Mr. A. Paul Gill has been the CEO of Lomiko Metals Inc. TSXV: LMR, OTC: LMRMF since June 2009 and CEO of Lomiko Technologies private) since 2014. Mr. Gill developed significant experience in the strategic development of resource companies such as Norsemont Mining,Inc. (Bought by HudBay Minerals for $ 512 million). He has held the positions of President, Chief Financial Officer, Corporate Secretary and Vice-President of Business Development of Norsemont Mining Inc. and served as a co-founding director. Mr. Gill has been a Consultant of AJS Management private) since March, 2001 and a Director with Graphene 3D Lab TSXV: GGG, OTC: GPHBF, Graphene ESD and Epic Mining Corp.
I write about growth industries focusing on their best stock buys on Seeking AlphaConsultant, business management and development.
Former President of Sappanos Decorating Centers, Chicago, with more than 70 employees. Sold in 2010. Sold all our properties in excess of $10m.
Former Research and Teaching Fellow, Harvard and Assoc. Professor Tufts Medical School.
Currently teach business and politics at university in Tel Aviv, write a column for the Jerusalem Post in Business and Finance, and do business management and development consulting to start-ups and struggling companies.
Dr. Brian Morin is currently President & COO of Dreamweaver International, a company that developing and marketing a high performance battery separator that can reduce the volume, weight and cost of lithium ion batteries while improving the safety during thermal events.
Brian also serves on several boards and foundations, including the External Advisory Board for the Clemson University Department of Materials Science and Engineering, the Foundation Board for the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics and as Vice President of the National Alliance for Advanced Technology Batteries.
I retired at an early age from IBM, as a System, Business and Inventory analyst and began investing over 30 years ago. I began the Struthers' Resource/Tech Stock Report just over 23 years ago by popular demand from colleagues. I started writing on Seeking Alpha about 1 year ago. Since that time I have suggested four stocks with an average gain of 187%. Please do not assume future picks will do that well, such as most recent - First Mining, Syrah Resources and Elcora Advanced Materials, although it is my intent!!!!
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What to expect from my articles: I write mainly about my basic set of economic indicators that give a solid outlook about the economy. I then discuss trades that fit to the mid/long term outlook.
ARK Invest holds a precision lens on thematic investing. We focus on disruptive innovation and identify themes that will enhance productivity and create wealth. ARK seeks to research and invest in technologically enabled innovation that cuts across economic sectors and changes the way our world works. Our current themes include: Industrial Innovation, Web x.0, and the Genomic Revolution. Innovation is inevitable, and ultimately wins out in an equity market.
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Nicholas Vardy is editor of The Global Guru, a weekly free e-letter; the monthly Alpha Investor Letter; and two weekly trading services, Bull Market Alert and Alpha Algorithm for Washington DC-based Eagle Financial Publications. He has been a columnist for TheStreet.com and currently writes for Dow Jones Markewatch. He has been cited in Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Forbes, Investors Business Daily,Yahoo! Finance, theStreet.com, and MSN Money Central. He has appeared on CNBC Asia, Fox Business News and CNN International. Vardy is a graduate of Stanford and Harvard Law School, a former Fulbright scholar, and a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA).
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A full time investor focusing on long-term value and income stocks. Energy, Tech and Pharma excite me and a small portion of my portfolio is dedicated to opportunistic trading situations. When not trading, I am outdoors playing football or watching the love of my life: Arsenal Football Club.
I'm a dividend growth investor that is looking to execute a sound retirement plan.I constantly learn about it from multiple sources and can say that I am a true fan of SA and many of the writers in this forum.
Named by Fortune as one of its "50 Great Investors". Acknowledged as Cash Flow From Operations (CFFO) expert by WSJ, Fortune, Forbes.com and Smartmoney.com after developing a CFFO algorithm that predicts bankruptcies for seemingly healthy large NYSE and NASDAQ traded companies. Markowski also has CFFO algorithms that identify severely undervalued companies.
In September 2007 Equities Magazine column predicted the 2008 collapses for all five of the U.S. major brokers including Lehman, Bear Stearns and Merrill Lynch. Wholesale sell recommendations for the five based on macro-analysis of brokerage industry's negative cash flow due to "sub-prime mortgage revenue".
Founded: TrophyInvesting.com (2016), Dynastywealth.com (2014), Onlinefinancialsector.com (2007), StockDiagnostics.com (2002).
Currently: Analyst for Dynasty Wealth (focused on finding and covering disruptor companies that have 100X to 1,000X potential within 5 years).
Passion is recommending shorts for hyped companies that have inherently flawed negative CFFO models and ten baggers for those which are extremely undervalued based on their CFFO. Does not trade the markets and is instead a buy and holder.
Began career with Merrill Lynch in 1977 and was employed in early years by Oppenheimer and Donaldson Lufkin & Jenrette. Became CEO of a firm in 1990 that subsequently went out of business due to the firm’s having a net capital deficiency on January 15, 1991, the day before the first Gulf War broke out.
Markowski voluntarily left the broker industry in 1991. Most of his activities since have been in the financial information industry. The SEC and the NASD subsequently barred Markowski in 1995 from associating with a broker dealer. The bar related to activities that occurred in 1990, and before the war's breaking out which caused a severe lack of liquidity for the markets resulting in the firm's going out of business. Markowski appealed his bar to the U.S. Supreme Court which denied to hear his appeal. Markowski was not barred from being a registered investment advisor (RIA). However, Markowski chose not to pursuit a career as a RIA.
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Founded in 1959, OppenheimerFunds is an asset manager with a history of providing innovative strategies to its investors. The firm’s 15 investment management teams specialize in equity, fixed income, alternative, multi-asset, and revenue-weighted-ETF strategies, including ESG. OppenheimerFunds and its subsidiaries offer a broad array of products and services to clients, who range from endowments and sovereigns to financial advisors and individual investors. OppenheimerFunds and certain of its subsidiaries provide advisory services to the Oppenheimer family of funds, and OFI Global Asset Management offers solutions to institutions. For more information, visit oppenheimerfunds.com.
Former Silicon Valley test engineer, marketing and market research analyst. Performing stock research, especially on Pink Sheet and OTC stocks, has become somewhat of a hobby for me.
I've been an individual investor since 2000, and generally invest in small cap NASDAQ stocks, with a few NYSE dividend-payers in the mix.
On October 31st, 2014, I retired. Turned in the keys to the company car, gave them my computer and my account lists and joined the ranks of those who "slipped off into the sunset." I never thought in retirement that I would be this busy. It's fun. Time with the grandkids, time to perfect my cooking skills, and time to travel and check off the things on my bucket list. I should have done this a long time ago.
I have been working in finance for more than 10 years, most recently as a buy-side analyst in an equity long/short hedge fund. I follow a "value" style that mostly focuses on buying high-quality companies at attractive prices. My interests are global and I look at multiple sectors.
"Why not go out on a limb? That's where the fruit is."
I tend to invest in high-yield, high-risk, but I believe my purchases are long term holdings.
-- Working as a tax guy in Orange County, CA.
I rub shoulders with the brightest and sharpest financial minds on a full-time basis. I have made great calls, I have made stupid calls over the course of my career as a professional investment executive.
As a student of the market, I use my educational background in psychology and business to understand the market environment and identify opportunities for generating performance. I have completed my MBA, obtained my CFA charter and I am a licensed derivatives trader.
My biggest aspiration for contributing on SA is to shine a light on stocks, bonds and volatility instruments so that the readers may learn and profit. I also find writing to be quite stimulative and helps me improve my thought process, which is a huge bonus.
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What You Can Expect From My Musings
- Unabashed neoliberal, laissez-faire capitalist, and investment analyst
- Capital structure analysis and sustainable expansionary potential.
- Pure alpha and alternative investment strategies in a deflationary world.
- Monetary and credit cycle analysis.
- Business models of Japanese large-caps; passion for finding hidden gems in the Japanese equity universe.
View my resumé here: http://www.slideshare.net/DavidDeuchar/resume2016-64015533
I believe that an intelligently-diversified portfolio combined with calculated risk-taking and thorough cash flow analysis is the key to investment success. I have a strong interest in identifying unique opportunities in:
- Highly Developed International Markets
- Healthcare, Tech, and Energy
I also strongly believe in aligning investment strategy with macroeconomic trends, geopolitics, and monetary and fiscal policy.
"You learn so much more from the bad experiences in your life than the good ones. Make sure to take the time to reflect on them. If you don't, a precious opportunity will have gone to waste. Remember that pain plus reflection equals progress."
- Ray Dalio
"I'm no genius, but I'm smart in spots and I stay around those spots."
- Tom Watson
"When the facts change, I change my mind. What do you do, sir?"
- John Maynard Keynes
Richard Turnill, Managing Director, is Global Chief Investment Strategist for BlackRock, leading the Investment Strategy Function within the BlackRock Investment Institute (BII). He is responsible for ensuring we create, coordinate and communicate value added market and investment insights and deliver them consistently to our clients and client facing professionals. Prior to his current role he was Chief Investment Strategist for the Alpha Strategies Group, responsible for developing strategic plans around the Alpha Strategies product range and the positioning of Alpha Strategies products both internally and externally. He has also served as Head of the Global Equity team within the Fundamental Active Equity division of BlackRock's Portfolio Management Group. He was responsible for leading the team which manages large cap global equity portfolios.
Mr. Turnill's service with the firm dates back to 1996, including his years with Merrill Lynch Investment Managers (MLIM), which merged with BlackRock in 2006. At MLIM, he led the global equity team and was responsible for overseeing all aspects of the investment process. Earlier, Mr. Turnill was a group economist in MLIM's Central Strategy Group, head of MLIM's asset allocation and economics team, and was the Chief Investment Officer for the Merrill Lynch Global Private Client discretionary business in EMEA Pacific. Prior to joining MLIM in 1996, Mr. Turnill worked in the international division of the Bank of England as an economic advisor and the global economics team of Paribas Capital Markets in London. Mr. Turnill earned an MA degree in economics from Cambridge University in 1991.
Part owner of a plastic manufacturer for decades now. Individual investor who trades infrequently but with holding for at least a year or far longer. Dividends aren't a factor for me because of tax implications. Invest in companies that I feel are undervalued because of market conditions, that has potential for above average growth, or just extremely well managed. I'm not trying to kill the market, just trying to stay ahead. Consider myself open minded but others may disagree, especially because I can be very sarcastic. My intentions are not to be rude. At least that's my intentions. I don't need to tear down people to argue a point. Life is to short to be serious all the time.
Currently invested in: APPL,CHK,CLR,CREE,CVX,DECK,DHI,DIS,DOW,DRI,DNN,F,FCTP,GBX,HAL,JPM,KMI,KO,MCWEF,MET,MRO,PFE,PHM,PTN,SLCA,SWKS,TOL,TXRH,UA,VLO,WMT,and XOM.
MBA with decades in various corporate positions after four years in USN; taught graduate and undergraduate courses in business and other disciplines; authored books on investment math and other subjects, including science. Have been trading stocks on and off since 1967 but more frequently since 1997, and trading options on occasion from the 1980's but primarily with covered calls. Trading and investment strategies are based on secondary research, taking positions accordingly when fundamentals and technicals are attractive. My comments are for an exchange of ideas and not specific recommendations. I find the markets a great casino where many games are played, and recommend extensive research, caution, and professional opinion before taking any position. ("Bently" is a pseudoname used only at Seeking Alpha.)
Some information about my investing:
* I have been investing my own money (and managing it myself) for over two decades now. I would never let anyone else manage my money and neither should you.
* My portfolio is structured as a "High Yield Strategic Income" portfolio. The portfolio has evolved over the past 20 years. All distributions are reinvested.
* I make every attempt to tell my fellow investors what they "need" to hear, not what Wall Street and the main stream media think you "want" to hear.
* "Past performance definitely does not guarantee future results". With that said it amazes me that for most investors of dividend stocks, the best they can do is invest in all the same exact S&P company stocks by largest market cap.
* Educate yourself about what people really earn in this country:
Then ask yourself: "How is it possible most people the US can "appear" to be so wealthy?"
It is a starting point to cut through the deception that is the main stream media and Wall Street salespeople.
Also: Everyone no matter what age should watch "Money as Debt"
A personal note:
Our family are active charitable donors to
* The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
* St. Jude's Children's Hospital
* Ronald McDonald House
These institutions provide valuable services to children and veterans in need. I know this from personal experience. If you are able, please donate a little something every month to each of these organizations. Thank you.