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Dr. Kris has two degrees from MIT because one just wasn't enough. Her life goal was to figure out the universe and having done that (at least to her satisfaction), she decided to tackle something even more difficult—the stock market.
Applying the scientific method along with an insatiably curious mind, she began trading stocks, futures, and options in order to find the holy grail to market success. She's discovered to her immense satisfaction that not only is there one way to succeed but many. Combining her love of cooking with the stock market, she's devised recipes for investment success designed to please the palate of most investors. Dr. Kris currently manages a private equity long/short portfolio and writes of her current research projects that appear on her website, StockMarketCookBook.com.
Her most exciting project is applying market timing models to Modern Portfolio Theory to not only give greater returns but at substantially lower levels of risk. (See PortfolioPreserver.com for further information.)
I am a former quant. Quote: "It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning."
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I am a former sell-side analyst -- UBS 1996-2002, Needham 2002-2006 and ThinkEquity 2006-2008. These days I review automobiles and other technology products, as well as analyze the automotive and technology industries, and coming up with long/short ideas. I also continue to write (less frequently) on macroeconomics and politics.
I manage a $1B+ portfolio for a family office. Our investments include bonds, equities, hedge funds, and private investments with a wide geographical and asset class dispersion. I have a J.D. degree from Yale Law School and practiced for 30 years as a trial lawyer in commercial cases.
That fellow in my icon is, of course, Galileo Galilei. Eppur si muove.
(And about even that one should be skeptical.)
I'm an English language teacher in Spain who happened to discover a few nasty things about Tesla Motors. I'm paid by no one other than my students and my financial position won't be affected at all by swings in Tesla's stock price - or in any other stock.
I like to annoy people with my unsolicited opinions on a range of matters. Apparently a considerable number of folks like what I write.
James Carlini, MBA, is a real estate technology strategist, a certified Infrastructure consultant, and President of CARLINI & ASSOCIATES, since 1986. He is a member of the National Military Intelligence Association.
He is also the Chairman Emeritus of the Rolls-Royce Owners Club, Lake Michigan Region.
He just published a new whitepaper on military infrastructure, strategy, and tactics for the War on Terrorism, NANOKRIEG: BEYOND BLITZKRIEG. This is an excerpt of his upcoming second book.
He also has a monthly column at Electrical Contractor Magazine covering Intelligent Infrastructure - http://www.ecmag.com/contributing-authors/james-carlini
His first book, LOCATION LOCATION CONNECTIVITY, about technology, Intelligent Infrastructure, and its impact on real estate and regional economic development is available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble (The ISBN # is 978-0-9906460-44 for the 386-page paperback (List price $39.99)). His conceptual definition of infrastructure, the Platform for Commerce, and its impact on economic growth has also been recognized and referred to in the US ARMY Corps of Engineers' Handbook on "Infrastructure and the Operational Art." (see Page 2, Chapter 1) http://www.academia.edu/9221521/Infrastructure_and_the_Operational_Art He has spoken at several national conferences in 2015 including the Windy City Summit which is one of the largest Treasury and Cash Management tradeshows in the country and the Illinois Municipal League Conference.. His two sessions included, "Aiming for Quality in Technology Investments" and "Smartphones & Mobile Wallets vs. Credit Cards at the Windy City Summit. IN 2016, he has spoken at an IBEW Conference in Detroit, and will be the Keynote Speaker at the Intelligent Buildings & DIgital Home Forum in San Diego in April, speaking on "Intelligent Infrastructure & Cybersecurity".
A whitepaper, "Intelligent Infrastructure and Its Impact on Regional Sustainability" has been published at http://iwcs.omnibooksonline.com/data/papers/2012/1-5.pdf This paper is what he presented in November 2012 at the annual International Wiring & Cabling Symposium in Providence, RI. He also spoke at the BICSI Winter Conference in Tampa, FL in January 2013.
He has also written several articles this year on 5G Networks, Smartphones, cloud computing and intelligent infrastructure. See link - http://jamescarlini.sys-con.com/
He was the Keynote Speaker at the annual (2014) Illinois State Wireless Association luncheon speaking on, "WiFi, DAS, and Smartphones in Next-Generation Real Estate". He recently spoke at the University of Chicago's Gleacher Center at the second annual INFORM conference on Big Data and Analytics (Sept. 2014) and gave the Keynote address at the HetNet Expo Conference in Chicago in October 2014. He spoke at the Dept. of Homeland Security's Workshop on Aging Infrastructure in NYC on his white paper "Intelligent Infrastructure: Insuring Security for Regional Sustainability in July 2009 at Columbia University.
He also wrote a follow-up white paper for George Mason University's School of Law's Critical Infrastructure Program Report (OCT. 2009) on "Intelligent Infrastructure: Securing Regional Sustainability" which discusses the concepts that the infrastructure is the platform for global commerce and that economic development today equals broadband connectivity and broadband connectivity equals jobs. See Page 7 (http://cip.gmu.edu/archive/CIPHS_TheCIPReport_October2009_AgingInfrastructure.pdf ) He recently addressed an audience of 3,300 at the annual BICSI (Building Industry Consulting Services International) Conference in Las Vegas in September 2010 on this topic focusing on the infrastructure and how it relates to regional economic development.
He was also the keynote speaker at the annual LECET Conference in 2011 and Roads & Bridges Live Conference in Las Vegas in the fall of 2011. He has been a keynote speaker at various national and international conferences and has also served as an award-winning adjunct faculty member at Northwestern University for two decades in the undergraduate and Executive Masters programs. He has advised on major projects including the Chicago 911 Center (Consultant to the Mayor’s Office), network infrastructures at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (trading floor technologies), GLOBEX ( international network), and the DuPage Business Center (800 Acres). He has been an expert witness in both civil and federal court for network infrastructure and mission critical networks (the public network, 911, casinos) His white paper: Intelligent Business Campuses: Keys to Future Economic Development was published by the International Engineering Consortium in their Annual Review of Communications in 2008.
I am an individual investor in retirement, mostly looking for ways to beat inflation with moderate risk. However, I also have a passion for entrepreneurship and the environment, and keep some money invested in higher risk companies that have a chance of building the future.
John Petersen is executive vice president and chief financial officer of ePower Engine Systems, Inc., a company that has developed, built and demonstrated an engine-dominant diesel-electric hybrid drivetrain for long-haul heavy trucks that promises fuel savings of 25 to 35 percent depending on terrain and payload.
John is a lawyer and accountant with over three decades of corporate finance, due diligence, M&A advisory and related legal services for manufacturers, innovators and investors in the energy storage and renewable energy sectors.
Over the last eight years John has earned a global following for his articles on the energy storage and alternative energy sectors. He has contributed to AltEnergyStocks, Seeking Alpha, The Street, NASDAQ.com and Batteries International Magazine. He currently works as a senior editor at InvestorIntel.
John is a 1979 graduate of the Notre Dame Law School and a 1976 graduate of the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. He was admitted to the bar in 1980 and licensed to practice as a CPA in 1981. John’s diverse experience in corporate finance, natural resource development and energy storage give him a unique and sometimes unsettling perspective on the technical, economic and supply chain challenges of the battery industry.
I am a former HF analyst now managing my own portfolio.
My focus has traditionally been healthcare, but I now prefer to focus on tech, financials, and retail.
As a securities analyst and now as a SA Contributor I think my best and highest use would be providing fact and commentary that will provide subscribers with insight.
I spend the vast majority of my time dedicated to furthering my knowledge of financial markets. On (rare) occasion I engage in mildly competitive activity such as swimming, golf, and poker.