Zach Scheidt is the editor of Lifetime Income Report and Income on Demand — investment advisories dedicated to finding Wall Street’s best yields. He brings to the table impeccable investment management experience and a solid record of identifying oversized payout opportunities. Zach previously edited Income & Dividend Report, which was also dedicated to finding great stocks paying high dividends, and Accelerated Income, an advisory that focused on earning income using covered calls. He started his career as a cost accountant for SunTrust bank, before he left for a more exciting career as an analyst for an Atlanta-based investment advisory. The company catered to wealthy clients with a minimum account balance of $1 million. It also ran two hedge funds with combined assets above $100 million. Zach was personally responsible for $20 million of the firm’s money, as well as $20 million in individual client accounts. Zach graduated with honors from Lee University, a small private university in Cleveland, Tennessee. Upon entering the investment business, Zachary simultaneously worked full-time as an analyst and portfolio manager, and earned his MBA at Georgia State University. When he is not scouring Wall Street for ultra-high dividends, Zach enjoys running and spending time with his wife and seven children.
Just a regulary guy working in the construction business. I am a really good handy man that can do a lot with my hands. I am from Denmark. Father to three nice kids :)
I like following people on the net tallking about economics, geopolitics, gold/silver etc
People I follow are: Gregory Mannarino, David Quintieri, Greg Hunter (USA watchdog), x22 report, AMTV and many more.
I have stopped watching mainstream television by large and instead use my time educating myself on the matters that i find interesting.
I have in the last year (2014) begun investing in phycial silver and stocks in the mining industry. I am currently learning to bet against the global manipulated system and will therefor begin investing in options trading. This will happen in the near futere. Thanks Gregory for your advice! :)
Maybe one day I will open my own youtube channel.
God bless you all!
Founder and principal of AnalystSolutions, a consulting firm specializing in equity research, and author of "Best Practices for Equity Research Analysts." From 1992 to 2006, Wall Street equity research analyst, which included:
• Ten years as a Managing Director at Morgan Stanley
• Ranking by the most Institutional Investor and Greenwich Associates as one of the top three analysts in the assigned sectors
• Ranking by Forbes Magazine as one of the top 3 equity research analysts in the U.S., among the 2,000 eligible equity research analysts
* Wall Street motto: Panic first, ask questions later ...
* The only perfect hedge is in a Japanese garden.
* Never confuse brains with a bull market.
* The market can stay irrational longer than most can stay solvent
* Date cash flow/marry net worth
I spent 34 years in the banking and financial markets in NYC. I held Series 7, 72, 63, and 24 Licenses. I know the fixed-income market inside and out and enjoy investing in both bonds and equities. My undergrad degree is in economics, and I am proficient in the management of the Treasury function of banks and corporations.
I am a cabinetmaker, working for Clair Global Enterprises. We produce audio equipment for use in large scale venues around the world. I'm close to retirement. but still love to play the market.