TheStreetSweeper recently named Sonya Colberg as Senior Editor. About three years ago, she became senior investigative reporter of TheStreetSweeper, a website devoted to exposing fraud, shenanigans and lousy business practices of public companies. Sonya had worked more than two decades as an editor and reporter for two major newspapers, including the recent Warren Buffett acquisition, Tulsa World. Among others, the Associated Press, Great Plains Journalism Awards, The Gerald Loeb Awards and the Society of Professional Journalists have recognized Sonya’s investigative, feature, health, news and business stories. A fearless investigative reporter, Sonya loves nothing better than calling out the shysters and bumblers who quietly work to separate investors from their hard-earned money.
I am very grateful to have been involved in the markets from a very young age. I started out as a futures trader for 13 years (and counting) and now I am also investing in small and microcap companies that offer unique growth opportunities. I also am drawn to opportunities that use options in special cases to mitigate risk and take larger positions.
Throughout all the things The Donald has done, one thing has remained...ME. On the golf course many a gust of wind has tried to embarrass me and multiple wives have run their hands through me, but no one has been able to stay attached the way I have. It is truly remarkable that he has not divorced me in favor of another hairstyle. Lucky you say? I say true love. Though I have not aged well, The Donald continues to keep me around as if I will one day return to the fully bodied self I once was. Though we both know better, our mutual admiration for one another has not wavered. Whether you like it or not I will be around until the day he dies...or wakes up one morning and sees how ridiculous I have become.