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Dan Ramsden has been active in finance, markets and strategy, at global institutions as well as boutique firms, for over twenty years. He has covered the media and technology segments, through their transformations and transitions, since the mid-‘90s, and has been involved in private and public, equity and debt, early- and late-stage, investment and acquisition transactions, as principal and advisor. Most recently he established CoRise (www.coriseco.com), a New York merchant banking platform to participate in the evolution of connected systems at the intersection of media, technology, and commerce.
The people of Yankee Group are the global connectivity experts–the leading source of insight and counsel trusted by builders, operators and users of connectivity solutions for nearly 40 years. We are uniquely focused on the evolution of Anywhere connectivity, and chart the pace of technology change and its effect on networks, consumers and enterprises. Headquartered in Boston, Yankee Group has a global presence, including operations in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Latin America and Asia-Pacific.
I write The 5th Column, a weekly research product which goes to a number of institutional clients around the world. I seek to supply my clients with heretical opinions and facts that can give them a more informed view of the world. 5th Columnideas is completely independent and therefore does not have to provide research that requires the approval of corporate financiers, or dissenting colleagues.
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I graudated summa cum laude with a M.S (Accounting & Information Analysis) and a B.S. (Finance & Accounting). I have over four years of financial markets experience. I actively follow equities with a focus on technology, high yield, and value stocks. In addition, I focus on conservative option strategies such as covered calls and cash secured puts to generate additional income in an effort to outperform the market.
Mr. Muller received a BA in Business with emphasis in finance from Rhodes College. He is also a graduate of Kimball Union Academy, a New England Preparatory School in Meriden, NH.
Mr. Muller is currently a candidate for the CFA designation. His work experience includes the banking industry and Mortgage Trading. He tends to follow a value/ growth at reasonable price strategy and spends time creating valuation models in MS Excel.
Additionally, he tries to incorporate investor psychology and behavioral finance to explain deviations of stock prices from their intrinsic value.
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