I grew up in Healdsburg, California, a small town roughly 60 miles north of San Francisco, and still live there today with my wife and two daughters. While earning my bachelor's degree in Mathematics at U.C. Berkeley in the early '90s, I was lucky enough to meet and begin working for legendary biotech analyst and investor Jim McCamant. It was a life-changing experience that inspired me to eventually launch my own investment newsletter in February 1995... and over the past nineteen years, Nate's Notes has quietly become one of the best performing investment newsletters in the country (based on rankings published monthly by The Hulbert Financial Digest). In response to subscriber interest, I launched a second "covered call" service called The Wagmore Advisory Letter in August 2013. Along with my near obsession with the stock market, I also enjoy playing frisbee golf, spending time volunteering at my daughters' school, cooking, playing my guitar, banjo, and clarinet (never simultaneously!), tending my vegetable and cacti/succulent gardens, and taking care of my 120 gallon salt water reef aquarium.
Robert Woronoff is a RIA in North Carolina. After a career in the newspaper publishing industry both as an employee and business owner, he recently got his RIA credentials and is working to create a business that allows him to pursue his life long hobby of investing. Mr. Woronoff has a B.S. degree from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a MBA degree from The Darden School at The University of Virginia.
`I am the Cat who walks by himself, and all places are alike to me.'
The individual has always had to struggle from being overwhelmed by the tribe. If you try it, you will be lonely often and sometimes frightened. But no price is too high to pay for the privilege of owning yourself.
Board Certified Physician
Individual Investor. Long Only. Interests, technology, healthcare.
Long term view. Medical and computer science trained. Patient investor. Still learning alot from many other Seeking Alpha fellow members.
Portfolio heavily biased towards technology stocks. Some medical devices holdings.
Former pit futures trader who has since migrated to online trading in 1998. Still trading derivatives occasionally.
All opinions expressed are personal & derived primarily from technical analysis of charts. Fundamental info all gleaned from general newsfeed & summarized. I like to share my views with others purely to provoke intellectual exchange so we all can benefit. Wishing fellow traders/investors success in all you do !
Self-employed Chemical Engineer, P.E.; B.S. Chemical Engineering, University of California, Berkeley; MBA in managerial economics and finance, Western Washington University. Current investing style is investing, as well as swing trading with technical low entry points, into a pool of high risk, high beta stocks thus statistically smoothing the risk. Mostly in mobile, tech, and IP. This investing style is analogous to leaping off a cliff in my hang glider and to then go mountain thermal hunting, coring the thermal to rise above the mountain as a soaring eagle does, and finally banking out before reaching its apex and it sends you 'over the falls'. Have gone over the falls a few times (in both stocks and hang glider)....scary endorphin rendering exhilaration!!