http://www.linkedin.com/pub/ryan-yates-cfa/1/500/577. I trade all kinds of situations, but love to get as many factors on my side as possible for a trade, including others possibly being out of position or incorrectly interpreting a situation, favorable macro drivers, favorably shifting fundamentals, and being able to hold winning trades longer than others seem capable of doing. At this point in my short financial career, I've already developed a lot of confidence in my trading process.
The goal as everyone knows, is to buy good stocks at a discount and sell-short overvalued stocks when they are at a premium. I have a background in business and deal with internal models, analysis, sales pitches and ad information daily. In my downtime, I am enthusiastic about the markets highs, lows and volatility. I believe in real lags between market and business reactions, with the former often in advance of the latter, and vice versa. I look to call manic enthusiasm with a distinct opportunity to go short. A change in sentiment is all it takes. I research fundamentals while scavenging for value.
I am currently an individual investor with focus on event-driven trading and long-short opportunities. I graduated Emory University in 2009 and am also a finance Phd dropout from UCLA Anderson. I could be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ivy League grad, summa cum laude, 4.0 in Economics, Columbia J.D., 20+ years experience identifying early trends and themes b4 the Wall St herd. In search of undervalued, underfollowed, explosive growth opportunities, principally in, but not limited to, the biotech sector.