Commander Rydell, in addition to writing for Seeking Alpha, trades stocks using mostly fundamental and value based approaches.
Commander Rydell holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from Rider University where he majored in business with an emphasis on investments and financial analysis. My investment experience covers over twenty years. I've traded and invested during the dot com boom, recessions and bull markets.
Julez Durham is a screenplay writer. Julez is currently working on four screenplays with outlines for many others. Julez teams up with her twin sons to develop story outlines and character development.
A friend, Hannah recently was quoted saying, "I love it when she reads (the screenplays) to me when I'm cooking. How does she come up with all those stories?"
Another trusted friend of Julez, Kat M. said, "She came over for lunch and told me about a new storyline she had woken up with. I told her, write it, I would want to go see it."
Julez currently spends her time in Anchorage, Alaska, California as well RVing to various locations which the screenplay she is currently writing focus on.
Julez is currently in the process of forming a production company. Julez intends to make the production company public.
Independent investor, involved largely in energy sector after a long history of investing in biotech.Given energy balance and time to market, the energy sector is much more attractive at this stage of things.
I am projecting that the US govt is near insolvent and that we will be facing a new Bretton Woods currency agreement bringing gold back into the monetary system in combination with a sudden fiat currency devaluation (across the board-most currencies) against gold over a long weekend or an outright sovereign debt panic by 2020-2025. The least expected outcome double digit inflation is very likely sometime in the future. The Fed PRO-POVERTY policies are going to crush the poor, fixed pensioners and lower middle class since disposable income growth is limited. Beware middle class and retirees your purchasing power will drop dramatically when everyday necessities absorb a larger % of your income. To spread the word to the brainwashed American drones that this economy is one big illusion ponzi scheme and you are infact broke. Issuing more debt to solve a debt problem is crazy. I am accepting nominations for those that played a major positive and major negative impact on our economy. Inductees: The Hammer Hall of Fame Bill Black Brooksley Born David Walker Ron Paul Robert Rodriguez Peter Schiff David Stockman Janet Tavakoli John Bogle Elizabeth Warren Steve Wynn ============================== The Hammer Hall of Shame Ben MadMan Bernanke Lloyd Blankfein Bush II Jamie Diamond Shaun Donovan Barney Fwank Dick Fuld Alan "The Maestro" Greenspan Tim Geithner Paul king Krugman David Lereah Angelo Mozillo Obama The NAHB The NAR Henry Paulsen Nancy Pelosi Charles Prince Franklin Raines Robert Rubin David Stephens Larry Summers Bob Toll Maxine Waters Lawrence Yun
- United States Naval Academy, BS. Varsity Baseball. 9 Years active duty U.S. Naval Officer.
- University of Michigan Ross School of Business, MBA, Investment Finance
- Assistant Professor, University of Michigan.
- 19 years investment industry experience with traditional and alternative firms: Equity Analyst, Portfolio Manager, National Sales Manager, SVP, CIO.
Finance graduate (B.B.A.) currently working as a portfolio analyst for a large corporation in Canada. I am most interested in technology, clean/renewable energy, and biotechnology. I am supplementing my education in finance as a candidate within the CFA program. Professionally, my goal is to work in sell-side corporate finance and to one day work in private equity or for a hedge fund.
First of all I'm not a financial advisor and not much of a writer but I've been in the market since 1981 and I'm a pretty good stock picker. Years ago I bought a book at a library book sale entitled 'How to Make Money in the Stock Market and it has been my guide ever since. It outlined what to look for in determining whether or not to buy a stock. Here they are in no particular order since I loaned the book out and it somehow never made it's way back home. * No debt. * Cash on hand and the more the better. * Low number of shares outstanding. A supply and demand thing. * Low share price. The law of small numbers. * Followed by few analysts * (to be continued)
working full time and playing with some extra money during the breaks. The markets are a lot more interesting than the day job at this point. Dabbling in a little bit of everything: Banks, Oil, Pennies - you name it.
Editor of the How To Find Big Stocks Newsletter and the author of the How To Find Big Stocks Book.
I am constantly searching for investing trends and the companies with the competitive advantage in them.
An angel investor that is always looking for disruptive technologies and transformational changes.