About Three Knights Capital:
Three Knights Capital, Inc. is an investor relations and independent investment research firm located in Port Jefferson, New York. A powerful Investor Relations program is essential for any on market or pre market company.Three Knights Capital encourages companies to be proactive in this arena, providing dedicated services to achieve robust and effective investor relations.
About The Real Estate Stock Review:
The Real Estate Stock Review is an Independent Investment Research Website and Newsletter featuring Stocks, ETFs and Mutual Funds in the Real Estate Sector. Real Estate Stock Reviews' Top Performing Real Estate Stock List is compiled by the Real Estate Stock Review, which is a collaboration between Institutional Analyst Inc. and Three Knights Capital, Inc. Each week, the Real Estate Stock Review issues a Top Performing Real Estate stock list, with percentages gained for varying time periods, along with a brief corporate description.
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Ian Bezek worked for 3 years as an analyst at a New York-based hedge fund. He's currently living in Mexico, pursuing some entrepreneurial opportunities.
Feel free to contact him regarding investments, writing, or speaking opportunities.
I look for opportunities to invest where the expected value is sufficiently greater than the cost to invest and look to invest the appropriate portion of the total funds available. To make a gambling analogy, a highly favorable investment would be one where you could invest $1 on a flip of a coin and receive $10 if it flipped heads and lose only $1 if it came up tails. However, you would not want to invest all of your funds because you would be broke if the coin turned up tails. Thus, the goal is to find investments where the edge is sufficiently large and then invest the appropriate portion of the funds. The Kelly formula provides a theoretical basis for the appropriate percentage of total funds to invest in a single opportunity.
However, in the real world, the precise odds are rarely known. Thus, I seek to develop the ability and obtain the knowledge to calculate the odds with a degree of accuracy, and conservatively enough, to be able to make intelligent invesments.
With regards to equities, which I have primarily invested in, I seek to understand the economics of the business so as to evaluate its potential for long term success or failure. I seek to use this understanding, along with an examination of its financial statements, to determine if the company is undervalued or overvalued. I may then decide to go long undervalued companies and I may decide to short overvalued companies. My preference is to find companies to purchase, rather than to short.
Mr. Roe has over 20 years of US and international investment experience, on the sell side, buy side, and as an individual investor. On the long side, he looks for value and compelling catalysts. On the short side, his current interest is in various US and Chinese companies worth zero.
I am interested in all things ECD. I am not affiliated with but am a fan of Energy Conversion Devices. Topics that draw my attention: Energy Conversion Devices, United Solar Ovonic aka Unisolar or Uni-solar, Ovonic Materials, Ovonic Battery Company, Cobasys, Ovonyx, flexible thin film photovoltaic laminates, NiMH batteries, phase change memory aka PCM or PRAM, etc.
For the latest, visit my blog at: http://ecdfan.blogspot.com/
Ray 69 worked as a supplier of marketing goodies to the international pharma industry for his whole working life. Retired wealthy by taking candy from the dummies that populate the industry. Even now while they proclaim to know the big pharma model is bust they still haven't got the guts to make the radical jump into the new world