Dr. Howard Richman (mailto:email@example.com) is one of three generations of a family of economists. Howard co-authors the Trade and Taxes blog (http://www.idealtaxes.com/) and co-authored the 2008 book, Trading Away Our Future, published by Ideal Taxes Association (http://www.idealtaxes.com/). He is a frequent contributor to the American Thinker.
Frank Zene is a private equity fund manager specializing in M&A and real estate. He holds a BA from Wesleyan University in economics, an Msc in Industry Management from Cambridge University and completed the post graduate program in Technology Management at Harvard University.
Sixty-year-old male with a background and career in criminal justice system in psychology and social work. Enjoy studying philosophy and especially epistemology. First invested n gold mining in 1984. Currently following the the metals and oil markets.
Interested in technology and financial markets. Undergrad in engineering, MS in Comp Sci and an MBA in finance. Building tools for individual investors to make more informed decisions about the stocks and mutual funds they choose.
Identify businesses that have long-term sustainable growth opportunities and are trading at a good value.
I am a nimble trader\investor who has been investing all the way from 2000.
I can buy a stock then turnaround and sell the next day or hold it for a year, so holding period varies based on my conviction.
I follow Contrarian Investing with deep value buying as my basis to buy stocks.
LEGAL & STRATEGIC FINANCE EXECUTIVE and INVESTOR
Finance & Legal Strategy: I define and resolves business issues using analytical tools and business methodology within the context of business law and regulations, thereby creating comprehensive financial, legal and legislative solutions. I have been an active investor for over about 30 years, ultimately handling macro analysis for family money.
Askins Capital Consulting - Savannah, GA / Justin W. Askins, Esq. PA - Naples, FL (1996-Present)
Transactional Counsel and Business Mentoring.
An avid investor since the age of 17, Joshua Norman is currently a graduate student at Bentley University's McCallum Graduate School of Business and is a Graduate Department Assistant with Bentley's Hughey Center for Financial Services. Joshua has a fresh perspective and a passion for making money. He has a track record of identifying value stocks that outperform the market.
A retired banker/financial analyst/softwareEngineer. Have been investing privately for many years... Been shifting to stocks paying dividends for the past couple of years. Have won some and lost some, but must say, dividend stocks have been very good.