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Chris Katje is an investor from Grand Rapids, Michigan who also writes for The Street (http://www.thestreet.com/author/1385017/ChrisKatje/all.html). Chris is the owner of Stocks Under $20 through the Marketfy website. (http://marketfy.com/product/stocks-under-20/)The subscription service highlights the best stocks trading under $20 for investors to lock in gains while minimizing costs. Chris is on Twitter @chriskatje
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Michael K. Dawson forte is discovering long term themes, leveraging them thru the Stock Market and riding 'em as long as it's putting money in his pocket. Thus, the moniker Trend Rida.
Visit his site: The Trend Rida: Spotting Trends and Riding 'em to the Bank (http://www.TrendRida.com/)
Stockerati (http://Stockerati.com/) is an engineer and student of science by training and practice. He's a self-taught investor and has been applying a sense of logic, induction and scientific means to craft out his portfolio and investments for quite some time.
He's based in Seattle, WA and has worked for 10+ years in the hi-tech industry. Investing and stocks are his passion, hobby and just like everyone else, he believes in turning this hobby into something very rewarding.
Stockerati runs a successful blog at Stockerati.com (http://Stockerati.com/) where he shares his screenings, analysis and view points on stocks, the economy, wall street and international markets regularly. His goal is to be the missing link that investors like him face today. He doesn't day-trade, swing-trade or deal in options or futures. He's very inspired by the principles of value investing but does not have the patience to wait that long for the returns. His singular goal is to make reasonable profits through short to mid-term trades.
Stockerati is an exponent of trend investing. Through his proprietary methods he strives to detect early trends through patterns and signals in the market place and applies them to pick his investments. He's been reasonably successful in his endeavors. He believes in complete transparency and shares all his research and conclusions with the world. Stockerati's strategy is around detecting trends early, always staying ahead of the curve and timely entry & exit, while securing great gains.
Mathew Ingram is a senior writer with GigaOm. He has written about technology since 1991, but has also written about the oil and gas industry for the Globe, and about the stock market. He wrote for the Globe and Mail from 2000-2009. When not at work he writes a blog (http://www.mathewingram.com/work) about web-related issues and anything else that interests him.