Forex News Now is a Web-based news outlet dedicated to covering the global currency market. The site’s seasoned reporters cover key movements during the U.S. and Asian trading sessions, providing investors with essential, up-to-date information in a clear and almost entirely jargon-free format. Besides covering the most heavily traded currency pairs, FNN reports on the day’s major economic events, which are essential indicators of forex trends. These reports, combined with breaking news articles on currency pairs, offer readers a fundamental guide to the forex market. In short, FNN strives to offer the most comprehensive and clear account of what is happening in the tumultuous world of forex – and why.
Richard T. Woon is a transactional attorney practicing in San Francisco in the practice areas of real estate and land use. In addition to the practice of law, Richard previously maintained a real estate brokerage practice representing and advising local urban infill residential and mixed use developers on the acquisition of developments and commercial properties. In addition to his law degree, Mr. Woon holds a master's degree in Business Administration and a bachelor’s degree in economics.
Richard fancies himself as an amateur economist and trader.
I worked on Wall Street as a Systems developer and Money Manager. I run a private equity fund as a hired gun. I currently work with a broad base of private funds. I am very selective in whom I except as a client. My services are normally not open to the general public due to the secure nature of what I do. I extract large sums of money out of the capital markets on a daily basis. If your interested you can send me a private message and we can discuss the arrangements. I generally don't discriminate based on account size. However this is not for everyone. SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY!!!
Building wealth intelligently and patiently is the most logical and tested route to financial independence.
That is my plan and so far, so good!
(WARNING: Do your own due diligence and don't depend on me or anyone else on SA to offer sound investing advice. My recommendations are for educational purposes ONLY!)
Eric Hommelberg is the founder and chief editor of GoldDrivers.com Inc, a Caribbean based gold company. Hommelberg served as a writer on gold markets since 2002 with a strong focus on junior mining gold companies. In June 2009 Hommelberg conducted an exclusive deal with Valcambi Suisse and launched the GoldDrivers Bullion Store. The GoldDrivers Bullion Store thereby became the first on-line retail seller that deals with Valcambi Suisse directly. The Bullion Store offers 999.9 Fine Gold Bars from 1 to 100g to investors/collectors world wide
I'm a self-taught investor with a strong interest in stock selection via fundamental analysis. I try to focus on secular growth trends and how they can useful for the individual investor. I'm a believer in the value of investment for the long term, but also understand its important to remain flexible, especially in volatile markets. I have a strong interest in writing and I'm always looking to interact with other investors. My blog discusses my stock selections, market commentary, and some observations on the economy as a whole. Visit Michael's website: In the Know:A Financial Blog (http://www.briskycapital.blogspot.com)
Olivier Tischendorf is a private trader. He has been actively trading the markets since 1999. As bull markets can last up to 20 years his main focus is now geared towards resource stocks. He started accumulating physical gold and silver back in 2004. He runs a website where he shares his views and continues to learn about the markets. He is based in Germany.
Sutida is the CEO of Ebeling Heffernan in Asia, socialite and philanthropist. She has earned a reputation in Asia as one of the most influential women to know in Thailand.
Sutida is a key participant in determining business strategy and vision. She is responsible for all of the global business operations including sales, product marketing, product and distribution across the three major customer groups of audience, advertisers and publishers. Sutida was instrumental in developing the company's property business. Sutida continues to share responsibility for day-to-day operationsacrosss Asia.
After being an active investor on and off for almost 20 years, I left my position as a senior management and information-technology consultant in 2004 and built a career trading equities and options. I began focusing on market-neutral options strategies for generating monthly income in 2006 and currently trade a portfolio comprising long-vol, short-vol, and vol-neutral options spreads. I spent four years as Chief Analyst and Trading Strategist for the Calendar Options newsletter, which was sponsored by Condor Options (www.condoroptions.com). In addition, I publish The Volatility Trader blog and am a Seeking Alpha contributor. I hold a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from the University of Pennsylvania, and currently am serving as treasurer and vice president of a small non-profit organization.
A deeper, subtle view of the markets from floating energy & depths of subconscious, that actually drive economy, people and their actions!
CURRENTLY NOT interested in any contacts as I have no time to provide any services to others. I am only interested in futures of financials & commodities.
Douglas Borthwick is a Macro Analyst and FX Trader. Mr. Borthwick has over 20 years of experience in G20, and emerging markets foreign exchange and interest rate trading. He has managed trading desks at Faros Trading, Morgan Stanley, Merrill Lynch and Standard Chartered; in G20 forwards, Asian deliverable and non-deliverable forwards, and Latin American deliverable and non-deliverable forwards. He was the Head of Latin American non-deliverable forwards and options trading desks and a Director with Standard Chartered Bank from 2007 to 2009. As the Head of Standard Chartered's Latin American trading team, his primary responsibilities included proprietary trading and market making for global hedge fund, real money and corporate clients. Mr. Borthwick helped the bank grow and manage the trading business, delivering the firm's franchise in the U.S., China, Hong Kong, India, Singapore and South Korea. Prior to that, Mr. Borthwick was the Head of Strategic Trading within Foreign Exchange and a Director with Merrill Lynch. He traded deliverable and non-deliverable currencies in the G20 and emerging markets space along with proprietary indices and interest rate futures on a proprietary basis. From 1996 to 2005, Mr. Borthwick headed the G20 deliverable forwards and Asian non-deliverable forwards trading desks for Morgan Stanley, servicing daily flow from global hedge fund, real money and corporate clients in addition to trading the firm's own account on a proprietary basis. He advised hedge fund and corporate clients during the Asian crisis and traded in London, Hong Kong and Tokyo. Mr. Borthwick was also an analyst within the economic research department of Lehman Brothers. He was a member of the institutional investor ranked teams for both U.S. and Latin American economics. Douglas is frequently quoted by Bloomberg, Reuters, the Wall Street Journal, and the Financial Times and regularly appears on CNBC, Bloomberg Radio and Bloomberg TV. Mr. Borthwick holds a B.S. from Carnegie Mellon University, with a concentration in Economics and an M.B.A. from Yale's School of Management.
Michael's history with financial markets dates back to 1979 on the Pacific Stock Exchange Options trading floor. Michael has traded in the US, UK (London Traded Options Market), Netherlands (Amsterdam's European Options Exchange), and Germany (DTB). He is also an internationally published analyst of technical analysis covering the major indices, bonds, currencies, and commodities of Europe and the U.S. Currently based in San Francisco Michael continues to trade and write analysis.
I have been in the stock market since 1989. I have been trading and investing on my own since then. I have established a website for people that are serious traders and investors. We have a bulltetin board that we use for information and not for jibbersih on how your stock is going to the moon because you own it. We are always looking for factual information. Rumor is fine as long as we do not find you are spreading rumors that are always not coming true.
Dan Rosenblum is the writer and editor of the Sharkbiotech.com (http://www.sharkbiotech.com) newsletter. His combination of a background in medical sales and as a full time trader for the last ten years give him a unique prospective in how to navigate the treaterous waters that is the biotech sector. He lives in New York with his wife and five children.
I started following the stock market as a freshman in high school. Since then, my interest in the stock market has evolved into a passion of mine, something that I plan on turning into a great career.
For the most part, I am self-taught via books, blogs, and real-life experiences. I have been trading real money for almost 4 years now. I trade primarily stocks and stock options, with an average holding time anywhere from a day to a week. All of my trades revolve around technical analysis, as timing is nearly everything these days. I do follow market fundamentals, but because my holding periods are often very short, such views often take the backseat in my trading, serving more as a general snapshot of market trends than anything else. I always use stop losses. And only "losers average losers," as iconic trader Paul Tudor Jones famously has posted above his office desk.
I am 21 and will be interning at SMB Trading in NYC this summer. My goal is to end up on a trading desk somewhere on Wall Street after I graduate. When I'm not trading, I can be found snowboarding, playing golf, and traveling to Indio, CA for the Coachella music festival, those three epic days in April.
Kingsley Anderson (pseudonym) is a long-time individual trader that primarily relies on technical analysis to decipher the markets. Before becoming a trader, he worked as an attorney at a law firm, handling such issues as financial and white collar crimes. He also served as a judge advocate in the U.S. Army for five years and continues to serve in the Army Reserve. Aside from his articles published on Seeking Alpha, one of Kingsley’s pieces will be published in Technical Analysis of Stocks and Commodities in the near future. Visit Kingsley's website: Trade the Breakout (http://www.tradethebreakout.blogspot.com)
Christopher Grey is a trader, investor, and co-founder of CapLinked (www.caplinked.com), an online, secure, private collaboration platform that helps investors, entrepreneurs, and advisors manage deals, due diligence, closings, and portfolio investments in private companies and ventures. Chris was a senior executive and managing partner in private equity, finance, and banking for 15 years and directly involved in the origination and management of billions of dollars of debt and equity investments in various industries. He founded two companies, Crestridge Investments, a private equity firm that made debt and equity investments in micro cap and middle market companies, and Third Wave Partners, which made debt and equity ...More investments in distressed situations, and was managing director of Emigrant Bank, the largest privately owned bank in the country. Chris is a founder of Stanford Professionals in Real Estate and a columnist for TheStreet.com.
I am a business graduate from Carleton University. I passed the CFA level 1 exam in December 2010, and plan to pursue the CFA charter.
I play poker professionally. I find myself incorporating similar concepts from poker into my investing strategies. Each practice is about risk, reward, and potential payout.
Our goal at T3Live is to help traders and investors make more money, plain and simple. We have created a fully transparent, value-added platform where anyone can learn from and trade alongside experienced professional traders. Through comprehensive education and extensive market analysis, we teach traders how to become consistent and profitable. We offer interactive education programs for traders of all experience levels and provide in-depth market analysis for both short- and long-term traders. Most importantly, we explore the psychological barriers to success and demonstrate the discipline necessary to run a successful trading business. We invite you to join our trading revolution!
Fari Hamzei is frequently quoted by CNBC, Bloomberg, Fox Business and RealMoney. His book, Master Traders: Strategies for Superior Returns from Today’s Top Traders, published by John Wiley & Sons in October 2006, has already become a bestseller on Amazon trading books space. On January 29th, 2007, Timer Digest ranked Fari tied for THIRD place for the past THREE YEARS in its "Timer of the Year Competition. As of September 13, 2008, Fari was ranked 3rd in the Nation by Timer Digest among approximately 150 market timers in the last 12 months. On February 21, 2011, for the second time, Fari was the featured advisor on Timer Digest monthly newsletter and was ranked FIRST in the Nation for the last 12 months. On June 24, 2013, Fari was ranked 3rd in the Nation for last 12 months. Once a year, Fari teaches Proprietary Sentiment Indicators at The Options Institute of CBOE.
Fari is a graduate of Princeton University with a BSE degree in financial engineering and studied equity & debt derivatives under financial pioneers Jack Shelton, Ed Thorp, Richard Roll and Bob Geske at the UCLA Anderson Graduate School of Management. He was a director of strategic planning at Northrop Grumman Corporation's Aircraft Group and served for eleven years on the Board of Directors of Electronic Clearing House (ECHO), now an Intuit company (INTU).
Hamzei Analytics is in its eleventh year of operations and serves both the professional and institutional traders, while providing custom proprietary analytics to a select group of hedge fund managers.
HiddenLevers is the premier portfolio stress testing platform for financial advisors everywhere. Advisors use the correlations engine and easy user interface to help clients understand risk in portfolios, showcase hedging strategies, and compare portfolios in context of several macroeconomic outcomes. The stress testing toolkit also includes macro themes for those interested in using scenarios and economic trends to effect tactical asset allocation.
Advisors are able to use HiddenLevers for portfolio management needs like risk monitoring and stress testing, as well as fiduciary needs like client-friendly explanation and presentation of risk. HiddenLevers helps advisors manage client expectations with portfolio stress testing.
29 March 2008
On the Road from Samaria
When they manipulated the stock market,
I remained silent;
I was making money and felt superior to the crowd.
When they silenced their critics,
I remained silent;
I was self-righteous and felt they got what they deserved.
When they came for the blue collar workers,
I did not speak out;
I enjoyed my superior social status and the cheap consumer goods.
When they came for my neighbor's possessions
I remained silent;
I was afraid and jealous and glad to see him brought down.
When they grew richer and more powerful
I accepted their lies in silence;
I wanted to gain their favor and be one of them.
When they came for me,
and sent me to a camp as a useless eater
I reaped what I had sown.
On the Road from Samaria, Jesse
Andrew Abraham has been in the financial arena since 1990. He is a commodity trading advisor and co manager of a Commodity Pool. Since 1993 Andrew has been a proponent of quantitative mechanical trading programs. Andrew's major concern is not only total return on investment but rather the amount of risk that one would have to tolerate in order to achieve returns He focuses on developing quant models that encompass strict risk adherence and correlation. He has been a speaker at conferences as well as an author of numerous articles. Andrew has spent years researching ideas that have the potential to outperform indices as well as maintain fewer draw downs. Visit his blog: Trendfollowingmentor.com/blog
Jeff is the publisher of the "Trade in the Zone" newsletter and Trade in the Zone Blog (http://www.tradeinthezone.com/). Jeff has been trading and educating investors for 20 years. He has given lectures at the University of Maryland and Johns Hopkins University, taught night courses for adults at area high schools and has been interviewed by a local financial radio show. No matter what the market does in any given year (up 15%, down 15% or flat), there are dozens and dozens of stocks that go up 100%+ per year. His job is to find these new stocks and help people make more money than they ever thought possible. For more expensive stocks, he likes to use call options (what he calls POWER PLAYS) to get the most bang for the buck while defining the risk. His focus is on swing trades (he wants dollars, not dimes).