Edward Graham is Senior Analyst/Consultant, previously responsible for all healthcare positions in the UBS U.S. Small Cap Funds. He has 13 years of buy-side experience in Healthcare with a specialty in Medical Devices and Biotech investing. While at UBS, he developed a unique biotech investment strategy that captured alpha and reduced event risk. The strategy involved buying a basket of small cap biotech stocks with strong cash positions, diverse pipelines, and solid management teams. Edward is dedicated to growth investing with expertise as a partner for an independent asset management boutique and as an investment team member for a multinational financial institution. Unique accomplishments include driving the growth of a start-up investment firm from $250M to $2B in AUM.
My name is Dr Kanak Kanti De, MBBS, MD, PhD, retired medical practitioner, cancer survivor, healthcare sector investor, over 30 years' experience in the sector both in India and the United States. I write/have written on Motley Fool, SeekingAlpha, Benzinga, and on Forbes. I am consistently ranked high on TipRanks, although I don't like their ranking system. My portfolio has consistently beat the various indices for years. Email me to discuss my articles, or for just an adda (Bengali for informal chat) firstname.lastname@example.org.
Todd Walker is the Executive Director and Chief Strategist at HedgeTracker, where he is responsible for overseeing research, analytics and business development. He has particular expertise in investments that are popular among elite hedge fund managers, shareholder activists and green/sustainability-oriented investors. Prior to joining HedgeTracker in 2003, Mr. Walker headed up a hedge fund research team at a Fortune 1000 financial firm.
I enjoy analyzing the financial health of companies and pointing out areas the market is either not recognizing or ignoring. A long time investor, I put my money where my mouth is. That's why I'm passionate about my positions. I trumpet companies I believe in and back my articles up with data and graphs.
Brandon Matthews (pseudonym) is the founder of SatwavesPro.com, which was borne of his desire to help retail investors after witnessing the continually changing ways that Wall Street can cheat them. Brandon has worked for Monroe Parker Investment Bankers, Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, American Express Financial Advisors, David Lerner Associates and a private equity firm as a stock and bond broker.
Brandon held Series 7, 63, 65, 31, Life, Health, Variable Annuity and Variable Life Securities and Insurance Licenses and was a registered investment advisor in New York, New Jersey, Florida and Connecticut.
Brandon combines an expertise in point & figure technical analysis with basic fundamental research to provide actionable recommendations.
Brandon is a Gold Level Contributor to Seeking Alpha and a top ranked author, had a significant role as an expert in the documentary Stock Shock, and is working on his first book.
Tom Galvin has 26 years of Wall Street experience including 10 years as a highly rated sell side tech analyst at Lehman Brothers, Smith Barney; 15 years as a buyside analyst, director of research, portfolio manager and Chief Investment Office at Forstmann Leff and UBS; Managing Partner at Galvin Asset Management - long/short global equity and all cap growth portfolios.
I am an individual investor passionate the markets with a track record of finding creative opportunities to profit from macroeconomic trends.
The Lockstep Investing (http://lockstep-investing.blogspot.com/) blog is written to speculate on macroeconomic trends in the stock market. The posts will to recommend positions with a 12-18 month time horizon for returns. The blog posts will serve as an advertisement for the Lockstep Investing Newsletter that is available for subscription by contacting email@example.com.
The author is not a certified investment advisor and investors should always do their own research before investing in any security.
Scott Grannis was Chief Economist from 1989 to 2007 at Western Asset Management Company, a Pasadena-based manager of fixed-income funds for institutional investors around the globe. He was a member of Western's Investment Strategy Committee, was responsible for developing the firm's domestic and international outlook, and provided consultation and advice on investment and asset allocation strategies to CFOs, Treasurers, and pension fund managers. He specialized in analysis of Federal Reserve policy and interest rate forecasting, and spearheaded the firm's research into Treasury Inflation Protected Securities (TIPS). Prior to joining Western Asset, he was Senior Economist at the Claremont Economics Institute, an economic forecasting and consulting service headed by John Rutledge, from 1980 to 1986. From 1986 to 1989, he was Principal at Leland O'Brien Rubinstein Associates, a financial services firm that specialized in sophisticated hedging strategies for institutional investors.
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After earning an undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania and two master degrees (a Master in Public Policy and a Master in Business Administration) from the University of Texas at Austin, J.S. Kim started working within the Private Wealth Management division of one of the largest financial institutions in America. In 2005, dissatisfied with the ethics of the commercial investment industry and to be able to serve his clients in a manner consistent with his own commitment to integrity and honor, JS left the corporate world behind to launch his own company, SmartKnowledgeU™ (http://smartknowledgeu.com/), a fiercely independent investment research, consulting and education firm in 2006.