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Bachelor's in Chem. Eng. degree. Worked in chemical engineering project construction. MBA at well known Eastern business school. ABD (All But Dissertation) in economics at top 15 business school. Worked at major international oil company and in real estate and land development. Now manage retirement funds and family accounts, following a value philosophy. Main long positions: Citigroup (C), Himax (HIMX), AMD.
Alan R. Goozner
During the 1994 Peso crisis, I started an e-mail newsletter. This followed from my comments to Mexican interest groups and list servers on the rapidly expanding Internet. The newsletter became a copyright publication : "The Mexican Commentary." This had a limited paid subscriber base but has been discontinued.
Robert Rubin was criticized for the Mexican bailout from the U.S. Treasury but I commented that the US taxpayer benefited greatly - at that time borrowing with T-bills at 5% and lending it to the Mexicans at 10%. The Mexican economy was expected to collapse but I continued to follow the economic developments in my newsletter covering employment, interest rates, exchange rate of the peso and stock prices. This led to one of my subscribers hiring me full time at the US Department of Justice/Immigration and Naturalization Service/HQ Office of Intelligence. My comments then became restricted to an internal Government publication "Borderline."
My prior career was devoted to Agricultural Statistics 18 years with the USDA and 6 years with the EPA in the Office of Pesticide Programs.
I have since retired from Federal Government service in 2005 and currently take on consulting assignments and manage my family investment portfolios. I continue to have an interest in Mexican stocks.
I do not offer any investment advice but feel that this forum would benefit from the wealth of information that I could offer. This should not be considered investment recommendations of a personal bases because most of my readers remain anonymous to me.
I often say what I am doing in the market for my own trades - these are true and honest statements and my records are open for inspection to any responsible party on request.
Ted Allrich, principle at The Online Investor, is the author of the book The On-Line Investor (St. Martin's Press) and is vice-chairman of the board for The Bank of Internet USA. His next book, Comfort Zone Investing, Build Wealth And Sleep Well At Night, is scheduled for release on February 6, 2007.
Ted has spent over twenty-five years in the capital markets, working in areas from fixed income to investment banking to equity trading. He has an MBA from Stanford, and an English degree from the University of California at Davis.
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