I'm a member of the Investor Relations team at Callinex Mines Inc. Feel free to get in touch here or on any of our other Social Media profiles for more information about the company and our progress.
Chris Ciovacco is the founder and CEO of Ciovacco Capital Management (CCM), an independent money management firm serving individual investors nationwide. The thoroughly researched and backtested CCM Market Model answers these important questions: (1) How much should we allocate to risk assets?, (2) How much should we allocate to conservative assets?, (3) What are the most attractive risk assets?, and (4) What are the most attractive conservative assets?
Chris is an expert in identifying the best ETFs from a wide variety of asset classes, including stocks, bonds, commodities, and precious metals. The CCM Market Model compares over 130 different ETFs to identify the most attractive risk-reward opportunities.
Chris graduated summa cum laude from The Georgia Institute of Technology with a co-operative degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering. Prior to founding Ciovacco Capital Management in 1999, Mr. Ciovacco worked as a Financial Advisor for Morgan Stanley in Atlanta for five years earning a strong reputation for his independent research and high integrity. While at Georgia Tech, he gained valuable experience working as a co-op for IBM (1985-1990). During his time with Morgan Stanley, Chris received extensive training which included extended stays in NYC at the World Trade Center.
His areas of expertise include technical analysis and market model development. CCM’s popular weekly technical analysis videos on YouTube have been viewed over 700,000 times. Chris’ years of experience and research led to the creation of the thoroughly backtested CCM Market Model, which serves as the foundation for the management of separate accounts for individuals and businesses.
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I am an extreme contrarian investor, aquarium hobbyist and health-food guzzler. Let it be known that I intend to examine opinions, and see if they can be backed up with evidence. Also, I try to be as easy going as possible, but apologize in advance for any unholy rambling rants that occur while I write an article under the influence of coffee.
I realize that there is a lack of understanding regarding the basic tenants of economics. As such I hope to be able to explain concepts in an easily accessible manner that will allow people to figure out if policies are beneficial in the short run, long run, or not at all.
Feel free to check out my articles about layman economics on the Business Times http://www.btinvest.com.sg/blogs/filter/by_reporter?id=1621
The author is running the precious metals portal GoldSilverWorlds.com. He holds a university degree in Applied Economics. He is dedicated to help people understand the real benefits of owning gold and silver, by explaining their monetary and economic value in applying it to today's market trends.
The author has a particular interest in gold and silver in the ground. He remains on the outlook for the most promising mining companies in the mid-tier and junior segment. He has a special interest in exploration companies and juniors with the potential to become producers.
Jason Hamlin is the founder of Gold Stock Bull and publishes a highly-rated investment newsletter focused on strategies for profiting in the bull markets in gold, silver, energy and agriculture. Mr. Hamlin has a background analyzing charts and trends for the world’s largest market research company, is versed in fundamental and technical analysis and has consulted to Fortune 500 companies around the globe. Jason is a cycles investor, student of Austrian economics and speaks regularly at investment conferences throughout North America. The Gold Stock Bull newsletter is focused on finding junior mining companies that are undervalued relative to their peers.
I only look at stocks that have the possibility to double over a twelve month period and stocks in which the risk/reward ratio payout is high. In addition I focus on swing trade opportunities.
I focus more on valuations and risk/reward metrics as opposed to what make companies tick.
I have been a professional investor for over 20 years and during the past several years an economics analyst and financial writer for capital.gr, the biggest economic news portal in Greece.
I have managed money from time to time and have also done some seed venture capital projects in the past.
Daniel Gschwend is a director and portfolio manager working for an independent wealth management company serving families, trusts, private- and institutional investors (pension funds). Daniel Gschwend is often referred to in different national and international (e.g. Bloomberg) news channels. Daniel Gschwend is committed to a conservative, value-based investment approach with systematic execution. Daniel Gschwend has a strong track record for managing absolute return portfolios with a conservative strategy. Additionally, Daniel has a particularly deep knowledge in managing subordinated bond portfolios.
I am a former investment advisor and owner of several businesses, and consequently everything related to business - including investing, macro-economics, and emerging products and services come under my research and interests radar.
The most interesting and important to me are the entertainment industry, commodities, BRICs, and the impact of loose money policies on businesses and investors.
These days I invest only for myself, while continuing to write on a variety of financial and economic topics.
Gold Stock Trades Editor Jeb Handwerger is a highly sought-after stock analyst syndicated internationally and known throughout the financial industry for his accurate and timely analysis of the equities markets, particularly the metals and mining sector. Subscribe to his FREE Newsletter right now at: http://goldstocktrades.com.
The Market Flash is a successful individual investor who believes in free markets and the progress to humanity that free markets bring. The Market Flash has worked for Silicon Valley technology companies and Financial Institutions doing software development for 30 years. In The Market Flash's current position, he does not work on investment systems nor make investment decisions. The Market Flash has an MBA in Finance/Accounting/Computer and Information Systems from UCLA, and attended but did not complete the PhD program in economics at UCLA. The Market Flash's main writing focus is economic theory applied to investing and the intersection of finance and technology. The Market Flash played the dot com boom correctly, and was early to the game and had timely exit strategies in emerging markets (he calls this an ex-communist play), energy, and treasury inflation protected securities. The Market Flash is one of a dying breed of renaissance people (someone who is well versed in many different subject areas) in this era of increased specialization. The Market Flash combined his knowledge of Finance, Mathematics, and Computer Programming to create the Investment Return iPhone app. Investment Return shows you how you are doing with your investments using financially correct compound interest calculations, and has a future value calculator that shows you what your retirement nest egg will be to the day. You can review this innovative product below on my Seeking Alpha profile page.
The reports that I write are my personal research and opinions. They are not associated with any firm or organization, and are not intended to be taken as investment recommendations or advice. They combine my passions of economics, finance, writing and education, and are intended mostly as educational material. I attempt to write the articles in an easy to understand down to earth style in an effort to help others with their research. This is my effort to bring understandable and educational professional quality research to the public at large free of charge.
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BS Business, Majored in Finance and Economics, Miami University
MA Economics w/ Managerial and International Emphasis, University of Oklahoma
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Past: Mutual Fund Portfolio Manager of Family of Mutual Funds
Past: CIO of Mid-Sized Investment Management Firm
Professional: CFA Charterholder
Please note that the content of this site should not be construed as investment advice, nor do the opinions expressed necessarily reflect the views of CFA Institute.
I'm a trader who trades both short-term and long-term. I started my career as a day-trader for a trading firm, but then turned to longer time frames and went on my own to manage my portfolio.
I use technical analysis as well as fundamental analysis in my research.
Came of age as tricky Dick separated USD from gold and poofed the petro dollar.
Today, in my seventh decade, and able to write, I was fortunate to report on what interested me; silver & gold and critical resource mining, and the people in the shadows of the head frames with skin in the game. Capitalism is a favorite power tool though it doesn't cut it like it used to. Proponent of sound money, actual free markets, and long walks on the beach.
Motto: buy and hold physical silver.
Inactive of late because I don't advocate buying stocks - of any kind, but that's just me.
Wishing everyone peace and prosperity in the times ahead.
Nico is chief editor of Dutch online investment magazine beurswijzer.com and has 20 years of experience in the financial markets as a trader, analyst, trainer and publisher. Beurswijzer.com is following up on over 600 stocks from the Netherlands, Belgium, Europe, USA and the rest of the world.
Beurswijzer.com has 30 years of experience and manages an own stock portfolio. The average yield for the past 30 years was 9.5% p/a. net.
I have a PhD in Finance (ABD), a Masters in Economics, and a B.S. in Industrial Engineering. All three of my degrees have largely been focused on data analysis, and that’s what most of my work experience has dealt with. I’m a professor at a major US university now where I teach classes on data analysis and do research on the financial markets, but before that I worked for a major Wall Street bank as a bond trader, and before that I worked for a hedge fund as a quant developing investment strategies.
I am an experienced retail investor (10+ years) also with extensive industry experience. I tend to follow contrarian strategies, but also have begun to pay attention to capital flows and behavioural finance.
Long term buyer and holder of silver. I still have silver from when it used to be the actual US money- when it had intrinsic value. I plan to hold it and hopefully accumulate more. Began investing and charting on paper in the late 1980's (hey, a computer cost $5000 then). On Gold: it's not that I am such a die-hard gold bug, it's more that I'm a big government and Federal Reserve pessimist and realist. The 10 cent candy bars I used to buy after school in 1961 when I was 10 now cost about $1.50. I have lived through the 90% decline of the Dollar. Thank you Federal Reserve.
Simon is an incoming fourth year student at the University of British Columbia. His strong interest in the capital markets was realized through case competitions, finance mentorship programs, and articles written on his previous blog channel. Simon recently interned at a private equity firm where he researched extensively on incorporated businesses in British Columbia, and is currently interning at a boutique investment bank focusing on small-cap companies. His true passion lies with people, and sourcing and creating deals including M&A, IPO, and Private Equity deals.
Founded in 2003, StockPromoters.com has tracked hundreds of thousands of promotions by thousands of promoters and counting.
Stock Promotion can be an effective and necessary tool if done correctly and responsibly, and it can be crippling to both the public company and the promoter if done recklessly.
StockPromoters.com Tracks thousands of promoters. We display their compensation and we know if they are actually the ones behind that public company despite what they may or may not disclose to the public.
We cut through the tape and get right to the heart of the matter.
What is the purpose of the promotion?
Is it being done to increase shareholder and corporate value in order to better serve the public company?
Or is it to create liquidity so insiders and “friendly” shareholders can unload their position?
Does the promoter have any "skin in the game”?
Are they paid in Cash? Free Trading Stock? Restricted Stock?
Will he be selling his stock, or holding it for the long term?
Do they believe in the company they're promoting?
What can you expect form this promoter?
Is this a "Pump and Dump”, or is this a gradual marketing campaign to attract new shareholders?
Do you want to know who the best promoters are and who you should be following?
Do you want to know who the worst is and who you should avoid like the plague?
All of this and more is answered by utilizing our proprietary stock promotion tracking system which is behind the StockPromoters.com website.
Former broker, now an independent analyst/writer on Seeking Alpha and founder and editor of the Growth Stock Forum. Focusing on small-cap, mid-cap and biotech stocks. Looking for substantial sales and earnings growth potential and seeking the best risk-adjusted returns from my stock selection. Taking advantage of medium to long-term momentum.
My articles represent my personal opinion and analysis and should not be regarded as investment advice in any way. Readers and subscribers should do their own due diligence and/or consult their financial advisor before making decisions to buy or sell securities. Trading and investing include risks, including loss of principal.
Exclusive research: http://seekingalpha.com/author/oneil-trader/research
Craig Brockie is a contrarian investment advisor in Beverly Hills, who provides wealth management services to high net worth clients. He prefers to bill his clients solely based on performance, getting paid only for results.
Ian Wyatt is an active investor, a well-regarded investment expert and an Internet entrepreneur. He is the Chief Investment Strategist at Wyatt Investment Research, and plays a leading role in each of the company’s investment newsletters and trading services.As a well-regarded market expert, Ian has written for Marketwatch, Zacks Investment Research, Seeking Alpha, Yahoo! Finance and The Burlington Free Press. He has been interviewed or quoted in articles in well-known publications including AOL Finance Blogging Stocks, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine, Barron Magazine, Barrons.com, Forbes.com, The Dick Davis Digest, The Dick Davis Income Digest, The Wall Street Transcript, TheStockAdvisors.com, Money Show Digest, The New Jersey Star Ledger, The Wisconsin State Journal and The Seattle Times.
In 1998, Ian combined two of his passions, stocks and the Internet, with the launch of a free investment web site with expert advice about investing in stocks.
Ian founded Business Financial Publishing and Wyatt Investment Research in 2001, publishing investment newsletters for individual investors. Since then, the company has evolved into an Internet content company publishing e-letters, special reports, newsletters, trading services and financial web sites.
Business Financial Publishing was named #185 on the 2008 Inc. Magazine Inc. 500 list of the fastest growing companies in the United States, achieving a 3-year growth rate of 1,303%. The company currently reaches over one million individual investors weekly through its free e-letters.
His first book, The Small-Cap Investor: Secrets to Winning Big with Small-Cap Stocks, was published by John Wiley & Sons in September 2009. Ian lives in the Green Mountains of Vermont with his wife Carrie.
I'm A 31 Year-Old Stay-At Home Mom, Who Enjoys Writing About And Establishing Income-Driven Strategies Within Numerous Sectors. My Husband And I Are Happily Married (January 2015) And I Currently Reside In The Greater New York Area.
I am an individual investor with over 15 years experience in the stock and options markets. I focus on the precious metals, energy, and tech sectors. I believe that there are always opportunities in any kind of market, and I actively look for strategies to take advantage of these opportunities. My long-term outlook is that stock and commodity prices will go higher, and bond prices will go lower. Some of the investing principles that I follow include (1) taking what the market gives you, (2) investing where you have a competitive advantage, (3) having a plan in case a stock goes up or down, and (4) investing only when the odds are in your favor.
Stone Fox Capital Advisors is a registered investment advisor founded in 2010. The firm offers portfolio management with a focus on opportunistic stocks providing secular growth trends at an affordable value. An emphasis is placed on fundamental analysis though charts are used for timing entry and exit points.
Mark Holder graduated from the University of Tulsa with a double major in accounting & finance. He's been interested in the stock market since college and began managing investments for friends and family more than 20 years ago. Mark has his Series 65 and is also a CPA.
Invest with Stone Fox Capital's model portfolios on Covestor.com as he makes real time trades. Covestor also allows followers to duplicate the model portfolio in their own brokerage accounts. You can find the portfolio and more details here:
Follow Mark on twitter: @stonefoxcapital
Providing long and short ideas blending macro, seasonality, technical and financial analysis. Preparing for the CFA Level 1 exam in June 2017.
Self-starter, independent, creative.
Looking for an internship opportunity in the investment industry in the Boston Metro Area.
Efsinvestment.com website offers simple do-it-yourself type of investment ideas. You can download excel files that can easily calculate the Fair Value of a stock, along with O-Metrix score and Margin of Safety.
Investment philosophy is to first determine the maximum loss, and invest accordingly. Like many value investors, we prefer to invest in stocks with the highest dividend yields, and highest EPS growth potentials. Telecommunication and energy stocks in emerging markets are among the favorites.
Seeking Alpha offers a great opportunity to become a part of a strong finance network. Based on extensive quantitative analysis, in any market, going short is risky. Statistical analysis shows that technical indicators work only if they are strong enough to convince the majority of the investors. Do not buy a stock at the top, do not sell a stock at the dip.
Interested in technology and financial markets. Undergrad in engineering, MS in Comp Sci and an MBA in finance. Building tools for individual investors to make more informed decisions about the stocks and mutual funds they choose.
Identify businesses that have long-term sustainable growth opportunities and are trading at a good value.
Has 16 years of investment experience. Holds Bachelors Degree in Business and minor in Economics. Holds special interest in options trading and hedging strategies utilizing options. Resides in the USA
The best way to contact Clay is here at SA messaging.