Investing on my own since 2007. Investing successfully is the most challenging activity I have ever undertaken. Books that inspired me to fire my investment adviser: The Big Investment Lie, Michael Edesess; and What Wall Street Doesn't Want You To Know, Larry E. Swedroe. The Snowball: Warren Buffet and the Business of Life, Alice Schroeder: made me realize that as smart and persistent as Buffet is, he is not the genius some make him out to be. He is a flawed man, he is human, he received a lot of help and benefited from starting out in the pre-internet era. Not all his investments were successful and he uses his financial muscle to great advantage, something small retail investors cannot do.
MSc Project Management Graduate 2012, PRINCE2 Practitioner, APMP, Winner of APM Scottish Project Challenge 2012, Recipient of Technology Strategy Board start-up Grant 2013. Risk Management Product of the year 2013 with Datatecnics. Risk Management Innovation of the year 2015 with Datatecnics (beating Google!) Specialisms: Projects - especially how they relate to strategy; start-up phase; business case design; Supply Chains Direct message me here or on: LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/ABHussain New Twitter account: @AbuB_Hussain
Chris earned the Chartered Market Technician designation. He is earning the Chartered Financial Analyst designation and graduated with honors in Economics. Also, he has managed money as a professional trader and independently, and continues to do so. Chris utilizes Technical, Financial Analysis and Behavioral Finance to select his investments. His analysis has been on Bloomberg and ZeroHedge.
I mainly focus on two sectors: technology and auto industry. I am long only and I like to take a conservative approach where I sell covered calls on the shares I hold in order to reduce my risks. Some of the stocks I follow closest are Nokia, Microsoft, Ford and Apple. I believe that being able to see beyond numbers and actually understanding business models of companies we cover is crucial to provide useful insight on companies.
Editor for The Biotech Forum (www.biotechforumsa.com), the #2 subscribed to Marketplace investment service offered through SeekingAlpha. Top 5% ranked analyst (TipRanks) 2013 through first half of 2015. Daily contributor for Real Money Pro. Hedge fund manager from 2008 to 2011. Previously technology executive at Fortune 100 firm for a decade. For Free weekly investment reports on small, attractive biotech stocks just register at www.bretjenseninvests.com
I enjoy writing about the tech sector, using my knowledge of and passion for technology and computer science to supplement my background in finance. I often look for contrarian investments or companies that have fallen out of favor with the markets, especially now that overall market valuations are somewhat high, in order to limit my downside risk.
Dana Blankenhorn http://www.danablankenhorn.com has been a business journalist since 1978, and a futurist all his life.He warned about the coming Houston oil collapse in 1979. He began making a living on the Internet in 1985. He launched the first e-commerce daily for CMP in 1994, warned of the coming dot-bomb at a-clue.com in 1997 and began covering the Internet of Things in 2003.Along the way he's written for a host of newspapers, magazines, news services and Web sites. Most recently he was at TheStreet.com, covering technology and investments. He still has time for freelance assignments. He lives in Atlanta.
I am an Economist by training. I have worked in technology and finance my whole life. I love Liverpool FC and have a passion for economics, politics and international relations. My friends are getting sick of me posting all of my econ/finance/politics articles on Facebook so I figured I needed to find a better place to post! Hope you enjoy!
I have owned and operated a successful sporting goods businesses in Ohio for 29 years. I have been involved in local government in Ohio. I owned a 90 acres farm that I managed for wildlife and pursuit of my interest in bow hunting. Investing has been an interest for over 35 years. I have retirement accounts that are safe but the gambler in me always maintains a position in high risk/high reward stocks.
Author of the critically acclaimed book, "Taking Charge With Value Investing (McGraw-Hill, 2013)" and the equity research company "BNL Finance". An analyst that ranks in the top 4% on both tipranks.com and Motley Fool CAPS for stock picking performance.
I am a mental health professional with 50 years of experience in teaching, research, and clinical service. I have also had a parallel career as an officer and director of publicly and privately held companies, a corporate executive, and business consultant.
Our small-cap hedge fund strategy beat the market by 44 percentage points since its inception 18 months ago. Visit our website to learn how you can do the same. Insider Monkey is a finance website that provides free hedge fund and insider trading data. We believe ordinary investors can beat the market by imitating insiders and best hedge fund managers. They have access to better information and experts than ordinary investors do. Take advantage of the SEC filings where hedge funds and insiders disclose their stock transactions.
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The stock market is an incredibly interesting and dynamic puzzle that continues to draw me in like a game of chess where every few moves your opponent changes and parts of the board are obscured.
The investment models I design are typically used by family offices, hedge funds, brokerages and single investors. If you are interested in developing a certain model and want to throw a few ideas around, you are most welcome to contact me without feeling pressure or obligation.
My other passion is volunteering with the deaf. My wife and I moved to Malawi Africa from 2014 to 2016 where we learned Malawi Sign Language.
The Business Insider (TBI) is a business site with deep financial, entertainment, green tech and digital industry verticals. The flagship vertical, Silicon Alley Insider, was launched on July 19, 2007, and led by DoubleClick founders Dwight Merriman and Kevin Ryan and former top-ranked Wall Street analyst Henry Blodget.
One year after launch, two more verticals joined Silicon Alley Insider. Clusterstock is a financial section led by Henry and John Carney, Founding Editor of Dealbreaker.com. The Biz (formerly The Business Sheet) is an entertainment/media-focused endeavor.
A year and a half later, the three sites have relaunched under one brand to focus on building the leading online business news site for the digital age. There are no subscription fees or production delays. The Business Insider is dedicated to aggregating, reporting and analyzing the top news stories across the web and delivering them to you at rapid-fire pace.
Michael Shulman is currently editor of investment advisory services and is the author of Made in America, Otterbourn Publishing, May, 2013 and of Sell Short (John Wiley & Sons, 2009).
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Made in America: Inside Stories of Success is built around four factories -- Trek Bicycles, Red Wing Shoes, the GM Flint Michigan pickup truck assembly plant and Airstream. The book pushes aside the myth of the decline in the US manufacturing - the US is still the world's largest manufacturing nation - through the success of these four factories and companies.
Mr. Shulman joined the Traders Reserve after ten years with InvestorPlace Media, his turn to financial advisory services coming after more than twenty years actively involved in the development of new technologies. He was founder and CEO of an internet company, AtYourBusiness.com, sat on the board of The NextGen I venture fund, worked as a consultant or founding employee of several technology startups, was a product manager for a Silicon Valley Start up when the country had 49 personal computer companies and did similar work in the mid-1980s for AT&T.
Mr. Shulman graduated Georgetown University with a degree in philosophy in 1977, worked in the renewable energy field for five years – same vocabulary, hope and promises as we are hearing today - before moving to the marketing of industrial and agricultural products with several New York firms. When asked if there is a thread in his career his answer is “Yes. Change, what is new. And what other people are missing, things they think are not normal - things I see as becoming a standard or success."
As director of research at Portfolio123, I have long specialized in rules/factor-based equity investing strategies of the sort characterized as “Smart Alpha” in the July 2014 Journal of Portfolio Management. In addition, I formerly managed a high-yield fixed-income fund and conducted research involving quantitative asset allocation strategies such as are at the foundation of what today has come to be known as Robo Advising. I formerly edited the the Forbes Low Priced Stock Report, and served as an assistant research director at Value Line. I have long had a passion for investor education, which has resulted in my having conducted numerous seminars on stock selection and analysis, and the authoring of two books: Screening The Market and The Value Connection.
Zack Buckley is the founder and President of Buckley Capital Partners, a value-focused long/short equity hedge fund. BCP employs a fundamental approach that is research intensive and concentrated, generally with 10-15 core positions focused primarily in small cap equities. While BCP is long-biased, the fund occasionally shorts companies in situations with highly asymmetric risk-reward potential. Mr. Buckley is a contributing writer for Thestreet.com and Seekingalpha.com. Prior to launching Buckley Capital Partners, Mr. Buckley was an analyst at Baker Street Capital Management.
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
John is a lawyer and accountant with over three decades of corporate finance, due diligence, M&A advisory and related legal services for manufacturers, innovators and investors in the energy storage and renewable energy sectors.
Over the last eight years John has earned a global following for his articles on the energy storage and alternative energy sectors. He has contributed to AltEnergyStocks, Seeking Alpha, The Street, NASDAQ.com and Batteries International Magazine and InvestorIntel.
John is a 1979 graduate of the Notre Dame Law School and a 1976 graduate of the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. He was admitted to the bar in 1980 and licensed to practice as a CPA in 1981. John’s diverse experience in corporate finance, natural resource development and energy storage give him a unique and sometimes unsettling perspective on the technical, economic and supply chain challenges of the battery industry.
Greentech Media (GTM) produces industry-leading news, research, and conferences in the business-to-business greentech market. Our coverage areas include solar, smart grid, energy efficiency, wind, and other non-incumbent energy markets. GTM Research, the research arm of the company, produces competitive intelligence reports and data subscriptions.
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With hedge fund manager, CNBC regular and long-time veteran of the Russian markets Tim Seymour at the helm, Emerging Money (http://www.emergingmoney.com) provides education, trading analysis and comprehensive views of emerging markets around the world. As economies in the BRIC group and beyond become the growth engines of global wealth creation, Emerging Money provides insights and tools for investors to trade successfully in these markets via individual ADRs, foreign-traded stocks, currencies and ETFs.
Paul is a stock investor with an accounting/finance background. He likes to look for value growth stocks and momentum news plays. He is also known as Superman on Twitter @super_trades and his blog is www.super-trades.com (http://www.super-trades.com).
I am an individual investor that eagerly digs into a company's financial data to see what I can learn about it. Deciphering the mysteries of financial reports has been a long-term quest that began when a pre-Internet mailman unexpectedly left some company's formal report at my door. Over time, I synthesized various approaches for fundamental analysis into one ever-evolving methodology to assess performance and value.
The Gauging Corporate Financial Results blog describes the analyses I perform and the methodology itself. Writing about these efforts helps focus my thoughts. I share them with the hope I might be helping other investors. I know I benefit from reader feedback.
Andy Beal is an internationally-renowned consultant, author, and speaker specializing in online reputation management and internet marketing. Considered one of the world’s most respected reputation management experts, Andy has worked with many brand-leaders including Motorola, GlaxoSmithKline, Lowes, and NBC. His advice is trusted by ABC News, BusinessWeek, Inc, Magazine, and more. Andy’s current projects include his new book Radically Transparent: Monitoring & Managing Reputations Online, his blog Marketing Pilgrim, & Trackur’s social media monitoring tools. Andy Beal is available to manage your next internet marketing project or speak at your professional event. Contact Andy here (http://www.andybeal.com/) Visit his blog: Marketing Pilgrim (http://www.marketingpilgrim.com/)
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Mr. Rhéaume has a PhD in Engineering (innovation Management). He holds a Master and a Major degree in finance. He has numerous years of experience in consulting, strategy, financial analysis and business intelligence, mainly in the telecommunications and computing industries. He has also been a researcher in the research group "Creating Digital Opportunity" (multimedia sector) and "MINE" (Management of Innovation in the New Economy), where he was in charge of the area of telecommunication services. Mr. Rhéaume has consulted in telecommunications, performance indicators of ITC, computing, IT security issues, video games, insurance and airlines. He has published on mergers and acquisitions, innovation, corporate universites, strategy, finance and technology sectors. He is also a teacher at the Télé-Université (TÉLUQ), ÉTS (École de technologie supérieure) and Champlain College where he teaches innovation, finance, management and accounting courses. His PhD thesis project was on innovation management and corporate universities. He has published 7 scientific articles in strategy, finance and innovation management. He is a contributor in finance for La Presse and Les Affaires. He has a blog on the information and communications industries: www.infocomanalysis.com