Jim Trippon is an Amazon.com bestselling business and finance author, a practicing CPA, and a fee based investment advisor. His portfolio of companies includes J.M. Trippon & Company CPA, Trippon Wealth Management & Trippon Financial Publishing. Jim has dedicated his business career to helping his clients make smarter financial and investment decisions.
Trippon's investment team provides fee-only asset management services. The Trippon research team publishes business books and financial research in the U.S. and in Mainland China. Trippon's commentary and opinions have also been featured in top media both in the US and abroad, including
• Investor’s Business Daily
• Oil & Gas Financial Journal
• Journal of Accountancy
• The International Herald Tribune
• Stock Futures and Options Magazine
• Fox Business
• Fox News
Jim resides in Houston, Texas with his wife Kim and our two children, enjoying church activities, private time with his family, kids sports activities, his son’s Scouting activities and (God help him) teaching his daughter to drive.
Kevin McElroy is a top rated commodity researcher and analyst specialist at Wyatt Investment Research, with a targeted focus on short and long term investment opportunities.
He has worked in the investment publishing field for over three years alongside some of the world's leading commodity traders and analysts. He takes the complex futures and options trading strategies from the floors of the Nymex and the CBOT, uniquely combines them with economic trends and positions his recommendations in a way that any investor, from a straight long-term buy and hold investor to a sophisticated day trader can easily understand, implement, and profit.
Kevin constantly finds unique ways to profit from the ... "real stuff" like oil, gold, iron, corn – the energy, money, goods and food that the world constantly needs more of.
Kevin is the daily editor of Resource Prospector and a contributor to Energy World Profits and Global Commodity Investing.
Joseph Trevisani has 20 years of experience in Forex trading and management and is the Chief Market Strategist at WorldWideMarkets. Mr. Trevisani worked as an interbank currency trader, trading desk manager and proprietary trader for 12 years at Credit Suisse in New York and Singapore and at The Bank of Bermuda in Hamilton, Bermuda. Mr. Trevisani appears often on CNBC and Fox Business News in New York as a currency analyst and is frequently quoted in the Wall Street Journal, Reuters, Bloomberg, Dow Jones Newswires, the Associated Press, the Chicago Tribune and Futures Magazine. He has written economic and currency analysis for Forbes.com, SFO, Active Trader, FX Street, and the Aim Bulletin and contributes his Market Directions column to the financial media. Mr. Trevisani has a Bachelor Degree and Masters in International Politics and Finance from Columbia University in New York City.
Kapitall is the online finance platform for the next generation, where investing is as easy as drag, drop and trade. With an intuitive and playful user experience, Kapitall offers tools that make it easy to build virtual and real brokerage portfolios, share ideas and research stocks and funds.
I am 38 years old, married and have two daughters 3 and 5. I live upstate New York near Ithaca.
My aim is to be objective about the macro investment environment and to provide sound analysis on stocks.
I'm a fan of the following people to help give a perspective of my biases I may hold with regards to investment and economics: Adam Smith, Milton Friedman, Charles Schwab (Steel Tycoon), Martin Armstrong, Peter Bernstein (Author), Henry Ford, Ayn Rand, to name a few.
An unbiased, neutral, multi-anglular, practical & sharp view on all world markets & key tradeable assets including currencies, Exchange traded funds ETFs, Stocks equities and Futures, all commodities, with a world market perspective, focusing on key financial markets, offering timely and realtime indicators, and buy sell trade setups on specific assets; with a macro view on the broader market moves of Japan, China, India, Indonesia, Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Middle East, Russia, Turkey, the UK, Germany, France, Spain, Argentina, Brazil, Mexico and North American markets of Chicago and New York exchanges.
World Market Pulse is a small team of specialized analysts and traders, focusing on multiple aspects and areas of interest. Our analytical base, in addition to fundamental and Technical factors, does include various other non-traditional and customized indicators, studies and authentic research in collaboration with field experts, real traders and experienced market watchers; that are normally ignored by the mainstream analysts. We specialize in top emerging markets, key commodities and major currency studies along with vital stocks, segments and sub-sectors. Contact us at worldmarketpulse - gmail
Our articles and blogs: You can use our articles on your website, newsletters or as a reference but you must credit worldmarketpulse.com please as a courtesy.
Following 23 years with JPMorgan, Simon Lack founded SL Advisors, LLC, in 2009. Prior to that, Simon was CEO and founder of the JPMorgan Incubator Funds, two private equity vehicles that took economic stakes in emerging hedge fund managers. From the late 1980s through 1999 through several bank mergers Simon ran Fixed Income Derivatives and Forward FX trading for JPMorgan and predecessor institutions, ultimately overseeing 50 professionals and $300 million in annual revenues. Simon also sat on JPMorgan’s investment committee allocating over $1 billion to hedge fund managers. He is the author of two books: The Hedge Fund Mirage: The Illusion of Big Money and Why It’s Too Good to Be True, published in 2011 to widespread praise from mainstream financial press including The Economist, Financial Times and Wall Street Journal; Bonds Are Not Forever; The Crisis Facing Fixed Income Investors (August 2013). Simon makes regular appearances on cable TV business shows discussing hedge funds and investing.
Véronique Adam graduated from Sciences Po Paris. She is a member of the French Financial Analysts Association. Véronique has spend 15 years at JPMorgan, as head of European research team in Food and HPC. She was ranked among the top three analysts in the sector during that period (Institutional Investor ranking). She joined the buy side covering the consumer sector for Amber Capital NY. She launched Pablofinance in 2009. Pablofinance focuses on fundamentally driven analysis in the consumer field, including food, beverages, HPC, luxury stocks and sporting goods . Each comment is based on in-depth valuation and forecasts models helping to assess and select the most attractive stocks in the sector.
The Operations Room is co-authored by Marty Lariviere and Gad Allon
Marty Lariviere joined the Kellogg School of Management in 2000 and is a professor in Managerial Economics and Decision Sciences. His work has appeared in Management Science, M&SOM, Operations Research, Harvard Business Review and Sloan Management Review. He has served in a variety of editorial positions and is currently a Departmental Editor at Management Science. He has also held a number of leadership positions in the Manufacturing and Service Operations Society of INFORMS. Because he was brought up right, Marty is a Red Sox fan.
Gad Allon joined the Kellogg School of Management in 2005 and he is an associate professor of Managerial Economics and Decision Sciences. His research uses queuing theory and game theory to model problems in operations management in general and service operations in particular and his work appeared in Management Science and Operations Research. He teaches the core Operations Management course as well as the Operation Strategy elective. Gad won the 2009 L.G. Lavengood Professor of the Year award at Kellogg. He hates the Red Sox. Passionately.
CBDO at Serenity. Former economics correspondent for Fortune Magazine and The Financial Times, with a BA in economics from Harvard.
I keep an eye out for inflection points. I'm not wedded to any particular market philosophy or past forecasts. I go wherever the evidence, skepticism of static models and humility take me at any given time. I try to find out the truth before others do...and profit from this. I'm excited by the challenge of staying ahead of the conventional wisdom.
Jeffrey Dow Jones is the managing editor for Alpine Advisor. He has previously worked for PaineWebber/UBS and Ford Motor Credit Company, and he spent the last decade co-managing a group of hedge funds. He holds a degree in Business Economics with a specialization in Computer Programming from The University of California - Los Angeles.
He publishes a free weekly newsletter at AlpineAdvisor.info.
Erik is the senior market technician for Prometheus Market Insight and has been performing chart analysis since 1995. The software program that he developed to monitor long-term stock market trends has correctly identified 92% of the cyclical turning points in the S&P 500 index since 1940. His Gold Currency Index has predicted every major trend change in the US gold market since its creation in 2005.
Brian C. Rezny, CFP, President of Rezny Wealth Management, Ltd.
Rezny Wealth Management is a Fee Only Investment Advisory Firm, specializing in Portfolio Management for Pre-Retirees and Retirees. RWM is an SEC Registered Investment Advisor. Brian is also a Board Certified Financial Planner through the College of Financial Planning in Denver, Colorado.
Over the last 27 years, Brian has managed investment portfolios for pre-retirees and retirees.
Mariusz Skonieczny is the founder and president of Classic Value Investors, He is also the author of several books on investing including Why Are We So Clueless about the Stock Market, The Basics of Understanding Financial Statements, Due Diligence: How to Research a Stock, 100 Ways to Find Investment Ideas, Investment Wisdom and Gold Production from Beginning to End.
Oliver Juergens is the founder of PearlFisher Investments and the writer of the PearlFisher Newsletter. He can be heard weekly on several radio broadcasts and his newsletter comes out once a week. In addition the PearlFisher website (www.pfiii.com) provides educational material on how to invest and what tools to use. It also gives long-term perspectives on all investment vehicles.
Previously Oliver worked for 18 years in the institutional brokerage business for various firms including UBS, Deutsche Bank and Lehman Brothers.
The Business Insider (TBI) is a business site with deep financial, entertainment, green tech and digital industry verticals. The flagship vertical, Silicon Alley Insider, was launched on July 19, 2007, and led by DoubleClick founders Dwight Merriman and Kevin Ryan and former top-ranked Wall Street analyst Henry Blodget.
One year after launch, two more verticals joined Silicon Alley Insider. Clusterstock is a financial section led by Henry and John Carney, Founding Editor of Dealbreaker.com. The Biz (formerly The Business Sheet) is an entertainment/media-focused endeavor.
A year and a half later, the three sites have relaunched under one brand to focus on building the leading online business news site for the digital age. There are no subscription fees or production delays. The Business Insider is dedicated to aggregating, reporting and analyzing the top news stories across the web and delivering them to you at rapid-fire pace.
Stephen Yu is a CFA Charterholder and the President of Lumen Funds. From October, 1997 through December, 2014, discretionary, unlevered portfolios returned an average of 10.4% annually. The portfolios are long-only and employ value, contrarian, and event-driven strategies. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Russell Bailyn is a Wealth Manager with Premier Financial Advisors, Inc., an independent financial planning and investment advisory firm located in Manhattan. Mr. Bailyn is also a registered representative with First Allied Securities, Inc., a FINRA/SIPC member broker/dealer firm. Mr. Bailyn holds series 7, 63, and 65 licenses along with his Life, Accident, and Health Insurance License. He is currently sitting for the Certified Financial Planner (CFP) designation.
Mr. Bailyn is the author of Navigating the Financial Blogosphere, a personal finance book published by John Wiley & Sons in September, 2007. The book is based on his highly trafficked financial planning blog and addresses commonly asked personal finance questions. The book is available in Barnes & Noble and Borders bookstores in the United States, Canada, and the UK, and on Amazon.com. Mr. Bailyn also writes a personal finance column for the New York Law Journal.
Mr. Bailyn specializes in low-cost portfolio construction, 401k rollovers, and detailed personal financial analysis. His ideas and opinions have been featured in countless publications including Investor’s Business Daily, Wealth Manager Magazine, TheStreet.com, About.com, Forbes.com, Consumer Reports, Seeking Alpha, AM New York, Financial Advisor Magazine, The Journal of Financial Planning, and many others. His professional affiliations include The Author’s Guild and The Financial Planning Association. Mr. Bailyn holds a Bachelor of Science degree from New York University.
He can be reached via e-mail or by calling (212) 752-4343 Ext. 231
Elliott Gue knows energy. Since earning his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of London, Elliott has dedicated himself to learning the ins and outs of this dynamic sector, scouring trade magazines, attending industry conferences, touring facilities and meeting with management teams.
For seven years, Elliott Gue shared his expertise and stock-picking abilities with individual investors through a highly regarded, energy-focused research publication. Elliott Gue’s knowledge of the sector and prescient investment calls prompted the official program of the 2008 G-8 Summit in Tokyo to call him “the world’s leading energy strategist.”
He has also appeared on CNBC and Bloomberg TV and has been quoted in a number of major publications, including Barron’s, Forbes and the Washington Post.
In October 2012, Elliott Gue launched the Energy & Income Advisor (www.EnergyandIncomeAdvisor.com), a semimonthly online newsletter that’s dedicated to uncovering the most profitable opportunities in the energy sector, from growth stocks to high-yielding utilities, royalty trusts and master limited partnerships.
The masthead may have changed, but subscribers can expect the same in-depth analysis and rational assessments of investment opportunities in the energy sector.
Tom Konrad, PhD., CFA is a financial analyst, freelance writer, and portfolio manager specializing in renewable energy and energy efficiency. He is currently looking for a money management firm to sponsor what he believes would be the first dividend income oriented green mutual fund, based on a strategy he has been managing since December 2013.
. He is Editor at AltEnergyStocks.com.
Tom lives in New York's lower Hudson River Valley. He volunteers for the environmental nonprofit community, runs, and is a woodworker. He's currently using those woodworking skills to renovate (and upgrade the energy performance) of the 1930 farmhouse he lives in with his wife.
He can be reached at tom at tom konrad dot com.
Rom Badilla, CFA, is an avid bond trader and former Senior Fixed Income Portfolio Manager with the State Board of Administration of Florida. He had a front row seat to the building up of the real estate and securitizations market bubble and foresaw the subsequent financial crisis. Rom hopes that history does not repeat itself and believes that by empowering investors with knowledge and insight, the global economy can avoid another mishap that derailed many years of economic and social progress.
Rom has more than 17 years of experience in the capital markets and in the investment management industry, specifically in Market Strategy, Portfolio Management, and Bond Trading.
Rom is a member of both the CFA Society of Chicago and the CFA Institute. He is dedicated to evaluating day-to-day and long term market conditions and breaking them down into insightful and thoughtful analysis.
Join Rom every day for market analysis and future trends on the Street.
Kevin Grewal is the founder, editor and publisher of ETF Tutor as well as serves as the editor at www.SmartStops.net, where he focuses on mitigating risk and implementing exit strategies to preserve equity. Additionally, he is the editor at The ETF Institute, which is the only independent organization providing financial professionals with certification, education, and training pertaining to exchange-traded funds (ETFs). Prior to this, Grewal was an analyst at a small hedge fund where he constructed portfolios dealing with stock lending, exchange-traded funds, arbitrage mechanisms and alternative investments. He is an expert at dealing with ETFs and holds a bachelor's degree from the University of California along with a MBA from the California State University, Fullerton.
Old Trader is a 63 year old private investor, managing a retirement portfolio constructed to a) generate a high current yield, b) preserve capital, and c) increase capital. His methodology involves taking a "top down" macro view to identify favorable trends, and then engage in fundamental analysis at the company level to identify "best of breed" companies that will benefit from those trends. He employs some simple TA to help determine favorable entry and exit points for positions.
The ultimate goal is the construction of an "absolute return" portfolio, fully recognizing that such a portfolio will lag in a strong bull market, but will result in much smoother returns, a characteristic he feels is critical for retirement accounts.
Founder and moderator of Chicagoland Investors' Group. Monthly Sunday brunch meetings to discuss markets and investing/trading strategies.
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Three out of four major stock market declines (-20% or more) have occurred during economic recessions. Recovering from these big losses can be a difficult and more importantly, stressful endeavor. With that in mind, doesn’t it make sense to have two game plans? One to grow wealth in favorable periods and another to protect during recession led bear markets? We think so… and this is precisely the All-Season investment approach we utilize. We invest on behalf of individuals, organizations, and financial advisors that appreciate a conservative and active investment style that aims to deliver consistent results without taking undue risk.
Since late 2006, Davy Bui has publicly posted stock picks, research reports and market commentary on his Enlightened American blog, outpacing the market by 9%, 13.5% and 17% in 2007, 2008 and 2009 respectively (http://www.enlightened-american.com/wealth/portfolio.html). Adapting a value-based approach, he evaluates general investment strategies and specific stock recommendations by combining macro-economic themes, fundamental analysis, delegation by emphasizing good management teams and risk mitigation via margin-of-safety requirements. Contact him at this page: http://www.enlightened-american.com/contact.html