Mr. Hart has over twenty years of capital markets experience. Mr. Hart’s experience has centered upon small-cap technology companies with markets caps between $50mm - $1B. Mr. Hart previously led HCI investment strategies in direct placements (PIPEs, Registered Directs and Reverse Mergers) from the beginning of 2006 thru April 2011. For all of 2003 – 2005, Mr. Hart was with Siar Capital, a small-cap opportunistic family fund that appreciated assets from $50mm to $200mm in three years through performance and no additional provided capital. Highlighted investments at Siar Capital included the sale of PracticeWorks (PRWK) to Eastman Kodak (EK) for $400mm in cash and the restructuring of TurboChef Technologies (OVEN) at a $25mm valuation. OVEN had been awarded a market cap of $500mm+ in the subsequent years and was eventually sold to Middleby (MIDD) for $100mm in 2008. Previously, Mr. Hart worked as an Analyst and Business Development at Cross Border Exchange, SG Cowen, Commonwealth Associates and Balestra Capital. Mr. Hart received his MBA from New York University’s Stern School of Business, concentrating on Finance. He holds a BA from University of Michigan.
SkyTides focuses on deep due diligence research of over-hyped stocks, outright stock frauds and public company individuals of questionable character. We use financial analytics, market research, expert opinions, accounting review, litigation review and other investigative methods, to make our case.
I am a wedding planner living in the Vancouver B.C. area who became environmentally aware as a result of the oil spill in the Gulf Region. I believe the world must end its dependency on oil and I look for investments that are home runs in solar, clean tech, wind energy and technology.
We at SinoValues unabashedly believe that Asian markets for decades to come shall be a place of great wealth generation for those willing to participate.
We primarily invest in American listed Chinese securities. While we dedicate part of our portfolio to swing trading, our long-term growth consists of small & mid cap, emerging stocks- mainly Chinese mining, retail, and internet.
Companies that have potential for double-digit growth, dividend payments, and a discount to intrinsic value are the long-term focus.
We mainly use technical and fundamental analysis for our short term trades.
When we are not looking for the next best Chinese growth story, life is enjoyed through traveling, golf, board games, antiquing, and enjoying time with friends.
Daniel Moore is the creator of FinancialRelativity.com, a web portal created for the purpose of tracking the status of financial markets and providing investment analysis and portfolio management insights to investors. Based on the systematic investment research, he writes about the market and publishes his views through internet market publications. He has over 25 years of management experience in corporate finance in a variety of high technology start-ups and public companies. A graduate of Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business in 1988, he has spent the last 10 years managing investment portfolios seeking high risk reward returns for fixed income investors.
Business Executive, Lawyer and Consultant now focused on domestic and international gaming/gambling, online and traditional models. Background and experience in marketing, manufacturing, world class CRM, e-commerce, outsourcing, contracts and online legal issues.
Retired Risk Arb who went back to OTC Marketmaking roots and traded Bankruptcies, liquidations, Litigation stubs, convertible preferreds, warrants and reorgs.
35 years was enough for me but I still love connecting with good people with great ideas.
I am the President of TFST Publishing which is a Stock Advisory Service . We publish The Focused Stock Trader an online newsletter www.thefocusedstocktradercom
I have been a stock broker, investment banker, and CEO of 2 micro-cap companies ( see LinkedIn). At the present time I am focused on my newsletter which ended 2013 with 85 profitable trades out of 95 recommendations, for an annualized return of 265%. The Focused Stock Trader recommended the purchase of 49 stocks in 2013. The 49 stocks that were recommended had an average high 64% above The Focused Stock Trader’s recommendation price. The top ten trades all had a high at least 90% above The Focused Stock Trader’s recommendation price. OVERALL THE TOP TEN RECOMMENDATIONS HIGH PRICE HAD AN AVERAGE RETURN OF 170% ABOVE THE FOCUSED STOCK TRADER’S INITIAL RECOMMENDATION PRICE.
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