Professionally, I have done a bit of everything in my long life, from playing rock and roll, to developing software, and running a successful entrepreneurial business. But I am best known as a writer of bestselling books about business and health. I write under a pseudonym here on Seeking Alpha because that way I know readers will evaluate my work strictly on the basis of what I actually said rather than who I am.
The Voice, The Sultan of Swoon, Ol' Blue Eyes, The Chairman of the Board. Founder of the Jack Daniels Country Club, the Rat Pack and many more. Ladies man and man's man at the same time. Ladies want to be with me, and men want to be me. I've sang a few songs and starred in a couple of movies. Life has been good. It is what you make it, so make it great.
I am a student of Applied Mathematics working as an independent financial analyst. I hold a BS degree in Mathematics and Economics and would be starting my Master's leading to PhD in 2016.
Although I am primarily interested in designing and implementing complex models that allow financial firms to price and trade securities, I also have a lively interest in value investing.
Daniel G. Jennings is a professional freelance writer, longtime blogger, and recovering journalist with nearly 20 years of writing experience. He has written hundreds of articles and blog posts for clients all over the world, many articles on stocks and financial topics for Motley Fool and Seeking Alpha, and other forms of copy for many different websites. Off the web, Jennings has an MBA and a BA in history; he has also worked for newspapers in four states and in the accounting department of an S&P 500 corporation. He is currently the owner and operator of the Car Insurance Samurai, Market Madhouse, and Make Cash from Books blogs.