Steve Reinstadtler is a Managing General Partner at SR Capital Advisors, a New York-based private equity firm. The principals at SR Capital have been responsible for over $400 million in private equity investments and have consistently generated top quartile returns. In the course of conducting research and due diligence for private equity investments, we occasionally uncover interesting investment ideas in the public markets. Seeking Alpha is the forum we use to share our ideas with friends and colleagues. Mr. Reinstadtler holds a B.A. in Economics from the University of Michigan and an MBA from the Sloan School of Management at MIT.
Gopal Gantayat is the President of The Free Investors ("TFI"), an independent registered investment advisor in New Jersey, and the Portfolio Manager for our flagship Mosaic Portfolio, a long-term, total-return-focused equity portfolio.
Gopal received an MBA from NYU Stern School of Business with specialization in Finance, Accounting and Management. He also holds a bachelor’s degree in Electronics Engineering and a Post Graduate Diploma in Management with specialization in Finance. In the 13 years of his professional career before he founded TFI, Gopal played numerous management and analyst roles in technology departments of financial service firms.
At TFI, we approach investing in stocks with the mindset of a long-term business owner, not as a trader. Before investing in a company, we do a thorough, bottoms-up analysis of the company. When we buy the stock of a company, our intention is to hold it for years and decades to come unless there is a significant change in the future business prospect of the company.
I am a Financial Analyst and maintain my own Site http://www.everythingaboutinvestment.com where i put the articles regarding investment so that it can help each and everyone around the globe to get an detail insight into Investing and Investment.
Investing in physical gold and silver. Frequently trading in commodity ETFs, equities, and options. Investment strategies based more on fundamentals and common sense rather than charts and technicals. Firmly in the "I don't know" camp about many of the outcomes of future geopolitical events that will drive the markets. Try to avoid trades around speculating on the "unknowns" while making best prediction about future outcomes. Rarely trade options with expiration dates less than a year away. Will sell about any stock that gains 15% or more or loses 5%. Strong on AAPL as a growth stock. Like CLWR and S for speculation. Have been short on both AMZN and CRM (not now, but will be again soon). I try to stay 50% cash except for specific exceptions. Always looking for a good sound fundamentally based idea.
Robert Woronoff is a RIA in North Carolina. After a career in the newspaper publishing industry both as an employee and business owner, he recently got his RIA credentials and is working to create a business that allows him to pursue his life long hobby of investing. Mr. Woronoff has a B.S. degree from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a MBA degree from The Darden School at The University of Virginia.
I HAVE Been INVESTING IN STOCKS FOR 40 YEARS. "STILL DON'T KNOW ANYTHING" , but I keep trying.
luckly for me there are a lot of smart guys out there, with great ideas for me to copy
Just a "run of the mill" position trader who looks to buy "out of favor" value stocks and sell them when I think they are near full value. Not using this forum to publish my long or short ideas, just reading the articles to get trading ideas.
Kind of getting sick of the short-siders with obvious agendas who publish "half truths."
I advise small funds on public and private market transactions, as well as managing a PE fund. My focus is on long-term wealth creation and protection. I have not advised on any of the mentioned companies over the past 3 months.
"Lunatic" or "visionary" Tech entrepreneur with philanthropic anchor completing a journey to create a new kind of successful company (one that is inclusive, collaborative, ethical, unbelievably profitable and almost impossible to resist). After 15 years elapsed, most sane people would have given up... but we have discovered "fire for cooking" where to date, food has been eaten raw and bloody.