Michael Comeau is a writer based in Brooklyn, NY. Michael spent 2004 through 2008 at TheStreet.com, starting out as a member of Jim Cramer's research team. Before long, he became a featured columnist across the company's network of sites, and managed a highly-successful investment newsletter service. Prior to TheStreet.com, Michael worked as a Consultant to Toyota Motor North America, specializing in analysis of the U.S. auto industry and emerging automotive technologies. His primary market interest is consumer electronics, and he has been quoted by the Wall Street Journal, NY Times, CNN Money, MacDailyNews, and GamePro, among many others. In his spare time, he enjoys photography, cooking, and exploring his new neighborhood of Sunset Park.
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Tom Lydon is editor and publisher of ETF Trends, a website with daily news and commentary about the fast-changing trends in the exchange traded fund (ETF) industry. Mr. Lydon is also CEO of Global Trends Investments, an investment advisory firm specializing in the creation of customized portfolios for high-net worth individuals. He has been involved in money management for more than 25 years. Mr. Lydon serves on the Board of Directors for U.S. Global Investors, Inc. and Guggenheim Investments. In early 2010, Mr. Lydon helped create the CNBC Model ETF Portfolios. Mr. Lydon is the author of The ETF Trend Following Playbook, as well as iMoney: Profitable Exchange-Traded Fund Strategies for Every Investor. He is Co-Founder of Virtual Summits, educational virtual events for financial advisors.
Visit his site: ETF Trends (http://www.etftrends.com/)
The ETF Virtual Summit is the largest exchange traded fund (ETF) investment conference in the world. ETF Trends and RIA Database host this complimentary, interactive conference that exists completely online. The virtual showroom features keynote speakers, panel webinars, an exhibitor hall, a networking lounge and hot topic forums. Designed exclusively for Financial Advisors, this conference allows you to interact with experts in the ETF industry in a unique, virtual environment, avoiding the hassles and costs of traveling. Details on the conference, including agenda, past attendee statistics and sponsor information can be found at www.ETFVirtual.com.
The Alts Virtual Summit is the leading Alternative Investment conference for financial advisors. ETF Trends and RIA Database host this complimentary, interactive conference that exists completely online. The virtual showroom features keynote speakers, panel webinars, an exhibitor hall, a networking lounge and hot topic forums. Designed exclusively for Financial Advisors, this conference allows you to interact with experts in the Alternative Investment industry in a unique, virtual environment, avoiding the hassles and costs of traveling. Details on the conference, including agenda, past attendee statistics and sponsor information can be found at www.AltsVirtual.com.
Bruce has joined a start-up computer games company twice in his career — first Imagine, then Codemasters — in the senior marketing role and helped each to become the best-selling publisher in the UK in its first year of trading.
He also set up the All Formats Computer Fairs, which he ran for nearly 20 years and over 1,000 events around the UK and through many very prosperous years until their function was largely replaced by the internet.
You can read about him in the early days (http://zxgoldenyears.net/everiss.html), and there’s also something about his role in the pre-history of the games industry in the Wikipedia entry on Liverpool Software Gazette (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liverpool_Software_Gazette).
You can also see his LinkedIn profile (http://www.linkedin.com/in/bruceeveriss), and he is available for consulting (http://www.bruceongames.com/services/).
I'm the Director of Research at Wonder. Come check it out (askwonder.com)
Previously, I worked for Seeking Alpha from 2008-2015. During that time, I was involved in building out the PRO and Marketplace subscription platforms, and also spent time writing 'Wall Street Breakfast' and writing for the Breaking News team.
Before joining Seeking Alpha, I co-founded a (short-lived) start-up for crowd-sourced angel investing and worked in the private banking division of a boutique bank. I've got an M.Sc. in applied economics from Georgia Southern University, and a B.A. in economics from Brandeis University.
My husband and I live in Israel with our two children.
Kara Swisher is Co-Executive Editor of All Things Digital (http://allthingsd.com). She started covering digital issues for The Wall Street Journal's San Francisco bureau in 1997. Her column BoomTown originally appeared on the front page of the Marketplace section and also online at WSJ.com.
Previously, Ms. Swisher covered breaking news about the Web's major players and Internet policy issues and also wrote feature articles on technology for the paper. She has also written a weekly column for the Personal Journal on home gadget issues called Home Economics. With Walt Mossberg, she currently co-produces and co-hosts D: All Things Digital (http://allthingsd.com/d/), a major high-tech conference with interviewees such as Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and many other leading players in the tech and media industries. The gathering is considered one of the leading conferences focused on the convergence of tech and media industries. Previously, Ms. Swisher worked as a reporter at the Washington Post.
She is also the author of "aol.com: How Steve Case Beat Bill Gates, Nailed the Netheads and Made Millions in the War for the Web," published by Times Business Books in July 1998. The sequel, "There Must Be a Pony in Here Somewhere: The AOL Time Warner Debacle and the Quest for a Digital Future," was published in the fall of 2003 by Crown Business Books. She is a graduate of Georgetown University and the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.
Andrew Horowitz is a Certified Financial Planner. He is the President and Founder of Horowitz & Company (http://www.horowitzandcompany.com), a Registered Investment Advisor. Mr. Horowitz has been managing money and writing about investments since the late 1980's. He has taken his principles of financial and investment management to create targeted investment disciplines. His proprietary models provide a comprehensive methodology for establishing specific investment ideas. The combination of high technology with hands-on expertise helps his clients create the kind of plan needed in today's complex financial world. He has written a book also titled The Disciplined Investor which is scheduled to be released in bookstores throughout North America in May of 2007. Blog author, Podcast Host, Writer and Investment Advisor are the hats he wears daily.
Visit his site: The Disciplined Investor (http://www.thedisciplinedinvestor.com/blog/)
Listen to TDI's podcasts (http://www.thedisciplinedinvestor.com/blog/category/podcasts/)
Andrew Corn is the Chief Investment Officer of E5A Funds LLC, a firm specializing in alternative investments. E5A is best known for its global investment process.
Until June 2010 Corn was Executive Vice President and Chief Investment Officer - Equities of the Beacon Trust Company. Mr. Corn ran the firm’s equity investment team managing three long only strategies and in 2008/9 a long/short fund. He also served on the firm’s senior management team.
Mr. Corn was also responsible for Beacon Indexes which publishes three indexes tracked by ETFs.
Prior to joining Beacon Trust Company, Corn was the founder and Chief Investment Officer of Clear Asset Management. He developed the vision and premise of the firm's investment process, multifactor models, and trading strategy. Corn was named Emerging Manager of the Year for Equities in 2007 by Opal Financial Group and “Portfolio Manager of the Month” of March 2007 in Investor’s Business Daily. During this time he also founded Clear Indexes LLC which developed custom indexes for packaged products such as ETFs and custom institutional benchmarks. He has participated in bell ringing for seven ETFs. Mr. Corn also established a popular index and portfolio design contest with 14 leading Universities. Both firms were sold to Beacon Trust in 2008.
Until May 2004, he was SVP of TheStreet.com and SVP of its institutional broker-dealer subsidiary, Independent Research Group.
Previously, he was Executive Vice President of Citigate, Inc. From 1989 until 2000, he was the Chief Executive Officer of Admaster Communications, a specialty financial communications firm, and MasterApproach, an investment industry focused consultant and software developer. Both were sold in 2001 to Citigate. As CEO, Mr. Corn consulted on product development and marketing for institutional money managers, mutual funds, hedge funds, investment banks, pension consultants, and brokerages. He also wrote and/or designed and produced hundreds of analyst presentations, IPO road shows and M&A announcements. Through this process he worked with CEOs, CFOs, research analysts, venture capitalists, investment bankers across sectors and market caps and gained his initial perspective on analyzing public companies. He also co-founded and sold a magazine publishing firm as well as a custom applications and web solutions firm.
Mr. Corn is a former board member of Junior Achievement of NY and Jacobs Pillow Dance Festival. He is a frequent speaker at conferences and universities and guest in the financial media.
The views expressed on this blog are his own and not reviewed by any outside entity.
Visit his blog: at http://e5afundsllc.wordpress.com
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Seth Gilbert is the founder and editor of Metue.com (http://www.Metue.com/), a business blog and website focused on the convergence of media, entertainment and technology. From music, to movies, from gaming, to publishing, the site covers the affairs of private and public companies. It’s a survey of things just starting and things winding down, a look at significant transactions and events that could have an impact tomorrow. Metue is as much about connecting the dots as it is about reporting them. Prior to starting Metue, Seth held senior business development, strategy and product marketing roles for Silicon Valley start-ups and in the Venture Capital industry. In addition to Metue, Seth provides strategy and business development consulting services. He can be contacted through the pages on Metue.com (http://www.Metue.com/).
Steve Birenberg is founder and President of Northlake Capital Management, LLC. Northlake specializes in managing portfolios for high net worth individuals using a unique strategy combining monthly ETF rotation based on major market themes supplemented by carefully selected media and telecom stocks. Steve has been managing money since 1982 and following media and telecom since 1990. For the past five years, Steve has been a contributor to RealMoney.com, the professional service of theStreet.com, where he provides commentary on media and telecom stocks. Steve is author of "Dow of Steve" for subscribers of SNL Kagan. Dow of Steve provides commentary on media and communications news from a Wall Street perspective. Steve earned his CFA in 1986 and taught at the Study Seminar for Financial Analyst from 1986 through 1992. Steve grew up in Rochester, NY and graduated from Miami of Ohio in 1982 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.
Michael Comeau is a writer based in Brooklyn, NY.
Michael spent 2004 through 2008 at TheStreet.com, starting out as a member of Jim Cramer's research team. Before long, he became a featured columnist across the company's network of sites, and managed a highly-successful investment newsletter service.
Prior to TheStreet.com, Michael worked as a Consultant to Toyota Motor North America, specializing in analysis of the U.S. auto industry and emerging automotive technologies.
His primary market interest is consumer electronics, and he has been quoted by the Wall Street Journal, NY Times, CNN Money, MacDailyNews, and GamePro, among many others.
In his spare time, he enjoys photography, cooking, and exploring his new neighborhood of Sunset Park.