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Portfolio manager delivering alpha principally through the discovery of under-the-radar small cap names with compelling stories misunderstood/underappreciated by the market.
David White is a software/firmware/marketing professional and a long time investor. He has worked in the networking field, the semiconductor equipment field, the mainframe computer field, and the pharmaceutical/scientific instrumentation field. He has bachelor's degrees in bioresource sciences and biochemistry from U.C. Berkeley. He is a former Ph.D. student in biochemistry. He has done significant graduate work in EECS and business at Stanford (through SITN) and UC Santa Cruz. He was awarded a Certificate in Advanced Software Systems (about 1/3 of an MS in EECS) by the Stanford Computer Science Department. He also took most of Stanford's undergraduate Computer Science curriculum.
I'm a Managing Director at A North Investments (ANI), a quantitative hedge fund based in New York. Those who'd like to contact me, private message me here or email me at email@example.com.
Simple qualitative analysis is a key component of every investment thesis. I am particularly good at keeping it simple and to the point. My analysis focuses on finding undervalued opportunity in growth industries. I am a long term investor working to buy great companies with a great story at a great price.
I have been trading part time for the past 10 years, focusing on swing trades and identifying how different stocks will "inhale and exhale" through the market. My primary targets are in the $2-$10 range, averaging over 2 million shares traded daily, and looking for an upswing. My goal is to average 10% per month, but will hold on for the long run with stocks that I believe in.
Published Technical Analyst, Author, Commodity Trader, Systems Developer, Algorithmic Intelligence, Computer Modeling of Processes.
I custom build Proprietary Artificial Intelligence for each individual client's portfolio needs.
After more 30 years in the business, Patrick MontesDeOca has developed a unique and automated trading tool based on a combination of Elliott Wave, Fibonacci, WD Gann and Vedic Mathematics.
This proprietary trading tool is called, The VC Price Momentum Indicator.
“This revolutionary trading tool identifies major cyclical changes and trading opportunities in the commodities and financial markets with unprecedented accuracy.”
In 1974 Mr. MontesDeOca began his career as a legal, banking and trading advisor for several major Latin American coffee exporters. During the mid-1980's, he became a member of the New York Coffee and Sugar Exchange, and the New York Mercantile Exchange.
During this time he served as a consultant and technical analyst for the Mexican
He is the creator of the MCTS Markets Commentary, an advanced automated and technically oriented market letter for the financial and commodity markets published daily in Consensus Magazine since 2003.
In September of 2012, Mr. MontesDeOca created and founded the Equity Management Academy, A virtual online trading academy. “Our mission is to inform and educate individuals looking for alternatives to conventional wisdom with proprietary market intelligence and independent progressive research for the financial and precious metals markets”.
Consultant / Investment research writer, focusing on natural resource companies & select other small cap opportunities. MBA, Financial Analysis, Top 12 rated business school, New York University (NYU) Stern School of Business.
Designated a Chartered Financial Analyst, "CFA" He's published hundreds of investment articles & CEO interviews on a number of prominent [Metals & Mining] and [Investment] websites including:
EpsteinResearch, InvestorIdeas, InvestingNews, MiningFeeds, Equity.Guru, Investing.com, Equities.com, CNAFinance, CountingPips, StockHouse, SeekingAlpha, TalkMarkets, CEO.CA, Investor-SMS.de, SmallCapMarkets.
On Twitter: @peterepstein2 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
I am an active investor in IP-centric investments for 6 years. I specialize in high risk / high reward situations both public and private. It is important for investors to plan for all outcomes as the litigation surrounding the IP investment takes many twists and turns. Extracting profits and limiting exposure are the keys to success.
I hope to provide information and strategies, which both expert and novice IP investors can profit from.
Follow me on twitter for the latest updates in the IP space:
I am an active investor and trader for my own brokerage account. I enjoy the sport of the markets and the challenges it presents every day. I have been reading SEC filings for many years, and I have grown accustomed to the natural resource sector in particular, although I like special situations in almost every sector. The longer I am around the market, the more I am drawn to smaller, lesser known opportunities. I have some free time on my hands and decided to give blogging a chance. I hope you find my writing informative and valuable.
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).
Stone Fox Capital Advisors is a registered investment advisor founded in 2010. The firm offers portfolio management with a focus on opportunistic stocks providing secular growth trends at an affordable value. An emphasis is placed on fundamental analysis though charts are used for timing entry and exit points.
Mark Holder graduated from the University of Tulsa with a double major in accounting & finance. He's been interested in the stock market since college and began managing investments for friends and family more than 20 years ago. Mark has his Series 65 and is also a CPA.
Invest with Stone Fox Capital's model portfolios on Covestor.com as he makes real time trades. Covestor also allows followers to duplicate the model portfolio in their own brokerage accounts. You can find the portfolio and more details here:
Follow Mark on twitter: @stonefoxcapital
Blogger, Self-Made Analyst, Trader, Investor, Crowdfunder and Critical Thinker. Currently, I am looking for a job in the investment space. Job offers are always welcome.
The name "Dutch Trader" refers to The Golden Age. This was a period in Dutch history, roughly spanning the 17th century, in which Dutch trade, science, military and art were among the most acclaimed in the world.
Dutch ships hunted whales off Svalbard, traded spices in India and Indonesia (via the Dutch East India Company) and founded colonies in New Amsterdam (now New York), South Africa and the West Indies. In addition some Portuguese colonies were conquered, namely in Northeastern Brazil, Angola, Indonesia and Ceylon. This new nation flourished culturally and economically, creating what historian Simon Schama has called an "embarrassment of riches". Speculation in the tulip trade led to a first stock market crash in 1637, but the economic crisis was soon overcome.
In 1602 the Dutch East India Company was founded. It was the first-ever multinational corporation, financed by shares that established the first modern stock exchange. This company received a Dutch monopoly on Asian trade and would keep this for two centuries. It became the world's largest commercial enterprise of the 17th century. Spices were imported in bulk and brought huge profits, due to the efforts and risks involved and seemingly insatiable demand.
To finance the growing trade within the region, the Bank of Amsterdam was established in 1609, the precursor to, if not the first true central bank.
My background is Management, Economics and Law. This I studied at Fontys Business School in the Netherlands, with specialization in Banking and Insurance.
My passion is investing, writing, travelling, history, swimming, playing chess and enjoying my family.
I love to analyze companies and sectors and write about it. Main points of interests: China, Biotechnology, Consumer, Energy, Mining, Dividend, OTC Market, Food, Robotics and some other themes.
As an investor I have a bias towards value investing and the markets. All opinions are my own and do not represent the views of my employer.Valuation metrics play an important part of my investment strategies. My investment philosophy is Unloved, Underowned and Undervalued.
One of the best investment quotes is: The key to making money in stocks is not to get scared out of them from Peter Lynch.
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Markman Advisors specializes in the strategic analysis of investment opportunities presented by intellectual property—and in particular, patent—litigation activities. We are all USPTO-registered patent attorneys with decades of combined experience in patent litigation, licensing and procurement. After many years practicing at some of the world’s largest and well-known law firms, we established and now run a premier intellectual-property boutique law firm, where we continue to practice patent litigation.
We have litigated numerous high-stakes patent cases in federal district courts throughout the country, as well as at the appellate level before the Federal Circuit. We are also experienced in USPTO proceedings, and have advised clients across a wide swath of technical areas with respect to patent-related matters.
Our base of former and current legal clients is diverse, from technology start-ups to some of the world’s largest and most well-known corporations. Collectively, we have led those clients through numerous Markman hearings, summary judgment motions, trials and appeals – on both the offensive and defensive sides of a case.
Our patent litigation experience, coupled with our knowledge of the market for "patent play" stocks, is the alpha we bring to each patent litigation-driven investment opportunity.
Author of the value investing newsletter detailing the formation of the "Punch Card Portfolio" (http://valueinvestorcanada.blogspot.com/). Devon Shire is an accountant and an investor with 15 years experience managing a private portfolio. Devon Shire's preferred portfolio management style is a concentrated approach, investing only when finding opportunities that offer a sufficient discount to the intrinsic value of a business. Devon can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I am individual investor with over 35 years investing experience. I have traded almost everything you can over that time. I prefer investing in microcaps as there can be above average rewards along with higher risk. The areas I follow very closely are: Technology, Intellectual Property, Precious Metals, Rare Earths, mining companies and Biotechs. Picking the emerging leaders can provide huge rewards for early investors. I blog on topics that are of interest to me and on ones that I hope will generate good discussion. I don’t consider myself an expert in any one area, but know a little about a lot of things. I believe as soon as we stop learning, we stop living.
I am also a guest contributor to the Patent Stock Review, the most comprehensive investment research and news aggregation service on Wall Street, covering publicly traded companies seeking to monetize their IP portfolios, or "Patent Play Stocks."
I am currently a Junior at the George Washington University and have been investing since the sixth grade with my own money. I am very interested in the pharmaceutical sectors, but will buy just about any stock if I feel that the company is undervalued. I hope to provide some helpful insight, and to in turn learn a lot from the rest of the investment community.
For the past 30 years, I have been involved in startups, as a founder, and active investor. My first company was purchased by Johnson & Johnson, which set the foundation for future investments.
My level of trading escalated after graduating from college, primarily as a result of my relationship with the founder of the Silicon Valley venture capital firm, Institutional Venture Partners, (Netflix, Twitter, Oracle). By focusing on VC backed companies, I soon learned the advantage of investing in promising companies before they became household names. My interest in startups has never waned, and has become my primary focus today.