Retired English teacher, counselor for college admission, and administrator in independent secondary schools in the United States, Egypt, and Taiwan is especially interested in 1) corporations whose work and products have important impact in the United States and abroad; 2) dividend stocks of reasonably-valued companies, and 3) etfs and stocks that seem likely to benefit from improving international economic conditions.
I am a recent Ithaca College graduate with a degree in Business Administration with a Finance concentration. I was the Sector Facilitator for the Tech/Telecom sector of the Ithaca Real Time Fund in 2014 and specialize in semiconductor and component design and manufacturing. I also have experience in the EMUI sector(s). I am currently seeking employment as a research analyst at a financial firm in either Boston, New York City, or Chicago.
Since construction jobs haven't been plentiful in Las Vegas, I studied information management at the prestigious College of Southern Nevada and the University of Nevada Las Vegas. My previous financial background is in the field of hanging drywall, where I learned absolutely nothing about the concept of compound growth. I started trading/investing after taking a finance class and watching Mad Money on CNBC.
10+ years experience investing in every kind of company imaginable with a current focus on smaller market cap companies, especially those with interesting dividends. Here to post my thoughts publicly in order to help other investors and to gain valuable feedback from the community here.
I am the founder of the Braeburn Group of independent AAPL analysts and author of the Posts At Eventide web presence.
The objective of my work is to benefit readers seeking to understand Apple's financial performance and to provide a repository of information and analysis at my web presence for other independent AAPL analysts preparing quarterly estimates and share price forecasts.
In addition to following Apple, I maintain a keen interest in the personal technology product markets and follow publicly traded enterprises offering technology products and services to consumers.
Robert Paul Leitao
John Kozey is Director of Research at KnowVera, LLC, where he oversees research and trading of algorithmic trading strategies. Prior to that, as a Senior Analyst at Thomson Reuters, he produced reports blending fundamental and technical analysis for actionable ideas. John was also Equity Research Director for Bridge Trading Company, as well as a former institutional equity derivatives salesman, sales-trader and desk strategist/analyst. He holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) , Chartered Market Technician (CMT) and Accredited Wealth Management Advisor (AWMA) designations. He received his MBA in Finance from Cornell’s Johnson School of Management.