I am the impassioned pundit at whyistherestillhunger.com.
I have long studied and written about hunger, as it killed some members of my family (a generation before me). Currently I am dedicating much of my life to convincing people that hunger can be abolished this year. A relatively small investment of about $30 billion would end the holocaust of hunger and slow population growth tremendously (as mothers are convinced that their children will survive).
I have also been studying and investing in alternative energy companies for several years. A generational shift in attitudes about the climate and air quality continues to move policy in the direction of cleaner energy.
I am a retired 20 year Wall Street $ manager. I specialized in fixed income, equity positioning with covered call writing hedging strategies. My experience is finding undervalued or oversold companies, taking a long position and writing a covered call to increase my monthly returns. Over time this strategy has outperformed most with minimizing risk.
I am a retired aerospace engineer. I pride myself in being a first adopter of innovative and sometimes radical technology, and I am very concerned about the pollution of our planet. Steve Jobs and Elon Musk are my heroes. With winnings from the TSLA short squeeze in 2013, I took delivery of a fully loaded Tesla Model S P85+, and I absolutely love it.
Wall Street Breakfast, Seeking Alpha's flagship daily business news summary, is a one-page summary that gives you a rapid overview of the day's key financial news. It's designed for easy readability on the site or by email (including on mobile devices), and is published before 7:00 AM ET every market day.
Wall Street Breakfast readership of over 900,000 includes many from the investment-banking and fund-management industries.
Sign up here to receive the Wall Street Breakfast in your inbox every business day: http://seekingalpha.com/account/email_preferences
Investment professional with over ten years of Wall Street experience. I began my career in investment banking at Merrill Lynch. Following my time at Merrill, I worked for approximately seven years in private equity. Currently, I manage money for both qualified and non-qualified clients. I would classify myself as a long/short investor with a value-based approach.
I have over 20 years of investment and financial management experience, and have actively managed my own investment portfolio for 15 years.
I have held management positions with multiple large companies, including Fortune 500.
I'm a long-term investor. My current portfolio comprises of small cap growth, dividend paying stocks, and high yield ETFs. Largest stock holdings: TSLA (since IPO), KNDI.
I'm fascinating with green technologies, and special situation. Currently electric car companies and China's embrace of NEV are on the top of my list.
Follow me on StockTwits (mnguyen_saa). I frequently post breaking news from China, charts, facts etc. mostly for KNDI, and some TSLA.
Forty year career in finance and executive management beginning on Coopers & Lybrand audit staff (CPA) culminating with twenty-six years as CEO of publicly-held companies. Prior to that and after leaving C&L served in CFO and COO capacities, all in publicly-held companies. Was an EDGAR Pilot Program filer in 1984, one of eighteen if my memory is correct.
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.
Interested in all renewable energy solutions and electric vehicles. Have driven an EV for over a decade and know for a fact that this is the only sustainable future for transporation that we are likely to see proliferate in the near future.
I am an activist investor in US and Chinese stocks. I was previously an investment banker in New York Hong Kong and London for 9 years, focused on Equity Capital Markets. I look at both long ideas and short ideas and typically focus on a small number on names where I can spend the time to conduct very deep research. I spend my time living between Los Angeles and Beijing, China.
Arthur Porcari is a retired former regional stock brokerage firm President with 40 years stock market experience. His finance background includes, three years a stockbroker and two an investment banker with Merrill Lynch, ten years a Regional brokerage firm President, and OTC Market Maker and Analyst, twenty three years an Investment Banker to include 15 years as Managing Consultant to Corporate Strategies, Inc. a firm specializing in advising young public companies and companies about to go public on the “Ways of Wall Street”. He currently is a Contributing Author and blogger on Seeking Alpha under his own name and has in the past been an on-air guest as well has a guest host on the old Financial News News Network TV channel and more recently on Business Talk Radio Network His passion and particular expertise is for small cap emerging growth companies.
“Full Disclosure under Seeking Alpha author rules: 25 years ago in 1988, after I sold my brokerage firm and left the Industry, my FINRA license was revoked for non-payment of a fine assessed a year later in 1989. The fine was the result of a minor record keeping violation that was levied on my brokerage firm and as President, I was held responsible but was only required to pay it if I elected to go back in the brokerage business.“