Clive Corcoran has been an independent trader, on both sides of the Atlantic, for more than 20 years. In recent years he has been engaged as a course developer and tutor, providing international executive education workshops and individual mentoring. He is also an FSA registered adviser and provides wealth management services and investment advice to private clients.
As an author he has written Long/Short Market Dynamics: Trading Strategies for Today’s Markets (Wiley, 2007) and several titles for the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment (CISI). A new book entitled Systemic Liquidity Risk and Bipolar Markets is scheduled for publication by Wiley Finance in December 2012
He has been a regular analyst/contributor to CNBC Europe and other broadcast outlets, runs executive education workshops in conjunction with Euromoney, ICMA and Thomson Reuters, and has been a featured speaker at international trading and investment expos.
IT Manager. Frequent long term investor, infrequent trader.
For the foreseeable future, I'm focused on maintaining purchasing power in the face of what I perceive to be a debt destruction cycle that will take several years to play out. I see the world primarily through the "Austrian" economic lens, and thus look for wealth protection as well as wealth building opportunities by anticipating the likely impact of non-market forces on markets.
Now retired from about thirty-five years of active teaching in a variety of public-law and private-law subjects, I'm an Emeritus Professor of Law at a Canadian faculty. My financial security has come largely from the equity markets, and I think that my interest in public policy has given focus and direction to my investment decisions.
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Andy Harless is an economist specializing in macroeconomics, with particular interests in labor and finance. Since finishing his doctorate at Harvard University in 1994, he has been involved in a number of projects related to economics, including writing econometric software, developing quantitative methods to forecast US Treasury yields, and co-authoring The Indebted Society with James Medoff. He also has experience trading several types of financial futures. His occasional writing has appeared in various publications such as Barron’s and Grant’s Interest Rate Observer. Currently he is Chief Economist at Atlantic Asset Management (http://www.atlanticasset.com/). Opinions expressed in his articles (as well as any errors or omissions) are entirely his own and do not necessarily reflect those of Atlantic Asset Management or its officers.
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