The Dorsey Wright Money Management team is composed of Michael Moody, Harold Parker, John Lewis, Andy Hyer, and JP Lee.
Mr. Moody and Mr. Parker, Senior Portfolio Managers, joined Dorsey Wright Money Management in 1994.
John Lewis, Portfolio Manager, joined the team in 2002. Andy Hyer, Marketing Coordinator, joined in 2004. JP Lee, the most recent addition, came aboard in early 2008 in a client services role.
Founded in 1939, Neuberger Berman is a private, independent, employee-owned investment manager. The firm manages equities, fixed income, private equity and hedge fund portfolios for institutions and advisors worldwide. With offices in 19 countries, Neuberger Berman’s team is approximately 2,000 professionals and the company was named by Pensions & Investments as a “Best Place to Work in Money Management” for three consecutive years. Tenured, stable and long-term in focus, the firm fosters an investment culture of fundamental research and independent thinking.
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Adam has over twenty five years’ experience in capital markets and investment management, in a career that has involved proprietary trading desks, commodity trading advisors, sovereign wealth funds and private offices. During this time he has had trading book P&L responsibility, in addition to setting up and managing offices of regulated global financial entities in the UAE.
I am an MBA finance who worked as a stock adviser in an NY-based brokerage firm from 2003 to 2012 covering tech stocks. Currently I am working in an Asia-based investment bank as a sell side analyst.
As an individual investor, I generally focus on companies undergoing transition. My investment approach involves deriving value from transition, such as companies changing their business model, turnaround stories, merger and acquisition opportunities, and spin-offs.
SGprivatewealthbanker is a well-experienced Equity Fund Manager with over 17 years of working experience, surpassing given benchmarks in managing large international institutional/retail & high-net worth individuals’ accounts. He is highly sought after for his adept understanding of the major financial asset classes (bonds; equities, commodities; currencies) on a global basis and is able to offer global bespoke investment strategies to high-net worth individuals as well as deliver high quality wealth management reports and presentations. Prior to moving to Singapore as a Portfolio Manager, he managed global resources fund as well as Europe Equity Quantitative Find and was Buy-side Analyst at Banque Privée Edmond de Rothschild Europe (LCF Rothschild Luxembourg), responsible for stock picking European equities for Bank’s private client portfolio. He also managed Equity Fund invested in DM and EM companies with significant exposure to the Emerging Consumption thematic for SMBC Nikko. Laurent has a Master of Science in Business Engineering from Solvay Business School in Brussels, Belgium.
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Interests: Investing and trading in bonds, options, and stocks.
Overview: As my user phrase implies, 'The Long Tail of Finance' can cover pretty much any topic within finance. That is: corporate finance, quantitative finance, and personal finance. However, in order to cater to Seeking Alpha's audience I will mainly focus on personal finance topics (i.e. investing & trading), and post original research supported by numerical analysis in hopes of presenting something both interesting and useful to the reader.
My instablog postings will primarily consist of what are called "working papers". I therefore welcome your feedback/comments since I don't as yet have a writing partner or someone who can act as a literary referee. By posting my work online it's my hope that you, the reader, can provide constructive feedback on my current posts as well as make suggestions for future research topics.
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Contributor to Marketwatch, Financial Sense, Minyanville, and Business Insider.
Web publisher since 2000. Extensive coverage of Fed Operations since 2002.
Janus Capital Group Inc. (JCG) is a global investment firm dedicated to delivering better outcomes for clients through a broad range of actively managed investment solutions, including fixed income, equity, alternative and multi-asset class strategies. It does so through a number of distinct investment platforms, including investment teams within Janus Capital Management LLC (Janus), as well as INTECH Investment Management LLC (INTECH) and Perkins Investment Management LLC (Perkins), in addition to a suite of exchange-traded products under the VelocityShares brand as well as global macro fixed income products under the Kapstream brand. Each team brings distinct asset class expertise, perspective, style-specific experience and a disciplined approach to risk. Investment strategies are offered through open-end funds domiciled in both the U.S. and offshore, as well as through separately managed accounts, collective investment trusts and exchange-traded products.
ADS Insights provides insights into stocks and helps investors to make better decisions. Our writers collaborate, research, and offer their unique perspectives on various stocks in disparate industries.
Our writers from time to time may take opposing views on an investment. We may combine these viewpoints into one article or publish them separately, while letting readers know the differing opinions between the writers. If this is the case, we hope you get greater perspective and it makes your opinion on the investment in question more resolute on either side of the trade.
I'm a portfolio manager within the European Equities team at a mid-sized asset manager. Under my coverage is the financial sector (including Banks, Insurance, Real Estate and Diversified Financials) on a Pan-European basis (Eurozone, UK, Switzerland and Scandinavia).
Previously, I've worked as a generalist buy-side financial analyst, covering equities, fixed income and derivatives.
Hong Kong SFC licensed professional in investment advisory and asset management. Over 35 years combined experience in investment banking and fund management business, specialising in Hong Kong/China as well as Asia ex-Japan equity
Surgeon with a highly varied background. Mixture of buy and hold equities and higher risk securities and LEAP calls.
The picture is James K. Polk; one of our most successful and underrated presidents. Ran for office stating he would accomplish 4 things. Accomplished all four, died shortly after his term completely exhausted.
Our mission is to help investors create reliable investment income regardless of market conditions.
Our method for creating income involves selling option contracts which allow investors to collect instant payments in their brokerage accounts.
When used properly, this method allows investors to generate strong investment returns while taking on less risk than traditional investment strategies of buying and holding shares of stock.
We have spent more than 15 years of experience as a hedge fund manager, using our income strategy to generate reliable returns for high net worth clients. We also have 8 years of experience managing content for a financial publishing group, focusing on income-generating strategies that can be used by individuals in their retirement or taxable brokerage accounts.
Managing risk is a top priority for us, as income simply cannot be generated if investors loose a substantial portion of their account value. Our thorough research ensures that we are investing in high-quality stocks with solid fundamentals, and our tactical strategy of selling option contracts gives us a risk buffer so that we can generate income even if our stock selections do not move in our favor.
Market Anthropology is an independent journal of financial market research, produced and edited by Erik Swarts. The work provides a unique and novel perspective on global capital markets -- including equities, commodities, currencies, and yields. A wide ranging composite read of both quantitative insights, the journal offers intuitive market research and timely commentary.
I am a retired global analyst, currently busy in investing and writing articles about stocks at several investing publications and websites. I have also developed strategies for creating winning portfolios according to specific formulas.
In January 2015, I was ranked among the world’s top 10 financial bloggers according to TipRanks, which holds financial experts accountable for their recommendations by disclosing their stock ratings since 2009:
Simply Wall St is a visual investing app that makes the stock market more accessible. It does this by analysing data on listed stocks and presenting it in an easy to understand format, with a heavy use of visuals and infographics. The app addresses a common misunderstanding that due to the complexities of the stock market it is out of reach of the average consumer.
Private investment analyst and writer with an interest in companies with emerging technologies oriented towards improving healthcare, alternative investments, emerging markets, and technology.
Futron Investment Ltd is a startup investment company located in Hong Kong. Our primary focus is on the China A-share equity market. We have extensive experience and long exposure in all China, Hong Kong and and US markets.
Over the last decade, Marin Katusa has worked directly with and financed many companies of well-known individuals in the resource industry and has become one of the most trusted and well connected dealmakers in the junior resource sector.
‘One of the most trusted and well connected dealmakers in the junior resource sector.’
During this time, he has become one of the most successful portfolio managers in the resource sector, such as his 2009 Fund Partnership (KC50 Fund, LLC) which has outperformed the comparable index, the TSX-V by over 600%.
Due to the current opportunities in the beaten down resource sector, Marin has decided to focus on maximizing the investment opportunities he see’s available in the current resource sector.
Marin will continue to provide his well sought after research reports and original ideas that thousands of investors and speculators have followed over the last decade. He is also the author of a New York Times Bestseller. All of this and more will be provided on this website (www.katusaresearch.com).
I am a policy risk analyst with more than 25 years of experience in China's political economy. I believe in looking beyond the spreadsheet to identify the wider issues leading to policy change - and what that means for investment decisions in a market where the stock index is more responsive to the velocity of political gossip than the velocity of money.
I'm a capital projects manager and process design engineer at a large-cap biotech company. I love the financial world because it is like one big puzzle and I hope we the Seeking Alpha Community help each other out to solve the puzzle to help us realize our dreams.
I am a lecturer at the University of Economics in Bratislava, department of Banking and International Finance. I have a Ph.D. academic degree, my dissertation was focused on commodity markets. Commodities and stock markets are also the main focus of my research and publication activitities.
I have approximately 10 years of investing experiences. My investments mostly focus on small- to mid-cap companies of resource sector, utilities and biotechnologies. I prefer long positions. I never short.
W. Joseph Block is the President and CIO of W.G. Investment Research LLC (@WG_investments). Mr. Block is a CPA with 5 years of experience in public accounting, and 2+ years of experience in the financial services industry. Mr. Block earned his Master of Accountancy degree in 2008 and his B.S. in Business Management in 2007.
Mr. Block has 10+ years of investing experience, and has been intrigued by the market from the start. Over the years, Mr. Block has learned that long-term investing is a discipline that, if followed, will help contribute to building lasting wealth. As such, most of Mr. Block's articles will be about the investments that he plans to hold for at least 3 to 5 years as long as the company's 'story' does not change. As a Seeking Alpha contributor, Mr. Block's main goal is to write about the companies that are key to his portfolio with the hope of promoting discussion (for or against the investment) from others within the SA community.
Please visit my website for more information about W.G. Investment Research LLC.
James Picerno is a financial journalist who has been writing about finance and investment theory for more than twenty years. He writes for trade magazines read by financial professionals and financial advisers. Over the years, he’s written for the Wall Street Journal, Barron’s, Bloomberg Markets, Mutual Funds, Modern Maturity, Investment Advisor, Reuters, and his popular finance blog, The CapitalSpectator.
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Received a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Strasbourg (France) in 2004. Based on his engineering skills, he has developed unique analytical tools and mathematical models tailored for the financial markets, and more specifically the foreign exchange. Since February 2012, he is CEO of Chifbaw LLC.
After 8/28/16, I will be writing no more than 4 Instablogs per year. Those blogs will be published in March, June, September and December.
Those blogs will concentrate on matters relating to portfolio positioning.
I will be posting substantive comments to my last published Instablog.
I have not used, nor will I even contemplate using SA's Instablog service as free advertising to sell a subscription service.
I have never received any compensation for the posts published at my blog website or here at SeekingAlpha. I am simply passing on what I have learned as an investor over 4+ decades free of charge. In all of my 2000+ posts since early October 2008, the primary purpose was to provide a framework for rational and fact based investment decision making that will hopefully reduce the number of errors made. That goal has been accomplished for the very few investors who have some interest in receiving it.
My most basic investment strategy is to focus on income generating securities and then to invest the cash flow into more of the same, creating a compounding impact over a long period of time. I will invest in securities throughout the capital structure on a worldwide basis. I am now and have always been a cautious total return investor (income + capital appreciation). A focus on income generation simply means that income generation through interest or dividend payments is an important part of my total return objective. I am no longer in an asset accumulation mode. Capital preservation is more important than capital appreciation. Income generation is only one aspect of an objective evaluation of potential rewards balanced against potential risks. After several decades of "turtle" investing, which sometimes requires me to pull my head back into the shell and to cease foraging in stock land (e.g. 1999), I am now admittedly absurdly diversified due largely to one of my risk management techniques that limits my monetary exposure to the securities of a single company. My monetary exposure is largely dictated by a balancing of potential risks and rewards taking into consideration income generation and potential for capital appreciation. As a risk control trading technique and in furtherance of my capital preservation emphasis, I will frequently use the natural volatility of a security to gradually build up a position, selling the highest cost shares on price spikes and buying back those shares when the purchase is lower than my average cost per share usually by more than 5%. The general idea is to lower my average cost per share over time with tax efficient share dispositions, thereby increasing my dividend yield for the remaining shares. I have also been a practitioner of dynamic or tactical asset allocation that will be driven by my big picture views, including my Vix Asset Allocation Model, as well as my opinions about the relative risks and opportunities of various asset classes. I was born in 1951, and started to invest in stocks when I was 16. I am not a financial advisor, but simply an individual investor who has been managing my own money for my adult life starting when I was a teenager. All of my brokerage accounts are cash accounts. I have never bought stock on margin. I have not added money to any of these accounts since 1984 and have used those accounts to fund my annual IRA contributions. I started my web site, Stocks & Politics, in October 2008 to do whatever I can to help individuals become better investors, which requires a lot of hard work and effort. After over 2000+ blogs, mostly long ones, I came to a realization that my time consuming and laborious efforts have been mostly futile and have been rewarded at best with faint praise. I will no longer be posting there. I would still emphasize that it is important for individuals to become as knowledgeable as possible before making any decision, with every individual taking full responsibility for their investment decisions and to prepare accordingly, which is what I try to do. The Twitter Generation will need IMO far greater investment skills than previous generations given what I now perceived about future U.S. economic conditions.
I am a self-taught investor. I look for stocks offering growth at a reasonable price and stocks that are undervalued. I am a member of an investment club and provide the majority of the research to the club. I am very interested in other active investors critiquing my research. I believe this critique will make me a better investor for both my own interests as well as the club's.