Parsa Kiai founded Steamboat Capital Partners in 2012 after spending four years as a Partner at Sonterra Capital. Parsa helped launch Sonterra in 2008 and was involved in all aspects of the research and investment process. Prior to Sonterra, Parsa was an Analyst at Perry Capital, where he was responsible for coverage of the energy sector. Prior to joining Perry Capital in 2005, Parsa was an Analyst in the Investment Banking Division at Goldman, Sachs & Co. in the Industrials and Natural Resources Group. While at Goldman, Parsa assisted with the advisory work on several merger-related transaction and capital-raising activities. Parsa graduated with honors from Cornell University with a degree in Applied Economics and Management.
After retiring from 23 years of service in the US Air Force, I attended Boston College's Center for Professional Education Financial Planning course. After graduation and Series 6, 7 and 65 certifications I worked for a short time with Smith Barney, and then went to a major regional bank as an investment executive. Five years later when the regional merged with another national bank, I struck out on my own starting my own financial services company which I have operated for the past 12 years. Three years ago I started a private funds placement hedge fund, Golden Bay Capital LP.
Now relocated and living in Shenzhen, China. It's a stone's throw from Hong Kong and borders it on the mainland side. Spend most of my time traveling around and seeing the sights and of course, sampling the fantastic cuisine throughout the country.
It's been my experience that people will make Zeno's mistake over and over forever. False conclusions arise when ignoring the proof of reality just as Zeno and his paradox do. When theory and reality disagree, reality wins every time. If you don't know about Zeno, read up on him here: http://platonicrealms.com/encyclopedia/zenos-paradox-of-the-tortoise-and-achilles
Retired former broadcaster, spent 35 years in mid-market television stations in sales, sales management and as a general manager of CBS, ABC, FOX, UPN, and CW affiliated stations.
I am a 30-year 'retail' investor in quality dividend paying stocks with emphasis on energy, food products, consumer staples, health care and technology. I learned enough about 'Mr. Market' to be able to retire in my 50's and live the good life with an income stream provided in part by a portfolio of dividend paying stocks.
For the last dozen or so years, I have found great joy in mentoring and encouraging young people to take the leap and get started with investing...pointing out that they have time on their side and that small, regular investments over time can really add up.
Invest. Manage risk. Communicate. Educate yourself. Make profits. .
My name is Todd Johnson. I’m a family man, sports fiend, health nut, technology buff, long-time stock investor, and a very lucky mountain climber, all of which has shaped my philosophy as a professional investor for the last 30 years. As my interests might suggest, I am always looking for the upside while striving to minimize risks.
My new passion, which I have realized through DividendLab.com project, is helping other investors learn more about investing; investing in stocks and other assets that are subject to wide price swings can actually enhance their returns when the right investment strategy is applied. To that end, I read company 10k and 10q statements so they can skip them. I compile and analyze the market research that isn’t always at their fingertips. And I don’t make any investment recommendation without committing my own funds first, which is the purest form of accountability.
The name "Dutch Trader" refers to The Golden Age. This was a period in Dutch history, roughly spanning the 17th century, in which Dutch trade, science, military and art were among the most acclaimed in the world.
Dutch ships hunted whales off Svalbard, traded spices in India and Indonesia (via the Dutch East India Company) and founded colonies in New Amsterdam (now New York), South Africa and the West Indies. In addition some Portuguese colonies were conquered, namely in Northeastern Brazil, Angola, Indonesia and Ceylon. This new nation flourished culturally and economically, creating what historian Simon Schama has called an "embarrassment of riches". Speculation in the tulip trade led to a first stock market crash in 1637, but the economic crisis was soon overcome.
In 1602 the Dutch East India Company was founded. It was the first-ever multinational corporation, financed by shares that established the first modern stock exchange. This company received a Dutch monopoly on Asian trade and would keep this for two centuries. It became the world's largest commercial enterprise of the 17th century. Spices were imported in bulk and brought huge profits, due to the efforts and risks involved and seemingly insatiable demand.
To finance the growing trade within the region, the Bank of Amsterdam was established in 1609, the precursor to, if not the first true central bank.
My background is Management, Economics and Law. This I studied at Fontys Business School in the Netherlands, with specialization in Banking and Insurance.
My passion is investing, writing, travelling, history, swimming, playing chess and enjoying my family.
I love to analyze companies and sectors and write about it. Main points of interests: China, Biotechnology, Consumer, Energy, Mining, Dividend, OTC Market, Food, Robotics and some other themes.
As an investor I have a bias towards value investing and the markets. All opinions are my own and do not represent the views of my employer.Valuation metrics play an important part of my investment strategies. My investment philosophy is Unloved, Underowned and Undervalued.
One of the best investment quotes is: The key to making money in stocks is not to get scared out of them from Peter Lynch.
I am looking for a new career, so are you looking for a passionate self-made investment analyst or portfolio manager you can always contact me.
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Dr. Chris Martenson is an independent economist and author of a popular website, ChrisMartenson.com. His Crash Course video series explores the intertwining significance of the “three E’s”—the economy, energy, and environment and offers articulate, dynamic insight into the workings of our monetary system.
Chris earned a PhD in neurotoxicology from Duke University, and an MBA from Cornell University. His background as an educator helps him animate complex material with wisdom and humor. A fellow of the Post Carbon Institute, Chris’s work has appeared on PBS and been cited by the Washington Post. He is a contributor to the Huffington Post and FinancialSense.com.
Chris is an accomplished presenter who has offered the Crash Course seminar all over the United States. The online course has been translated into several languages, and been viewed nearly a million times. His website offers ongoing commentary and rigorously factual analysis into financial and energy-related issues and events as they unfold.