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“I started off being interested in [Engineering / Technical Field] back and thought I would do that for a few years. But after getting exposed to stock market I realized that I was much more interested in pursuing a carrier in investment profession because I want to make an impact and work in something much faster-paced. Currently Pursuing by MBA in Finance Analysis. CFA Level 2 Candidate.
Armed with a doctorate in Neuroscience, reading about and actively investing is a deep interest of mine. Rather than preaching to more financially-qualified MBAs/CEOs/hedge fund managers, I want to raise interesting questions and state observations that I hope will draw some interest and debate into investment strategies and ultimately, improve my odds of becoming a billionaire!
David T. Osprey is a Legal Advisor and Ph.D. student with broad interests outside his field of specialization. He began investing in equities February 2011. David has over 15 years in the real estate industry, specifically within residential property acquisitions, funding, real estate valuation, advisory and research. David is passionate about studying the financial markets and examining macro real estate trends.
Active Real Estate Investor, Hard Money Direct Lender, Stock, Forex and Options Trader.
+ Stocks: Mostly high dividend paying stocks in various sectors
+ Forex: Automated Currency Trading of Technical Strategies
+ Options: Straddles, Strangles, Iron Condors, Cash Secured Puts, Collars, Covered Calls
+ Real Estate: Residential Single and Multi-Family
FYI: I'm always seeking joint ventures or working with hedge funds for private funding for other real estate investors. Contact me anytime.
Electrical engineer who discovered a passion for stock investing. Interested in value investing, particularly event driven value investing opportunities. Also interested in growth stocks with moats and long runways, as well as, shorting stocks of companies based on fundamentals, business model, and quality of the management.
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Markus Rose, Sun in Libra, Chinese sign Monkey, graduated from one of Europe's leading business schools, the Vienna University of Economics and Business, with a Masters Degree (Magister) in Finance and Management - among the top 15% of his semester.
His Master Thesis about Mortgage-Backed Securities was awarded as "one of the best of the university" by a committee of professors.
Markus completed his academic education by taking MBA classes in Finance at the Anderson School of Management and by taking senior classes in differential equations at the Department of Mathematics at the University of California, Los Angeles.
My former username was ricarpe (http://seekingalpha.com/user/806440/profile). I no longer need to hide behind a pseudonym.
I am a former Corporal of Marines. After completing active service, I put myself through college on the GI Bill, some student loans, and by living in the smallest room in my parents house.
I earned an Associates of Arts in Political Science and completed my undergraduate education with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics, a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, and a Certificate in Political Economy. My interests are primarily in economic development, international trade, and international affairs. I am continuing my education by pursuing a Masters of Science in Applied Economics part-time.
I am currently working at the US Bureau of Labor Statistics as an economist in the Current Employment Statistics - State and Area division. (http://www.bls.gov/sae)
My work experience includes working as an economist for the Statistics of Income division of the IRS (http://www.irs.gov/uac/SOI-Tax-Stats-Corporation-Tax-Statistics) where I performed economic and statistical analysis on corporate income tax returns. I also have some experience in the private sector performing statistical data analysis on internet usage from "opted-in" tracked participants and logged information from websites.
My investment experience and knowledge is mostly through self-learning -- I invested while I was in the Marine Corps and was able to profit a bit from it then. While I was in college, I continued to learn through paper trading accounts -- and a one-year stint working for a investment company known for it's mutual funds. I continue to invest today.
I am a full-time trader who uses both technical and fundamental evaluations to pick my portfolio. I prefer short-term growth strategies, but I will employ safer strategies when market direction dictates this. I am not a professional trader; however, I do trade for my own income.
John Lux is a former market maker, investment banker, security analyst, venture capitalist. He works now as a financial consultant for venture and public companies and as a private investor. He has degrees and experience in law and quantitative analysis. He is the author of several books, including "How to Find a Home Run Stock," How the Shorts Raid Your Stock, Destroy Your Company and What to Do About It," "Bash the Stock Bashers!," and "How to Pick Hot Reverse Merger Penny Stocks."