M.E. Garza is one of the founders of the biotech and healthcare sector news portal BioMedReports.com. He believes in getting the news from credible sources on the street and often reaches out to CEOs and newsmakers directly for interviews and discussions about their companies. Since he began publishing in 2008, Garza has built a reputation as a writer and reporter who can move markets. His track record for accurately reporting rumors and alerting readers about developments in the biotech/healthcare sector is unmatched during that time.
Penny Stocks Alerts is an online community that provides to its members alerts on solid penny stocks that are poised to provide tremendous rewards. Penny Stocks Alerts also provides its visitors with guides and information on penny stocks, as well as effective tools and tips in order to become an successful penny stock trader. Our experienced team of experts everyday are doing the dirty-work of carefully scanning all types of penny stocks in order to pick out only the ones they feel have sound fundamentals and are ready for take-off. Our recent alerts have moved up over 500%. Our mission is to provide our members with speedy penny stock alerts before other investors get the tip-off, as well as offering effective tips on how to be savvy penny stock traders.
I've taught thousands of people from all over the world the FOUS4 stock trading strategy. Some that i have mastered for nearly a decade. I live and breath the stock market. Its my goal to teach you to create your own success like i have for myself. I Created a trading system call thed FOUS4. I sell a training package as well as teach in real time @ my website FOUSALERTS.com
CVTrader is a self-taught investor who started trading in early 2000 at the height of the tech bubble. Having learned many lessons in the subsequent downward ride, he adopted a value-oriented, comparative analysis-guided investing strategy. With a Ph.D. in biological science and working experience in the biotech/pharmaceutical industry, he pays special attention to small- and mid-cap biopharmaceutical companies with innovative products and solid balance sheets.
At the same time, he does recognize that equity trading is not an exact science, and that market can be irrational at times, so he also employs other techniques mainly leveraged ETFs to capitalize on short-term market swings.
Penny stocks have been my addiction for over 10 years now. If played cautiously enough, they can lead to good money and a lot of fun. I view them as a trip to the casino with just a bit better odds. I'm not a professional broker. I'm just a weathered trader voicing my opinions and have not been paid to make any posts.
Mark's mutual fund is launching December 15, 2011.
He is a self taught private investor who operates the website Fund My Mutual Fund (http://fundmymutualfund.com); a daily mix of market, economic, and stock specific commentary. Fascinated by the market since an early age, he discovered mutual funds as a teenager in the 80s and moved to equities by the mid 90s. The origin of the website is/was to leverage the power of the internet in developing a transparent track record to attract investors for his potential "long/short" mutual fund.
His equity focus is identifying secular growth trends and the companies most likely to benefit from these macro trends. Stocks are identified through fundamental analysis, although basic technical analysis is used in determining entry and exit points. You can receive Trader Mark's latest posts daily by subscribing free via RSS reader (http://feeds.feedburner.com/FundMyMutualFund) or subscribing free via email (http://www.feedburner.com/fb/a/emailverifySubmit?feedId=1109639).
With a degree in economics from the University of Michigan, a broader understanding of the economy as a whole, along with interpreting investor psychology, is also a major interest for Mark. To follow on Twitter, username: fundmyfund
J. Stephen Castellano founded the investment research and strategy consulting firm Ascendere Associates in 2009, building upon a diversified 20-year career in sell side and buy side equity research. His roles included coverage of the steel industry at PaineWebber and telecom services at Warburg Dillon Read (the predecessors to UBS), where he worked closely with institutional sales people, traders and investment bankers. In addition, he provided analytical support for numerous independent valuation, consulting and investment banking studies, including for mergers, secondary offerings and IPOs.
I am an independent investor writing at Scott's Investments (http://www.scottsinvestments.com). My site is dedicated to discussing and publicly tracking historically successful investments strategies and sharing free investment resources. I emphasize empirical, historical, and quantitative analysis, portfolio strategies for individual investors and technical analysis.
I have quickly become a highly-rated site on Investimonials, http://www.investimonials.com/blogs/reviews-scottsinvestmentsgmailcom.aspx
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.
James Brumley began his investment career as a broker with a prominent Wall Street firm. The core principles behind the advice he was dispensing as an adviser were diversifying, buying stocks with good fundamentals, and thinking long-term. Though the principles were sound, he soon realized they were incomplete in terms of generating and preserving his clients' wealth. He then moved on to become an analyst - and eventually the director of research - for a reputable subscription-based trading newsletter focused on technical analysis. As editor of the Small Cap Network newsletter, Brumley now follows both schools of thought in complimentary ways. His philosophy is simply that fundamentals tell you which stocks to buy or sell and technical analysis tells you when to buy or sell them.
The Applied Finance Group (AFG) helps investment advisors, institutional investment, consulting, corporate firms globally in accurately measuring corporate performance and identifying mispriced equities. AFG developed its proprietary framework, Economic Margin, to correct distortions created by traditional accounting-based analysis. The Economic Margin Framework is more than just a performance metric, as it encompasses a valuation system that explicitly addresses the four main value drivers of enterprise value: profitability, competition, growth, and cost of capital. Unlike traditional valuation approaches that utilize highly sensitive perpetuity assumptions, AFG’s approach incorporates company specific competitive advantage periods which identify companies that may lose excess returns over time faster than their competitors.
With the tag line "Seeking Prosperity One Tiny Stock At A Time", the Microcap Speculator writes some of the sharpest insight we've seen on small and microcap stocks. The Microcap Speculator writes across a range of industries, and covers macro trends among micro stocks as well. Visit his site: The Microcap Speculator (http://microcapspeculator.net/)
Mr. Hui has been involved in the equity markets since 1980, both on the buy side and the sell side. He is a CFA Charterholder, and has presented numerous papers to quantitative discussion groups (Sample topics include: How Global are Resource Sectors).