Andreas Schreyer, Founder and Editor of The Green Investor and the Investoblog, is a longtime investor and student of the markets and has been a financial newsletter editor since 2003. He continues as a partner at Fraser Partners and at MarketTrend Advisors, a full service investment advisory firm. In addition to his investment background, Andreas has over 30 years of experience in the high tech industry, including electronics, computer and software. His career began in engineering (he has a degree in Electrical Engineering from Ecole Technique Superieure, Geneva, Switzerland). After some years in design engineering he moved to the product management and strategic planning disciplines, with positions of increasing responsibility for Fortune 500 corporations such as Motorola and Tandem Computers (later part of Compaq and now of Hewlett Packard). Andreas also served in executive management positions at a number of start-up companies such as Internet Dynamics and Globeset before moving to the financial investment newsletter sector.
10 years as a civil engineer in design and construction administration. 10 years in business valuation at the "late great" Arthur Andersen. 7 years in corporate financial analysis and contract management.
Steinway Capital Inc is a New York based proprietary investment research firm with a focus on opportunistic long-term investments. The firm focuses on spin-off related investment strategies, distressed and post distressed investments, and event driven special situation investments. Steinway Capital Inc. pursues no fixed methodology and is selective in its ongoing coverage targets.
Prior to founding Steinway Capital in 2004, Christopher Schulz was for 5 years a Senior Analyst at Horizon Asset Management Inc/New York (a $15 billion asset management firm with hedge funds, mutual funds and managed accounts run by Murray Stahl and Steven Bregman, now known as Horizon Kinetics LLC). At Horizon, he was in charge of The Spin-Off Report, which during his tenure gathered a cumulative track record of 120%. Steinway Capital Inc advises institutional investors, family offices and self-directed affluent investors through written research and verbal consultation, and does not manage client assets.
In addition to his Wall Street advisory activity, Christopher Schulz has 7 years of operational background in hotel audit at Sheraton, market research for Isopublic/Gallup, and various chemical laboratory testing/quality control assignments at Leica Geosystems, Rhone-Poulenc and SFS Intec/SFS Holding.
I love options trading, because strategy and psychology wise it is so similar to the highest competition in sports: develop mindset, defensive positions, choose and execute strategy...
With a new kid on the block - binary options - we have now a real fun on our hands. Terms CALL and PUT in binary options field has different meaning than in trad. options trading. Binary options still don't have flexibility of iron condor, where you run 2 spreads at once and then buy back one leg which -> 0. Choosing debit or credit spreads depends on your view about direction of your traded instrument. Hope binary options will add some excitement to everyone.
I am open to listen to your experiences and share mine. This site looks and feels like a nurturing community, where you may discuss back and forth your questions and concerns...
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Mordecai Rosenberg has been interested in trading for seven years and has been trading for the last six. He trades stocks, futures, bonds, options and currencies.
He lives in Ireland with his wife and four children.
Long Term Investment Management represent the thoughts of Alessandro Sajwani, a Senior Investment Advisor for a large European Bank.
This site selects a sample of articles from the Long Term Investment Management blog.
I was originally trained in Physics, where I went on to research the optical properties of quantum dots. After reading Benjamin Graham´s “THE INTELLIGENT INVESTOR”, I was inspired to pursue the capital markets.
Michael Brown is a student at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. A member of both the Isenberg school of Business and the Commonwealth Honors College, Michael studies Investment Finance as well as Economics.