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Joseph Trevisani has 20 years of experience in Forex trading and management and is the Chief Market Strategist at WorldWideMarkets. Mr. Trevisani worked as an interbank currency trader, trading desk manager and proprietary trader for 12 years at Credit Suisse in New York and Singapore and at The Bank of Bermuda in Hamilton, Bermuda. Mr. Trevisani appears often on CNBC and Fox Business News in New York as a currency analyst and is frequently quoted in the Wall Street Journal, Reuters, Bloomberg, Dow Jones Newswires, the Associated Press, the Chicago Tribune and Futures Magazine. He has written economic and currency analysis for Forbes.com, SFO, Active Trader, FX Street, and the Aim Bulletin and contributes his Market Directions column to the financial media. Mr. Trevisani has a Bachelor Degree and Masters in International Politics and Finance from Columbia University in New York City.
KC is now a full-time investor/trader. KC was formerly based in New York and managed FX overlay strategies for one of the largest foreign reserves in Asia. His previous roles included leading the implementation of a inter-bank real-time gross settlement system that handled >$10 trillion value annually and leading a team of more than 40 to oversee governance for $150 million of procurement and policies for $30 million worth of assets.
Semi-retired general contractor (1948 model) that decided to manage his own investment accounts at the climax of the meltdown in Spring of 09. It seemed like the access to valuable economic information that I thought the professionals had didn't exist. I studied the investments that I owned via the advisor and how they had behaved during 08 and early 09. I sold some bond funds that had not depreciated as much as the equity market and used the proceeds to buy some very beaten up large cap dividend growth stocks. This worked out OK and I credit the community at SA for the valuable insight and information that the members provide. I'm building a portfolio for myself and children that I hope will be passed on to their heirs. I'm using a combination of higher div. stocks with little div. growth and long term high div. growth equities with some preferred shares.