Suneet analyzes distressed credits and has experience in performing extensive analysis on companies, municipalities and their capital structures, from senior secured loans to subordinated unsecured debt and equity. He takes a long term view and employs a private equity based approach to understanding industry, competitors and business. This combined with deep financial and legal analysis helps him identify most attractive companies and parts of the capital structure including equity. Though professionally trained as a distressed debt analyst, analyzing recovery scenarios in restructuring situations, Suneet analyzes all aspects of markets: equities, options and special situations (spin-offs, stubs, warrants, divestitures, shareholder activism, post-reorg equities, etc) to find mispricings in markets. You can find some of his recent investment ideas on his blog and Seeking Alpha. Suneet's investment strategy is scientific, philosophical and focused on quality and margin of safety. His approach is to breakdown things very clearly, which helps him to look at situations differently than the crowd. Suneet also believes in market timing and has developed models that convert his belief in cyclicality, irrational human behavior and market inefficiencies into science by developing 6 proprietary signals (5 contrarian and 1 trend following) indicating long-term market tops and bottoms. When back-tested, one or more of his market timing indicators predicts every fall of more than 15% in S&P since 1965.
David Harris is an independent stock market investor and trader with an interest in modeling price movements in stock markets. In particular, David has spent the last ten years developing mathematical models to identify market tops and market bottoms and more recently a model that identifies bubbles in national stock market indices and individual stocks. Trained originally as an Electronic Engineer, David has a First Class Honors Degree in Electronic and Electrical Engineering from Leeds University, UK and a PhD in Adaptive Control Algorithms, also from Leeds University. David has worked as a Senior IT Manager in the City of London and more recently in New York City for a variety of Investment Banks, including NatWest Markets, Bankers Trust, Deutsche Bank, Bank of Bermuda and HSBC Bank.
Born and raised in the USA, graduated with a degree in Finance then worked at a multi-strategy global hedge fund for about 4 years analyzing stocks all over the world. In 2007 I left the USA and moved to China to study Chinese and start a business. Now, I am the CEO and Co-founder of eFin which provides wall street level research to main street investors via a proprietary algorithm. Our eFin scoe that takes into consideration hundreds of factors to provide the best period of time to make an investment in a stock.
Nevertheless, my experience working at the hedge fund and running my own business has improved vastly my investment making decisions. I believe Warren Buffett said it best “I am a better investor because I am a businessman and a better businessman because I am an investor”. I have had my share of busts and winners and have gotten wise enough to always look at both sides of every investment no matter how negative or optimistic the situation is.
Netherlands based non-professional stocktrader with a private portfolio; good at stockpicking; not good at options. I prefer companies with a good ROI, ROE, PEG-ratio, good and inspiring management, a durable competative advantage. BUY AND ACCUMULATE (B&A) is my approach. I'm in the market for the company's profit, not the stockprice in the first place.
Tobin Smith, founder/CEO of NBT Group, Inc. and Chief Research Officer NBT Equities Research LLC .Editor-In-Chief NextBigThingInvestor.com and Next Big Thing Investor Pro Newsletter. Fox News market analyst/contributor since 2000 and Fox Business Network guest anchor since 2007. NBTEquitiesEesearch.com is our sponsored research web-site. Founded ChangeWave Research LLC, one of the first expert-network primary research organizations in 1998...sold to 451 Group in 2010. NY Times bestselling investment book ChangeWave Investing 2000 and ChangeWave Investing 2.0 2002
Retired Refinery and Petrochemical Commissioning and Production Manager, having worked for 48 years worldwide in more than 42 countries and on more than 42 small and big projects. Fluent in at least 4 languages and a practical very Hands-on Engineer / peoples Leader and so on. Now staying in Switzerland on a Refinery Project.
Founder and Managing Principal of TBJ Investments, LLC. Currently Investor at Buzzient, Inc. Previously CEO at Buzzient, BionTTech and EBA Systems. Former Associate at Mohr, Davidow Ventures. Investing in early stage software/web/mobile,university commercializations and spin outs. Developing interest in energy and natural resources.
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I have written 2 dutch books on value investing: "Aandelen selecteren als waardebelegger" and "Beleggen in bull- en bearmarkten". See bol.com (search for the titles).
As a mathematician (Ph.D.) I am most interested in investment strategies with statistically favorable returns. In particular I invest in net-nets (20-30% average annual returns). I find companies with low Enterprise Value/Earnings before Tax and Interest (EV/EBIT) and strong balance sheets (20% average annual returns) also very interesting. Since such stocks are rare I invest globally.
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