Philip Runfeld single-handedly founded and operated companies grossing nearly a million dollars a year, prior to becoming a sought after business consultant to some of the country’s leading Fortune 500 companies, such as Disney, Marriott International and DuPont Chemical. Certified by the U.S. Department of Labor, State Professional Boards, and National Organizations to develop and provide highly specialized training programs, Mr. Runfeldt is also qualified to teach Economics, Political History, Quality Management and Psychology. He has been a special instructor to students at Major Universities throughout the Southeastern United States and currently holds a “lifetime” professorship at 17 colleges. Mr. Runfeldt also provides consultation and instruction to municipalities, counties, state and federal governmental agencies, as well as expert testimony in court cases. Mr. Runfeldt has been a private investor for over 20 years and in comparison to private and professional money managers is ranked as one of the top investors in the country, according to Covestor.Com. As a current Board Certified Behavioral Analyst, Mr. Runfeldt applies the principles of Behavioral Analysis to how Traders perform (or not) and is an active Traders Coach. As cofounder of TapeBeat.Com, Mr. Runfeldt thoroughly believes that Investors can develop the skill set and follow simple steps to make “Each Trade Better”. Disclaimer: This blog is an expression of an opinion on a particular company or matter. The author is not a financial advisor or professional analyst. This is not a solicitation to trade any security. Although we try our best on providing accurate information, the comments made in the blogs or articles should be considered only as opinion and should not be considered as current or as absolute fact. All investors are strongly encouraged to not rely entirely on any single opinion and perform their own due diligence when investing. Investing in equities includes considerable risk, and investors should be prepared for the risk of capital loss.