Harlan Levy was an attorney at the Federal Communications Commission's Cable Television Bureau before becoming a reporter at WGTR-AM in the Boston area. He then worked as a TV news reporter at WXEX-TV Richmond, VA., WCIX-TV Miami, FL (winning an Emmy), and WVIT-TV, West Hartford, CT. He was co-owner Levy-Horsfield Video Productions from 1990-1993. He was a reporter and Managing Editor for The Commercial Record (banking & real estate weekly newspaper, S. Windsor, CT) from 1993-1997, and a business reporter and columnist for the Journal Inquirer from 1997-present. Levy has several awards from the Connecticut Society of Professional Journalists, including first place for business stories in 2008. Levy is also a freelance reporter, with business stories appearing in The New York Times, starting in 2001. He has an A.B. from Princeton University and a J.D. from New York University School of Law, and he is a member of the Connecticut Bar and the Washington D.C. Bar.
Managed $4 billion in interest rates and currency derivatives. Editor of "The Peter Dag Portfolio" since 1977. Published "Profiting in Bull or Bear Markets" for McGraw-Hill Professional series. Available in Mandarin in Asia. Former professor of business cycles applied to management and investment decision making in several universities and colleges. Avid sailor. Passionate skier.and jogger. Former tennis champion.
I am an individual investor a few years from retirement, an engineer and have an MBA. I worked overseas the majority of the past 10 years working overseas and filled most of my travel and spare time reading about investing, finance, economics and forecasting. I vary my asset allocation according to the business cycle.