Stanley J G Crouch is CIO and Senior Managing Director at Aegis Capital Corp in NYC. He also is CEO of EXP Wealth Enhancement, LLC, an affiliate of Aegis. He began his career in 1983 and has served in a number of senior positions in the financial services industry. He has been responsible for over $5 billion of debt, mezzanine and preferred equity transactions as both public offerings and private placements. A nationally recognized speaker, he regularly appears in media such as, CNBC, FOX BN, CBS, Bloomberg News and has been interviewed an quoted in numerous publications like Reuters, Bloomberg, Dow Jones, Institutional Investor among others. He has co-created a proprietary income-centric investment platform encompassing all facets of income investing and centered on "off-the-run" client solutions. Serving HNW, UHNW, Endowments, Organizations and Family Offices, he helps steward client assets in custody in Aegis accounts. ***The opinions expressed by Mr Crouch are strictly his own and do not necessarily reflect those of Aegis Capital Corp, EXP Wealth Enhancement, LLC, or their affiliates. Nothing expressed constitutes an solicitation to buy or an offer to sell any particular investment or investment program. Any investment involves risk and may result in a loss of principal. Investors should carefully consider their own circumstances before making any investment or embarking on any investment program.***
I'm a radiologist by trade, but the goal is to leverage that medical knowledge as a competitive advantage in the markets. I aim to include all of the following in my analyses to ensure high quality: 1) quantitative estimates; 2) new information or inferences that are not already disseminated throughout the market; and 3) hypotheses that are testable, i.e. can be proved right or wrong. I have a serious allergy to question marks and will never, ever include one in an article title.
My dream is to co-found a biotech and bring a cure from the lab to the bedside. In the meantime, saving lives in clinical practice is a perfectly acceptable alternative.
Please note that all opinions I express on this website reflect my personal beliefs only and are completely independent of my current or past employers and/or affiliated institutions.
Self directed investor. I run my own investments via an online brokerage account and have been building retirement savings for many years at a brokerage house. Focused on investing carefully with an eye to total return (including return of principal) and proper asset allocation based on input from the writings of the many knowledgable writers on SA. Pimarily investing in non-taxable retirement accounts and always looking for both value (low PE/G ratio) and how to avoid or offset undue risks. That said, I am open to GARP, Dividend Growth, International, and contrarian investment approaches. Working towards a more concentrated portfolio over time to enhance returns. Some day I may write on SA.
I AM A NUMBER DUMMY!!
A term I use for the general public MIDDLE CLASS. We are the financially uneducated, unexposed to the stock market and financial investments. Most of us don't even know what the fiscal cliff is. One woman thought it was 70 ft. tall! WOW!
I for one, think we should start teaching our kids financial responsibilities in schools, at an early age. How about a REAL education for once.
Why we need classes like home eck is beyond me. Cooking & sewing?? Read the box & microwave it! I for one support a small tax on investment income to support financial education in public schools. Could help save America.
I'm coming to the game late, so I'm quite aggressive towards growth.
My thoughts on the fiscal cliff?? Shove ur scare tactics where the sun don't shine!!
As for investing, I shoot from the hip. I go with my gut. Common sense goes along way. I don't buy hype. EPS what? What ticker is that?
HISTORY; 20 yrs. prototype machinist. 12 yrs. construction labor, management, owner.
Current; Investments & gardening (yes, profitable..gardening that is ;)
RE attorney retired. Now receive more interest income than dividends. Began investing in 1970s with RE, bonds and preferred stocks; shifting to dividend stocks in 2010, 11 & 12. No mutual funds. No longer use options. Average 1 hours/day researching (reading SA) where ever I am unless market is active ... then more. Enjoy other hobbies more than investing, but personal management is critical. I am envious of all you young DGIers because of the opportunities out there and your ability to access them via the internet, and evaluate them via your computers. Ever do a spreadsheet in pencil?
Trained in Computer Engineering, and is a CFA charterholder. I have spent a decade working on embedded software for networking equipment, and another decade in private banking services.
I am interested in topics related to strategic and tactical asset allocation for advising portfolios of the HNW/UHNW size.
As a small business owner who also dabs in the stock market in the capacity of a small, independent, part-time retail trader, HighRev is the pseudonym I chose to use when I began participating in the financial blogsphere in 2009. It's an abbreviation for High Revolutions, as in automobiles: I wanted to constantly remind myself of the "high rev" emotionality of financial markets in an effort to avoid all the "redline" pitfalls that await us in this business. Currently, my principal aim is to continue reminding myself, and hopefully, as a byproduct, extend a helping hand to others like me.
You can normally find me on my blog: HighRevsOpenHouse.blogspot.com
As Head of Behavioral Finance at Palantir Colin is a thought leader in understanding, developing and solving strategic financial issues. He has researched and written reports for international financial development organisations and Fortune 100 companies, and was part of the research committee for the banking and insurance initiatives Basel II and Solvency II. At the AXA Group, he was responsible for designing, developing, writing and rolling out instructions for financial product control testing and reported to the steering committee of the management board. He was previously chief executive of a listed company and director of a marine fuels broker, part owned by a consortium of BP, Shell, Texaco/Chevron, Lazard Brothers and Booz Allen Hamilton.
Shane Brett is the author of the new book "The AIFMD Cheat Sheet" (August 2013) and also "The Future of Hedge Funds" (December 2012). Shane is on the Editorial Board of "All About Alpha" and is a Contributor Writer to "HedgeTracker.com".
He is the founder of the asset management and alternative investment consultancy "Global Perspectives" (www.globalperspective.co.uk)
His books are available from Amazon in paperback and Kindle here:-
He was recently invited to join the "Atheneum Partners Executive Network" to provide expert economic and financial analysis to their clients worldwide.
Shane has been interviewed extensively on global financial and economic developments on radio and television in Europe (interview links below). He has a regular interview slot on "Dukascopy TV" (the Swiss Business Channel), a fortnightly regulatory interview column on ProHedge.co.uk, and is an industry conference speaker.
He has also been published in multiple industry publications including HFM Week, All About Alpha, CAIA, Opalesque, ProHedge.co.uk, HedgeTracker, Q Finance, Canadian Hedge Watch & Australian Fund Monitor. Full links to recent publications below.
Through "Global Perspectives", the consultancy he founded in 2011, Shane publishes regular, highly regarded White Papers on all aspects of Hedge Funds, Asset Management and global economic trends (read or sign up at www.globalperspective.co.uk). These White Papers are syndicated by multiple content providers across the industry in Europe and North America.
Shane has over 15 years experience in Hedge Fund / Asset Management Operations, Consultancy and Programme/Product Management, at many top Managers & Administrators worldwide including BNP Paribas, HSBC, UBS & RBS (in London, Dublin, Sydney, Edinburgh & Wellington) .
Global Perspectives offers Consulting, Research and Development to the Asset Management & Hedge Fund industry.