Joseph has been an analyst, investor, and student of economic theory; money and banking; and statistical methods for evaluating and implementing risk/reward trading algorithms since 1972. Joseph is also an occasional contributor to financial publications and his essays are frequently cited by other financial websites and publications. Since the end of the Great Recession, Joseph came to recognize that traditional methodologies for forecasting economic growth and investment asset pricing are no longer of value, and a broader understanding of the post Glass Steagall, financially engineered world that has driven markets and economies since the turn of the century is required today. He has a good grasp of Shadow Banking, High Frequency Trading, and Dark Pools, and their impact on today’s markets. He has also spent considerable time understanding the new global paradigm of central bank involvement in experimental policy designed to better control economies. Joseph doesn’t subscribe to a specific school of theory on economics. Rather, his thinking is based on a combination of the Classical School, the Austrian School, and the Keynesian School. He even sees the writings of Karl Marx as particularly instructive. Joseph is particularly fond of the following quote from Albert Einstein and sees his own work as driven by that same passionate curiosity that Einstein refers to: “I have no special talents. I am only passionately curious.” Coming in a close second in terms of favorite quotes that express his views, Joseph embraces Lord Acton’s views expressed here: “The danger is not that a particular class is unfit to govern. Every class is unfit to govern."
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Trading over 12 years, with an emphasis in small cap biotech. Passionate about science and cooking.
"Win or lose, everybody gets what they want out of the market. Some people seem to like to lose, so they win by losing money."
☀I am dealing in Stock Market since 1992.
☀My Mom Dad are in Stock Market since 1972 & are very much active till today
☀Dealing with Indian Stock Market & Nasdaq
☀I also deal in crude, gold & silver.
☀I am an Investor , & Trader.
☀I Follow major companies in bseindia.com or nseindia.com
☀My Passion for my MomDad, God & stock market, keeps me alive from 9:00 AM IST till 2:00AM IST.
☀I Charge Flat $300/year for my research with stock market.
☀I was following Nasdaq very closely since last 2 years..
☀I also deal with Nasdaq stocks.
☀I don't have any CFP licence
☀I have learned the Art of Stock Market Trading from My Mom Dad & Almighty God.
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Sam Niazi, PE, CEM REA.
30 year Investor. Advanced degrees and education in business and engineering.
A blogger on political economy. Writes articles internationally on issues of global economics, industrial development, and international relations
Semi-retired mechanical designer who has followed the markets since the mid-sixties. Made about $300.00 on my first trade, probably equal to about $2100.00 today - and was hooked. Any trading was/is part-time and not related to my work. Moved to New Hampshire in the late sixties, and continued "position trading" small and mid-caps - still do today, just less frequently.