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Mihai Radu, MBA, MSc, CSC
Capital markets professional - 20 years of experience in Eastern Europe and North American markets; being lucky to be trained very early in my career by Merrill Lynch.
- Investment Manager of pension funds, private debt funds and hedge fund.
- Research/Investment analyst
- Equities trader
- Forex trader
- Commodities trader
I am a strong believer in long term cycles and I tend to be a Contrarian/Value type of Investor. My investment horizons, usually range from 3 to 6 months, but there are exceptions of as little as 1 month or as long as a year. The usual investment vehicles that I use are stocks, bonds, ETFs, currencies, REITs, both LONG and SHORT.
Some of my customers include: Citigroup, Morgan Stanley, JP Morgan, RBC, BNY, BMO, ABN Amro, Merrill Lynch and ING.
Average Annualized Return: 15.99% over the last 18 years (CAD).
invited as a guest speaker at several investment conferences.
I'm a poet, painter, ceramicist by inclination, an investor by necessity. I'm a student of the markets since the early 1970's. I'm left wing politically, believe we have a great president, who needs our support, but I have disdain for government spending, though I do support government INVESTING.
Our government should NEVER spend funds raised with debt. Easier said than done, apparently!
We should be building high speed railways and schools, educating our young, and creating incubators for new energy and information technologies, instead of chasing economic problems with spending programs.
I'm a monetarist, leaning towards the Austrian school. I believe the Federal Reserve Bank should be audited, and all conspirators in precious metal price suppression brought to trial.
On principle though, I only short or hedge my core positions enough to survive. My goal is to seek a modest but steady return by diligently hedging my positions. I do worry about the ability of our financial system to absorb the incredible runaway debt that it has generated over the past three decades, and do not believe that the boom underway in China will continue long enough to bail us out even if we were to begin a program of austerity.
Auto industry veteran of thirty five years and counting. Former Director with AutoNation, Executive Manager with GM and a retail auto dealer for over twenty five years, which included the Presidency of the World's largest Chevrolet dealership. Presently consult with the Gerson Lehrman Group as well as with 45 auto dealer clients with 81 Domestic, Volume Import and Luxury Import franchises in Metro NYC, Chicago and Southern California.
Josh Hendrickson is The Everyday Economist. He teaches Principles of Macroeconomics, Principles of Microeconomics, Intermediate Microeconomics, Money and Banking, and Introductory Econometrics at Wayne State University where he is also a Ph.D candidate.