The One Eyed Guide (http://www.oneeyedguide.com) is Bob Small who: solo traveled to 25 countries by age 21, has a degree in Economics, an MBA from Columbia University in Marketing and Finance, has been a brand manager, was a licensed stock and options broker during the 87 crash, ran a $450 million dollar business, and raised $8 million for charity. The One Eyed Guide tries to identify the economic theory that best fits the facts behind critical events and market movements (or at least the best current thinking) so that trends can be better forecast. The name "One Eyed Guide" recognizes the fact that any economic forecast cannot "see" all factors. It's derived from Robert Heinlein's saying in the novel Puppet Masters: "In the land of the blind, the one eyed man is in for a hell of a rough ride."
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I believe that our economic situation is vastly misunderstood. The future adverse consequences of this misunderstanding can not be understated. It is for this reason that I write about our economic condition, with a focus toward (economic) Sustainable Prosperity and the future economic condition of the United States.
As for my background: I have investment experience dating back to 1988. This includes advanced knowledge and experience in equities, options, futures, futures options, forex, and economic research. Much of what is written in this site is a corollary to the analytical and modeling work I do, and have done, concerning the financial markets.
I also have corporate experience. This includes Finance, Pricing, Strategy, Business Analysis and Business Planning; and various aspects of Marketing Management.
My education includes an MBA from University of Chicago and an Undergraduate Degree (B.S.) in Business from Indiana University.
Prior publishing credits include Barron’s, Director’s Monthly, and a contributor to the book “The Art of M&A Integration.”
Software Developer/Manager for 10 years and IT Investment/Risk Consultant for 25 years.
Successful private investor for 30+ years. Investment approach is value, hedging, risk management, and diversification across classes, countries, and trimeframes.
I am a full time investor that focuses on value, dividend investing and growth at reasonable prices.
I have studied economics and try to follow Buffett's admonition that is is "far better to buy a wonderful company at a fair price than a fair company at a wonderful price".
American equity trader for 30 + years . Management / Economics graduate Clemson University. I have worked in large corporations and small business from established companies to startups. An ardent believer in the principles of our Founding Fathers and their trust in free markets and free enterprise and their belief that the best government is the least government.
Charterred Accountant in Canada
Was a professional in the investment business in Canada in corporate finance, as a security analyst, as a stockbroker, founded a short term, technical analysis based trading fund and ran it for 5 years, retired in 1994.
Played golf until arthritis ended my ability to play
In 2011 resumed my trading system, is now a work in progress.
Am presently trading ETF's, stocks and options, go long, short and hedge