Steven Weitz is a student at Vanderbilt University majoring in Economics and minoring in Finance. He has work experience in the Investment Banking industry and has been an avid investor from a young age. He plans to offer a fresh take on investing with a young mind eager to beat the market.
Zachary is the lead analyst for Stock Waves, a service provided by Elliottwavetrader.net. He began working in finance as an investment adviser in 2008. In 2010 he began to study technical analysis and specifically Elliott Wave Theory and took to it immediately. He continues to push the boundaries on how sentiment drives the perception of fundamentals and how some fundamentals can influence sentiment. Among his most notable recent market calls include the recent June and September 2013 bottoms in Facebook, the January 2013 pre-earnings bottom in GOOG, the November $69 low in BA, the April 2013 low in FSLR as well as the $59 top, the May low in GRPN, the October 23rd low in CMG, and many more.
Brian Corbman is the principal of Ardent Advisors, a business advisory firm that concentrates on corporate advisory services for emerging growth companies. He holds the following NASD licenses: Series 24, Series 7 and Series 63 and serves on the board of directors of Chanticleer Holdings (CCLR.OB), a holding company that looks to buy whole companies using a value-based approach. Through its subsidiary, Chanticleer Advisors, invests in small and micro-cap publicly-traded value and growth companies. Previously, Brian was an institutional salesman at various sell-side institutional broker dealers. Prior to that, he gained valuable corporate experience working for GSI Commerce (GSIC), where he was the sole corporate development analyst. Brian graduated Magna Cum Laude with a BBA from George Washington University, Washington, DC.
Alex Lega is Head of Investment at an independent financial company
Mr Lega was formerly working for a large Investment Bank in London where he was advising institutional clients on complex structured products strategies and various investment opportunities. In 2006, realizing how Europe would reach a dead end sooner rather than later, Mr Lega decided to bet on Asia and left the UK for the "tiny" (yet vibrant) city state of Singapore. Over the past 5 years, he has developed a strong network in Asia allowing him to gain in-depth knowledge of the culture and economics of the region.
Since, Mr Lega has been known for pragmatic and accurate warnings on the UK and the US economies, his bullishness on Asia and for calling the rise of Commodity prices, Asian Equities, Real Estate and Intellectual Property.