I am a PhD candidate at the University of Cambridge. My research concentrates on a subfield of deep learning. I mostly write on technology and have recently started a "under the hood" series on artificial intelligence and technology. If you want me to cover any specific piece of software, technology or company as part of the series, shoot me a message or comment.
Check out my YouTube channel where I give investing tips and have conversations with my viewers about where I see the investment landscape going in the future. The channel name is Alex Pitti.
I write a few articles per week which highlight my best ideas. I answer all comments on my articles in the first 2 days after they are published.
It seems that my readers enjoy my articles on social media companies such as Twitter, Facebook, and Google. I also do interviews such as when I interviewed the head scientists at SeaWorld.
I like to take the contrarian position on stocks. I tend to write about the stocks I own more often then the ones I don't take a position in. I usually own 5-10 stocks.
Follow me if you enjoy reading about any of these stocks or like to hear an original opinion backed by facts which cuts through the BS that sometimes exists in the mainstream financial press.
Now a published author, I formerly spent 3 years overseeing algorithmic trading for the world's largest global hedge fund with over $100 billion AUM.
I bring the perspective and insight of institutional participants to the role of an individual investor, with a top-down investment style which focuses on smart asset allocation to grow capital in the long-term.
I specialize in macroeconomic commentary, asset allocation, and alternative investments: gold, volatility, Bitcoin, and peer-to-peer consumer loans.
I currently work in the Deal Advisory practice at KPMG. I provide due dilligence for clients pursuing major acquisitions. I have a passionate interest in trading and investing.
A former stockbroker who became licensed in 1986. Later opened a small hedge fund and managed a modest amount of assets. Then retired to my current status of individual investor where I simply manage my own money and enjoy sharing ideas that I hope will bring some value.
We are now building a resource for those interested in the wearables industry, including mHealth, virtual reality, augmented reality, and wrist wearables, etc. Our focus includes companies, technology, and trends that are innovating and disrupting healthcare, communications, computing, and other industries. This resource is known as Wearables Go! We hope that investors and industry professionals will find this resource useful. It will be coming soon to the SA Marketplace. Please be sure to follow Wearables Go! for updates and future articles.
Formerly Chief Market Strategist at Capital Ladders Advisory Group LLC. After the sale of certain of CLAG's retail and institutional assets in October 2015, I have commenced my latest venture in the CPG industry which is centered on the development and licensing of consumer and commercial technology. https://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=AAIAAA3lJ9IBNi1rhhFzRWElkJl4MpyNuIiHglQ&trk=nav_responsive_tab_profile
CooLinX Integrated Technologies develops technologies for the beverage and CPG industry. We are presently effecting licensing agreements with multi-national brands and co-developing products aimed for mass market consumption.
I started trading on a permanent scale five years ago. My goal is to create a stable portfolio over a period of time, whichs generates good stock- and dividend returns. I have a fundamentel approach towards investments decisions. Further, I have a broad experience in tax- and legal advisory (e.g. music rights, corporate income tax, value added tax and salary tax), auditing of financial statements, business consultancy, administrative services and assembling financial statements. My experience covers a wide variety of clients and companies with specific knowledge of the music and related busines.
I am a current MBA student with consulting experience in the retail, consumer products, financial, and healthcare industries. I believe these experiences give me a unique and differentiated perspective, and I am using this site as a way to broadcast my research and continue my passion for investing.
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I graduated with a BSEE from NCSU. Following technology companies and developments is a hobby of mine when I have free time. A few years ago I started investing, and have tremendously enjoyed it. I try and share a unique view from an engineering vice an investor standpoint, and enjoy learning from others in the SA community.
Ashraf Eassa is a technology specialist with The Motley Fool. He writes mostly about technology stocks, but is especially interested in anything related to chips -- the semiconductor kind, that is.