For thirteen years Stephen Miller worked as a licensed commodities, stock, bond, and options broker with EF Hutton and Smith Barney. He also managed copper and interest rate price risk for Echlin Inc. a $3 billion manufacturing company and has been an expert trader for five decades. He has investigated financial fraud and worked with Congressman Chris Shays’ and Senator Chris Dodd’s office on two massive financial fraud cases. Steve joined the US Navy in 1962, and was designated to enter Admiral Rickover’s nuclear powered submarine program. After he completed his enlistment he returned to Wagner College in Staten Island, NY while working part time in the EF Hutton training department before he became a licensed full time broker. Steve became the victim of a Wall Street price rigging fraud that served to be his first hand experience with the Justice Department and the Federal Court system. He has written a riveting account of the actual case that demonstrates outrageous corruption by senior government and media officials. His purpose for writing Just Cause Just Facts was to inform voting citizens about issues that the main stream media chose to cover-up.
I'm a EE specializing in product/test development for IC's as well as snarky, sometimes comical rebuttals to fellow SA enthusiasts.
I tend towards "following the products" when seeking investment opportunities. I don't care much for historical data or chart gazing as most of my investments are in new tech.
Skilled in SW/HW design, development, debug in various areas of Mixed Signal, RF, and high speed digital technologies...
I'm a consultant and have performed project work for numerous IC companies, large and small. I'm an active investor seeking to learn and stay abreast of the latest events in the tech world.
I'm a freshmen in college and have a strong love for biology and the future of medicine and I've recently fallen for the future of what marijuana could be for its medical usages and have now been investing in the marijuana stocks. My favorite is TRTC by far i love their CEO and the future seems bright. Other then that I'm just a normal guy trying to pursue what I love.