand. Most of them are technology related.
Sometimes, I trade the stocks which I believe has a momentum, and has a possibility of appreciation if it reaches a certain technical level.
I believe stock market is not the best place to invest your money, and it is not for everyone. I try to trade responsibly, and sometimes take a little risk to spice up my portfolio.
I write about emerging and frontier markets in Asia. I now primarily contribute work to Forbes Asia. My most recent work and my complete bio can be found on Forbes Asia's site:
If it is easier, you can find my recent work sorted by country on this Seeking Alpha blog:
You can follow me on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/FrontierWriter
You can find me on Linked In here (I accept 98% of connection requests): http://www.linkedin.com/pub/jon-springer/42/b15/844
I would like to thank Seeking Alpha's editorial staff for giving me a start in this profession. In particular I would like to thank George Moriarty and Eli Hoffman.
I will contribute still to Seeking Alpha from time to time as the opportunity presents itself.
The picture is a young man pole-vaulting a bull in Pamplona, Spain, as part of the festivities around the annual running of the bulls. "Play with the bull, avoid the horns."
My firm counsels investor relations departments of public companies around the world on how to use web technologies to communicate with investors, analysts and investment bloggers. Our research and guidelines have been cited and referenced by industry associations, academics and consultants around the world. I have been quoted by many financial publications on the topic of investor-centric online investor relations communications, including Bloomberg, The Wall Street Journal, Investor Relations Magazine, Real IR, NIRI’s IR Update; CFO magazine, Investor Relations Business, Investor Relations Newsletter, Corporate Governance Advisor, The Globe and Mail Report on Business, Financial Executive, and the National Post.
If you have any input to share on how companies can improve their online IR practices, please share them via SA mail.