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Mirko Consalvi (Founder and Owner of wikireturn.wordpress.com)
I am italian independent investor and living in Rome.
I have a strong interest in tactical strategies, and have developed quantitative investment methods through rigorous backtesting and numerical analysis.
After 40 years in line management, as a founder, of small biotechnology companies, I am taking time off to practice what I preached, now as an investor and early-stage drug development consultant. At the same time, I'm brewing up a new venture, just in case.
I don't believe in the efficient market hypothesis but I do believe in having an edge and betting by the Kelly criterion (dialed down a bit). My professional training was in chemical biology, with a doctorate along the way; my avocations are the mathematics of information theory and gemstone collecting.
David Harris is an independent stock market investor and trader with an interest in modeling price movements in stock markets. In particular, David has spent the last ten years developing mathematical models to identify market tops and market bottoms and more recently a model that identifies bubbles in national stock market indices and individual stocks. Trained originally as an Electronic Engineer, David has a First Class Honors Degree in Electronic and Electrical Engineering from Leeds University, UK and a PhD in Adaptive Control Algorithms, also from Leeds University. David has worked as a Senior IT Manager in the City of London and more recently in New York City for a variety of Investment Banks, including NatWest Markets, Bankers Trust, Deutsche Bank, Bank of Bermuda and HSBC Bank.
Retired full time investor and living int the mountians near Yosemite. Hobbies are hiking, camping, etc
Career was with technology companies in finance, marketing, sales, and program managment.
BA and MBA.
Dividends and asset allocations are my main interest.