I'm working as a consultant for the Chinese companies in their deals with Private Equity Firms. I'm considered as a pattern day trader. I have been actively managing my personal portfolio since 2007. My trading strategies stemmed from my researches and my dissertations on Behavioral Finance as a Ph.D. student at Dept. of Economics at Rutgers. I believe in the EMH in the long run. However, the market tends to overreact due to its incompleteness and irrational participants. My primary field of concentration was Financial Economics, with a secondary in Econometrics. I was qualified in Financial Economics at Princeton University through the Princeton-Rutgers Exchange Program. Prior to that, I was a bunker fuel oil broker in charge of the Great China regions and traveled extensively into the regions.