As a seasoned real estate broker and registered mortgage advisor, I enjoy helping people buy, sell, and finance San Diego real estate, while delivering uncensored take on trends behind the headlines. I stand fiercely committed to separating commission from advice and believe this value is the number one reason I am succeeding today, even as we transcend unprecedented industry-wide challenges. My articles, blog, and website are designed to provide advice, opinion, and outlook that are easy to read, content rich, and fun to revisit. My goal is to help folks obtain clarity and confidence when making real estate related decisions, and to use this platform as a stimulus to generate long-term relationships.
I'm currently a resident Psychiatrist in Houston, Tx. I previously worked as an analyst in Dallas. I keep an eye on value, macro, and special situations. I read a ton of investment books, and I really like value approaches like those of Ben Graham, Joel Greenblatt, Warren Buffett, and others. I also like growth stocks, and I use a bit of a Peter Lynch style of GARP. I like to combine macro and value when I can.
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I wrote a book called DISCIPLINE. I am a father, a financial analyst, an economist, a programmer, and a privacy and security specialist. I am curious about everything.
Moon Kil Woong is currently a VP at a SME. Previously he was a tech stock consultant, VP of Research at ING, and sell side Director at Crédit Agricole Indosuez. Moon Kil Woong has a Masters in Public Administration from SJSU.
Marvin R. Clark is the Managing Principal of Monsoon Wealth Management (MWM). Monsoon offers affluent individuals and business owners’ wealth management, economic, and market advice throughout America.
Based in Scottsdale, Arizona, Monsoon’s major task is employing a macroeconomic top-down research and analysis approach to formulate a relative value investment thesis across debt, equity, and commodity asset classes. We provide an actionable roadmap during this extraordinary period as geo-political and economic change accelerates.
Prior to opening Monsoon Wealth Management in 2007, Marvin spent 10 years in the capital markets, fixed income division, of Charles Schwab & Co. Before Schwab, he spent 15 years on Wall Street with The Pilgrim Group, Bank of America, and Morgan Stanley.
Marvin is the publisher/author of the Fixed Income Daily, a financial blog dedicated to providing essays and video clips from various analysts, money managers and officials, shedding light on the economy and markets.
He is a contributing author with over 9,800 captive subscribers to the premier award-winning stock market opinion and analysis - Seeking Alpha and a contributing columnist for the Dubai-based, bi-lingual, Alorrya.com.
Marvin is a popular featured and keynote speaker throughout the southwest and a recent guest faculty member for A.T. Kearney with Institute for Supply Management’s The Center for Strategic Supply Leadership CSSL forum.
His unique interpretation of macroeconomic data and smooth writing style has been a reference source online for many financial newsletters including Yahoo Finance, Reuters, MarketWatch, Blogrunner, istockanalyst, The New York Times, Real Clear Markets, Kiplinger’s, and many, many others.
I am the Chairman and Co-CEO of Veritas Financial Partners, a leading financial services firm providing senior secured loans to middle market businesses and comprehensive credit management services to banks and other financial institutions.
Prior to founding Veritas, I was the President of First Capital and the President and CEO of Siemens First Capital. Both companies were global commercial lenders.
I was also a Managing Director at Westwood Capital (where I was a founding partner). Westwood was an investment bank that specializes in meeting the needs of the financial services companies both in North America as well as Asia.
Before working at Westwood Capital, I held senior positions with Oppenheimer & Co., Inc. (where I worked in the Financial Institutions Group and the Fixed Income Capital Market Group and served as CFO for a NYSE listed closed-end mutual fund) and Prudential-Bache Securities, Inc. I am a lawyer and practiced law at Stroock & Stroock & Lavan and was also an accountant with Coopers & Lybrand.
I have been a regular guest commentator on FOX Business Network and have also regularly appeared on CNBC, Bloomberg TV, BNN and CNN as well as written for numerous publications and been widely quoted in the media. I also hosted my own weekly regionally syndicated radio show.
I am the founder and director of three companies: Euro Pacific Capital (www.europac.net), a full service, registered broker-dealer and RIA which specializes in foreign securities; Euro Pacific Precious Metals (www.europacmetals.com), a gold & silver coin and bullion dealer; and Euro Pacific Asset Management (www.europacificfunds.com), a fund management company that is building a family of mutual funds based on my economic philosophy.
I am most well-known for accurately and publicly predicting the collapse of the housing and credit markets, the subprime crisis, and the increasing price of gold relative to the US dollar, resulting in the viral YouTube video "Peter Schiff Was Right."
I fly around the country and the world speaking to diverse groups, from academic conferences to Tea Party rallies. I have also appeared regularly on cable news stations since the mid-2000s trying to warn people of the impending economic collapse brought on by destructive fiscal and economic policy in Washington.
To that end, I published my first book, "Crash Proof: How to Profit from the Coming Economic Collapse," in early 2007, predicting the 2008 economic crisis while the mainstream commentators were saying it was impossible. Then, at the height of the crisis, I released "The Little Book of Bull Moves in Bear Markets," in which I showed readers how to help protect their finances in turbulent times. I've written updated versions of both Crash Proof and The Little Book since then, talking about how my predictions fared and why the worst of the crash is still ahead of us. I also wrote a book with my brother based on a popular comic book my dad wrote in the '70s. "How an Economy Grows and Why It Crashes" is an illustrated fable that starts with three guys on an island and uses allegory to explain exactly how we got into our current mess.
In the 2010 election season, I ran for the US Senate seat of retiring Senator Chris Dodd in my home state of Connecticut in order to bring attention to the mounting problems in this country. While I did not win the seat, my message of fiscal and monetary sanity was brought to a new audience of voters and political leaders.
I've had a regular video blog on YouTube since 2009, called The Schiff Report (www.youtube.com/user/SchiffReport) and, after giving up my long-running Wall Street Unspun podcast, I am now the host of a nightly radio show called The Peter Schiff Show (www.schiffradio.com).
As a seasoned real estate broker and registered mortgage advisor, I enjoy helping people buy, sell, and finance San Diego real estate, while delivering uncensored take on trends behind the headlines.
I stand fiercely committed to separating commission from advice and believe this value is the number one reason I am succeeding today, even as we transcend unprecedented industry-wide challenges.
My articles, blog, and website are designed to provide advice, opinion, and outlook that are easy to read, content rich, and fun to revisit.
My goal is to help folks obtain clarity and confidence when making real estate related decisions, and to use this platform as a stimulus to generate long-term relationships.