I have spent the majority of my career working as an investor and developer of alternative investments: primarily infrastructure projects (real estate, electric power, pipeline, mining, arenas, etc.). My experience in these projects was gained as (1) a mechanical engineer, (2) a banker, and (3) an equity investor. Consequently, I have an appreciation for the details of what make these large businesses work long term, as well as years of valuing these complex businesses. For the second act of my career, I spent a few years developing proprietary algorithms to identify undervalued and overvalued stock investment opportunities. The successful performance of these algorithms was the impetus for forming my investment management firm, Conner Management Group. Our firm and its blog (www:best-stockstobuy.com), follow value and growth investing principals and only consider mainstream stocks that have traded on the major exchanges for at least 5 years. Additionally, we do not review nor comment on IPO's, penny stocks, or thinly-traded stocks. going wrong, to now have a great perspective on quickly identifying quality investment opportunities. Education: University of Chicago, MBA Cornell University, Master of Engineering Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Bachelor of Science Places Lived: Houston, Texas New York, New York Chicago, Illinois Sao Paulo, Brazil
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