Progenitor of PC virtualization (now a multi-billion dollar cloud-related industry), serial startup entrepreneur, trend-caster and visionary at the intersection of biz & tech (http://www.trendcaller.com), contributor for SeekingAlpha and VentureBeat, author of the book "The Crowdfunding Revolution | Social Networking Meets Venture Financing", founding team member in a microprocessor startup, author and lead for two Open Source projects, public speaker, prolific idea creator, author of multiple patents, and news and business book junkie. I have a degree in computer science and started my career at MIT Lincoln Laboratory in space-based radar and satellite communication. I'll also be giving a keynote at the Smeal College of Business (Penn State U) conference this Fall 2010, related to Impact through Networks.
Here are a couple of my original ideas:
Small Cap Tech
Rediff (REDF): Recommended buy at less than $2 in August 2010. Within 1.5 months of my recommendation it touched $6. It is currently trading at $9.39.
Demand Media (DMD): Recommended Shorting at $16 in April 2011. Stock is at $7.51 now.
Anixter recommended at $40 on july 15,2010. Gave 50% plus return in 6 months.
Terex recommended at $22 on sept 20, 2010 and Gave 70% return in next 4 months.
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James Levy is an international investment advisor with over twenty-five years of experience both as a Senior Vice President in Merrill Lynch International Private Bank and the founder of Clearwater Private Investment, a boutique investment consulting firm. James is also Senior Advisor for Business Development of the Luxembourg-based Synthesis Sicav-Sif, the investment managers of Europe’s first regulated Peer-to-Peer Lending Fund, as well as a speaker and writer on Alternative Finance and Market-based Lending. James is a strong advocate for the urgent need for Investment Advisors to embrace alternative finance and market lending for the benefit of their clients, who now face the daunting challenge of saving for retirement in a near-zero interest rate world.
I manage my own investments and trade primarily equities and options. I primarily practice a fundamental analysis strategy but also follow technical trends as a guide as well as macro, and sector based trends. I favor investing in energy, technology and healthcare and other high growth areas.
A long time high tech guy who made a move to help create a wireless railroad technology startup in 2003, which sold in 2009 to a big European manufacturer with U.S. ambitions (Damn the Germans and their long investment horizons! Don't they know what a quarter is?). I then was running a small M2M company, at the intersection of mobile and the Internet of Things, which we sold to NMRX. I now work for a late stage venture backed IoT company, and do a little angel investing. I do like to post well reasoned and sometimes obnoxious comments on Seeking Alpha under my pseudonym. The picture is satirist Jonathan Swift.
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Jaime Jankelevich, Licenciate in Biochemistry; Biochemist; DPL Finance.
President and Founder of Etika Consultores in 1988, Company dedicated to Consultancy to the Pharmaceutical Industry in Latin America.
I was born in Santiago, Chile, March19th, 1949. I am married and we have two sons.
My career started as a researcher in Biochemistry at the University of Chile to later move into the pharmaceutical industry as Marketing Manager of a major company in Chile. After 8 years in the industry, I left to I establish Etika Consultores.
My interest in technology led me to develop a software specialized in market analysis of the Pharma Industry. It's currently distributed all along Latin America and in Spain.
I play golf, practice skiing and love music (classical, jazz, opera) and reading non fiction
David Datny is Director of App Partnerships at Seeking Alpha. David is responsible for helping bring on new Application Partners for Seeking Alpha's Investing App Store. He's been with Seeking Alpha already since 2008.
Prior to joining Seeking Alpha, David worked as a analyst at a Hedge Fund a well as PartSearch Technologies, a late stage startup in NYC. He also has extensive Business Development and consulting experience working with various startups.