70 yr old ex stockbroker and industrialist living in the Med.
Once CEO of 20 listed companies. Have lived worldwide inc the US.
Made a fortune by 30 in reorganising underutilised asset companies.
Sarted video rental in UK. Stood for Parliament in the 70's.
Got burned putting the Net on TV in '96 ahead of Microsoft.
Looking for upside in mobile app stocks.
International major brand stocks as currency/inflation hedges.
I am an ex-hedge fund manager and analyst. I have extensive experience in global macro investing with a focus on Turkey.
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My name is Vivian Lewis. I was born to immigrant German Jewish refugee parents in New York, so I started out as a multilingual baby and won the American Association of Teachers of French prize for high school grads in my year. I went on to study European history, first at Harvard, where I was elected to Phi Beta Kappa and from which I graduated magna cum laude, and then at University of California, Berkeley where I got an master's degree. I married Paul Lewis, a financial journalist then with the Financial Times (of London), and moved to Brussels where I pursued my PhD at the University of London. When my money ran out, I went to work for McGraw-Hill World News Common Market Bureau and never looked back. Journalism turned out to be my forte, not academia. I then went to work for The Economist in Paris followed by The Sunday Times (London).
When we lived in Washington, I took a break from journalism and worked for the Joint Economic Committee and the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Then we returned to Europe, again living in Paris, where I was freelancing as an economic journalist. In this role I covered a half dozen countries in Europe.
We then moved back in the U.S. again, this time back to New York where my husband became U.N. Bureau Chief for The New York Times. I found it hard to get freelance work because my background was mainly European.
So in 1990 I started Global Investing, initially a print newsletter - now it's a blog. We started out covering the expanding market for American Depositary Receipts and Yankee bonds, adding open-end and later exchange-traded funds with an international bent later. Because there were so many ideas you could only buy directly on foreign markets, in 1996 I decided to start what later became Global Investing Pro, for institutional and high-net-worth investors, but it is now dormant.
My husband and I are grandparents to five.
Visit Global Investing at www.global-investing.com.
A true investing contrarian with more than a decade's experience in the financial markets. I review a variety of sectors with both long and short ideas.
Blog address: http://www.atruecontrarian.com/
The top gold and silver analyst on Seeking Alpha. One of the few that does the hard leg work necessary in this field.
The Gold and Silver Report is in progress and will be ready in a month with a close look at some very interesting names from the junior level all the way up to the majors.
Architect MSc. by profession, Kerem is currently working in a Dutch commercial real estate development and investment company as a project monitoring and cost control manager. His previous positions include working as a designer architect and feasibility manager in the same company, the latter position necessitating him to broaden his knowledge on business development, global markets and investment.
He is currently a contracted consultant contributing to Kuwait Turkish Participation Bank’s web portal on precious metals investment, www.saglamaltin.com i.e. “Firm Gold” with weekly articles and news feeds.
Nicholas Pardini is the managing partner of the equity long/short hedge fund Nomadic Capital Partners. The fund specializes in commodities, emerging market consumer equities, and equities in the the global technology sector. His research and live trade updates are also found on his investment newsletter The Pardini Report (http://pardinireports.com) .
He graduated from UC Santa Barbara with an economics degree in three years. Before launching Nomadic Capital Partners in January of 2011, he worked as a proprietary trader at Wedbush Securities and attended a Masters in Finance program at Villanova. His investment specialty is in top down macro based fundamental analysis of equities and the global economy.
Nicholas has also published portions of Nomadic's research on leading investment commentary website Seeking Alpha. His analysis has been mentioned on prominent media outlets such as USA Today, NHK, CBS News, CNBC.com, and ZeroHedge.
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