I am an Assistant Professor at the Auckland Business School (New Zealand). I earned a Ph.D. from Cass Business School, City University of London. I apply academic research to my investment strategy.
Mohit Manghnani is presently a full time editor at Seeking Alpha. He covers the new IPO's and follows live market commentary. Before joining Seeking Alpha, Mohit worked with a start-up - Research firm where he worked in the capacity of a Team Leader tracking company events and results.
Born in the U.A.E, Mohit spent most of his growing up years in Dubai. Currently, he resides in Mumbai, India and is pursuing his charter in Accountancy.
Disclosure: I'm not a financial adviser. All articles are my opinion - they are not suggestions to buy or sell any securities. Perform your own due diligence and consult a financial professional before trading.
Brian Gilmartin, is a portfolio manager at Trinity Asset Management, a firm he founded in May, 1995, catering to individual investors and institutions that werent getting the attention and service deserved, from larger firms. Brian started in the business as a fixed-income / credit analyst, with a Chicago broker-dealer, and then worked at Stein Roe & Farnham in Chicago, from 1992 - 1995, before striking out on his own and managing equity and balanced accounts for clients. Brian has a BSBA (Finance) from Xavier University, Cincinnati, Ohio, (1982) and an MBA (Finance) from Loyola University, Chicago, January, 1985. The CFA was awarded in 1994. Brian has been fortunate enough to write for the TheStreet.com from 2000 to 2012, and then the WallStreet AllStars from August 2011, to Spring, 2012. Brian also wrote for Minyanville.com, and has been quoted in numerous publications including the Wall Street Journal.
Ian Bezek worked for 3 years as an analyst at a New York-based hedge fund. He's currently living in Mexico, pursuing some entrepreneurial opportunities.
Feel free to contact him regarding investments, writing, or speaking opportunities.
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
Developer and data curator of Shale Equities Explorer -- www.shaleequitiesexplorer.com. Attorney and author of major legal treatise on federal oil and gas taxation. Private investor in oil and gas equities. Novelist (Port Royal, available from Amazon in digital and print).
Jeff is the President of NewArc Investments Inc., manager of both individual and institutional investments. Jeff is a registered investment advisor, and portfolio manager for NewArc's investment programs. Jeff is a former college professor with a hands-on, real world attitude. His quantitative modeling helped inform state and local officials in Wisconsin for more than a decade. A Public Policy analyst, he taught advanced research methods at the University of Wisconsin, and analyzed many issues related to state tax policy. Jeff began in the financial business as Research Director for trading firm at the Chicago Board Options Exchange. He investigated anomalies in the standard option pricing models, taught classes for beginning options traders, and developed new forecasting techniques. In 1991 he established a general research consultancy, working with professional traders at all of the Chicago financial exchanges. In 1998 he started NewArc Investments, Inc. Jeff has a commitment to the specific needs of individual investors. It is not a one-size-fits all approach, but one that emphasizes the unique circumstances of each client. Jeff also serves on the board of two small technology companies (currently Chairman at one). He is occasionally as an expert witness in legal cases involving financial markets and hedging.
Starks has worked for well-known energy companies in marketing, planning, and engineering. She brings this experience, along with extensive research and investing, to profiling energy companies by investing segment in her monthly newsletter.
Bill Simoes is an independent researcher whose focus is applying his technical and financial expertise to energy stocks involved in exploration and production. Bill has an engineering degree, MBA and 35 years of experience in petroleum production, reserves estimation and properties evaluation. He worked for a number of large multi-national exploration and development companies before becoming president of a private oil and gas company. In these capacities he was involved in acquisitions, mergers and divestitures.
Ben Hunt is the Chief Risk Officer of Salient Partners, L.P., a $19 billion investment management firm based in Houston, Texas. Dr. Hunt is an experienced portfolio and risk manager, as well as the author of Epsilon Theory, a popular weekly newsletter for money managers and investors that examines the capital markets through the lenses of game theory and history. Dr. Hunt received his Ph.D. from Harvard University in 1991, and he is the author or co-author of two books on international politics and applications of game theory and econometric analysis.
I have been investing in stocks for over 40 years. I cut my teeth in the technology area in the ‘90s and rode the wave until it broke. I became interested in the E&P area a few years ago when a friend of mine found out he had inherited some mineral interests in a place called the Permian Basin. I have been investing in the energy space ever since. Currently I manage a portfolio of accounts, taxable and deferred, for myself and family members who say they have better things to do.
I focus on investments in the oil & gas & MLP sectors with an eye for dividend income growth and long-term capital appreciation. I typically allocate a portion of my own portfolio and devote some of my Seeking Alpha articles to small and medium sized companies offering compelling risk/reward propositions. I am an engineer, not a qualified investment advisor. While the information and data presented in my articles are obtained from company documents and/or sources believed to be reliable, they have not been independently verified. Therefore, I cannot guarantee its accuracy. I advise investors conduct their own research and/or consult a qualified investment advisor. I explicitly disclaim any liability that may arise from investment decisions you make based on my articles. Thanks for reading and I wish you much success with your investments.
Jennifer's areas of expertise include energy trends —their economic and geopolitical implications—and resource sustainability issues. Other interests include shale oil and natural gas, climate change, green and efficient infrastructure, China, India, and the energy-water nexus.
Her work has been published in various academic, policy and business publications such as Far Eastern Economic Review, Economist Intelligence Unit’s Executive Briefing, Journal of Structured Finance, Lloyd's List, D CEO, Energy Trends Insider, Financial Sense, and many others. She has been interviewed for numerous radio broadcasts and news stories, and presented her work at various conferences. From Dec 2010 to April 2013, she was the CEO/President of a global affairs organization focused on cutting edge trends. She organized and moderated panels on global gas, energy security, energy infrastructure finance, and urban development.
She has a master's degree from London School of Economics, and bachelor's in finance/marketing. She is principal of Concept Elemental, a strategic communications consultancy focusing on knowledge work, and includes over fifteen years of financial services industry work. She works with a top University, "translating" cutting edge research as well.
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 a highly trained professional equity analyst. My specialty is finding companies with excellent ratios of risk to reward. Before going independent, I was the head analyst at a boutique Israeli hedge fund. Today I am a consultant to several multibillion-dollar firms. I have covered many sectors, including technology, solar and semiconductors. I have learned to connect the dots and discern how forces in these various industries will affect individual companies. I am a big believer in analyzing investments from the top down. This means identifying themes and trends that can reveal where industries and individual companies will be in the future. There are no magic formulas for this process, just a lot of hard work. After I've found a company, analyzed it and concluded its value, then it is just like a poker game with endless cards. All we have to do is sit and wait for the next card to reveal itself and adjust our thesis accordingly. Once we find the true value of a company, we must ignore day-to-day market chaos. If we have done our research properly, we do not need to worry if the Dow goes up or down a particular day, week or month. Peter Lynch, Ben Graham and Phillip Fisher are my biggest influences. I encourage anyone who wishes to learn more about the market to read any of their books.
Richard Zeits is an Oil & Gas industry analyst and consultant. His background includes fourteen years as Energy industry-focused investment banker, portfolio manager and senior investment analyst with bulge bracket firms in New York. Zeits Energy Analytics use elaborate proprietary analytics and data bases to provide in-depth industry research, market intelligence, and forecasting.
Dr. Mark J. Perry is a full professor of economics at the Flint campus of The University of Michigan, where he has taught undergraduate and graduate courses in economics and finance since 1996. Starting in the fall of 2009, Perry has also held a joint appointment as a scholar at The American Enterprise Institute. Perry holds two graduate degrees in economics (M.A. and Ph.D.) from George Mason University and in addition, and has an MBA degree in finance from The University of Minnesota. In addition to an active scholarly research agenda, Perry enjoys writing op-eds for a general audience on current economic issues and his opinion pieces have appeared in most major newspapers around the country, including USA Today, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Investor’s Business Daily, The Hill, Washington Examiner, Dallas Morning News, Sacramento Bee, Saint Paul Pioneer Press, Miami Herald, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Detroit News, Detroit Free Press and many others. Mark Perry has been best known in recent years as the creator and editor of one of the nation’s most popular economics blogs, Carpe Diem. Professor Perry has written on a daily basis since the fall of 2006 to share his thoughts, opinions and expertise on economic issues, with a strong emphasis on displaying economic data in a visually appealing way using graphs, charts and tables.
Tricky is a human being, despite what some people may think about him.
He is currently alive. At least at the time of writing this bio.
For some strange reason, he seems to have a few followers. He has no idea why anyone would do that.
I'm a well-informed retail investor and post on SA in order to expose my thought process to critical examination and comment from readers. It makes me a better investor.
I'm particularly proud of bullish macro articles posted in 2009 and later, in which I presented ideas that encouraged me to invest very profitably in a rising market. I also did articles on individual stocks, many of which contained insights not available elsewhere. Finally, I wrote a number of thoughtful articles critical of financialism and the lack of ethics on Wall Street.
I do not post for compensation, as I am concerned that editorial policy encourages and pays a premium for articles that invite the reader to speculate on the short term movements of microcaps, penny stocks, and controversial issues. The best way for me to monetize my insights is to invest accordingly.
As a retail investor, I don't give investment advice. I write about what I'm investing in, and the thought process involved in decision making and stock selection. Hopefully some of what I write is of benefit to others, by sharing my experience as I interpret it and helping them improve their investment thinking and process.
Harry C. Johnson
Highlights 1978 - 1995
Founder and CEO of Red Eagle Resources Corp., Oklahoma City, OK., an oil and gas exploration and production company listed on the American Stock Exchange. Experience includes private and public offerings, taxation, litigation, and the solution of problems attendant to a 400-employee work force. In 1980, started 11 rig drilling company, heavy oil field trucking company and an oil well service company. Merged Red Eagle and subs with small public company in 1987 and listed Red Eagle Resources on American Stock Exchange. In 1995, sold Red Eagle to Range Resources (formerely Lomac Petroleum).
1976 – 1977 President and CEO of Shawnee Oil and Gas Corp., an independent oil company in Oklahoma City, OK, owned by Swiss and West German investors.
1975 President of Brighthaven Exploration Partners, New York City, NY., specializing in tax sheltered investments.
1970 – 1974 Partner in charge of Corporate Finance*, Advest, Hartford, CT.
1964 – 1969 Vice President & Commercial Loan Officer*, Liberty National Bank, Oklahoma City, OK.
1955 – 1963 Senior Evaluation Engineer, Mergers & Acquisitions, Headquarters Staff* Humble Oil and Refining Co. (Now ExxonMobil) Houston, TX.
*Position at Time of Resignation
January 1955 Received Bachelor of Science Degree in Petroleum Engineering University of Oklahoma. Member Pi Epsilon Tau, Petroleum Engineering Honor Society.
1953 – 1955 Worked as a roughneck on drilling rigs for various contractors in Texas, Oklahoma, and Wyoming, and as an oil field roustabout in Texas and Oklahoma, during school years and summers.
At various times between 1960 and 2001, served as a director of the following companies:
Consolidated Production Corp.
Deer Trail Mines, Inc.
Knight Industries, Inc.
Red Eagle Resources Corp.
Shawnee International, S.A.
Thor Energy Corp.
Zydeco Energy, Inc.
Cleary Petroleum Corp.
Lakeshore Bank, N.A.
Lear Motors, Inc.
Pacific Energy Corp.
Red Earth, Inc.
Humble Employees Federal Credit Union
1980 – 1987 Board Chairman and founder of Cimarron Helicopters, Inc., Oklahoma City, OK.
Organized and managed helicopter operating company with ten light helicopters, charter, EMS, and TV News transport. Sold in 1987 due to drop in charter business and loss of EMS contracts.
1980 – 1998 Board Chairman, MillionAir Oklahoma City.
Purchased fixed-base operator at Oklahoma City’s Wiley Post Airport. Later converted to Million-Air franchise offering ramp services, jet charter, and related aviation specialties. Sold to partners.
1986 – 1991 Board Chairman and owner of Lakeshore Bank, N.A. Oklahoma City, OK.
Purchased failing bank, recapitalized it (without government assistance), returned it to profitability, and sold it to larger bank.
1980 – 1987 Farmer/Stockman, Oklahoma.
Operated 4,000 acres of cattle ranches with 400 mother cows, and 1,200 acres of wheat farms. Sold farming assets to meet the capital needs of Red Eagle Resources after change in tax laws in 1986 jeopardized Red Eagle’s capital sources.
Commercial Instrument Pilot with Multi-Engine Jet & Single-Engine Helicopter Ratings.
Formerly a Registered Principal with the NASD and an Allied Member of The New York Stock Exchange.
Registered Professional Engineer In Texas & Oklahoma.
I have thirty four years experience investing as an individual, as an adviser to trustees of a son's Guardianship Trust, as co-trustee of a Special Needs Trust, as sole trustee of a supplemental needs trust for my sister, and previously assisting parents to manage a substantial portfolio. In viewing investments I use a blended approach of fundamental analysis, technical analysis, hedging and incorporating an economic perspective. I have a BS in Economics and a BA with a major in Chemistry, both from the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. I spent most of my career as an industrial process systems engineer and recently several years as a part-time mortgage banker.
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