My experience in the architectural field are comprised of my studies at Penn State University, the Sedi de Roma Design Studio abroad in Rome, and my 5 years with with Neil Stevenson Architects. This has given me insight into a wide variety of project types including Urban design, Environmental Studies, Design in Coastal Environments, Educational Facilities, Modular housing both in urban and non-urban settings. As a LEED AP gaining experience with multiple LEED projects how shown me the importance of sustainable design practice. I plan to work towards gaining my professional license in conjunction with the growth and launch of GreenWizard. Specialties LEED construction, Sustainability, 3D Modeling, BIM, Rendering/Animations
Team StockMatusow.com research and writers are:
Scott Matusow; Team Leader, owner and founder of StockMatusow.com and Dan Cohen, partner, and independent investor/scientist/inventor/trader and lead contributor at stockmatusow.com.
Scott is an independent investor/writer/trader and team leader of StockMatusow.com.
He has have about 17 years of stock market experience which include trading, investing, and managing his family’s trust as well as his personal account.
Scott has had the most success in trading/investing in smaller cap growth companies. Because Scott is not 'officially trained' in the markets, he see things outside the box, using his experience to provide clarity and alpha. Scott uses his ability to read situations, emotion, charts, times and sales, historical data, and macroeconomic and other market forces to predict stock price movements, in both short and longer terms situations.. Using these acquired allowed for him to completely divest his own and family's money near the top of the market before the 2008 financial crisis.
Dan Cohen is a partner at stockmatusow and entrepreneur in the fields of nanotechnology, medical diagnostics, and energy storage. Additionally, Dan is a Scientist and inventor. He has 7 years of experience investing and trading biotechnology focused equities with a specialty in identifying under-appreciated value in small caps. Dan utilizes his experience reading and reviewing scientific literature to evaluate prospects for success. His work with diagnostics development give him a strong background in immunology which is leveraged in evaluating immunoncology focused approaches. As well Dan has 5 years trading futures, specializing in E-minis and Treasury products. He utilizes a combination of technical analysis, deep scientific research, and macro views to generate alpha for the team.
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My trading experience includes over twenty five years of intense investment analysis, trend analysis and deep level due diligence studies. My interest is to find small company opportunities that have established funding sources, have a plan of action and are in the preliminary to first stages of pipeline development and execution. My coverage and investment interest includes biotech, small cap and emerging growth companies, regardless of sector. I am a contributing writer at CNA Finance and cover emerging opportunities as well as breaking news events.
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Chris Holt is the Managing Editor of AllAboutAlpha.com, a popular industry website/blog covering research and trends in alternative investments. In 2008, Pensions & Investments magazine ranked AllAboutAlpha.com as one of the world’s 10 best financial blogs, alongside the blogs of the Wall Street Journal and Financial Times. He has written over 1,000 articles on the hedge fund sector, with an emphasis on industry trends, academic research, surveys, and practitioner research. In his role with AllAboutAlpha.com, Chris is also a regular chair and moderator at hedge fund industry events around the world, including the semi-annual “Global Absolute Return Congress,” the world’s leading alternative investment conference for pensions and foundations.
Chris is also head of industry relations in the Americas for the Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA) Association. The CAIA Association is a non-profit global association of alternative investment professionals and is the sponsor of the CAIA designation. Based in Amherst, MA, the CAIA Association has offices in London, Singapore and Toronto and has a dozen chapters in the world’s largest financial centers.
Prior to this, Chris was head of marketing for one of Canada’s largest hedge fund companies, and was a management consultant with several firms including Ernst & Young. Separately, he also consulted to the Annual Meeting of the Swiss-based World Economic Forum for 10 years. He is currently a member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Alternative Investments, has an MBA from Duke University and is a CAIA Charter holder.
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I am an individual investor and the author of seven eBooks on dividend growth investing. I try to help self-directed individual investors profit from stock investing. I contribute articles and studies to both Seeking Alpha and Daily Trade Alert. I hold an undergraduate degree in physics from Holy Cross College and a JD from Georgetown University. My wife Sue and I live in beautiful Canandaigua, NY.
The stock market is an incredibly interesting and dynamic puzzle that continues to draw me in like a game of chess where every few moves your opponent changes and parts of the board are obscured.
The investment models I design are typically used by family offices, hedge funds, brokerages and single investors. If you are interested in developing a certain model and want to throw a few ideas around, you are most welcome to contact me without feeling pressure or obligation.
My other passion is volunteering with the deaf. My wife and I moved to Malawi Africa from 2014 to 2016 where we learned Malawi Sign Language.
Jim Van Meerten is an advisor to Marketocracy Capital Management and writes on financial subjects here and on Barchart Portfolio Blogs and Seeking Alpha. He earned a BS in Accounting and Business Administration from Berry College; a Juris Doctorate from the Woodrow Wilson School of Law; and attended post-baccalaureate and graduate courses in Business Administration, Quantitative Math, and Education at Florida Atlantic University, Georgia State University and University of North Carolina at Charlotte. In the past he has been an accountant, attorney, adjunct professor in Business Law, Accounting and Internal Auditing, financial advisor, supervisory principal, and compliance officer. He also passed the Georgia CPA Exam, the Certified Internal Auditor Exam, and the FINRA Series 7, 24 and 9/10 exams.He is presently also a contributor on MSN Top Stocks Blog, Motley Fool and is a member of the M100 on Marketocracy, an elete honor chosen by the editors of Marketocracy as being in the top 100 portfolio managers of over 100,000 portfoiios they review. He would enjoy hearing your comments at JimVanMeerten@gmail.com.
Mick was editor-in-chief and VP of Content at Seeking Alpha from November 2005 to April 2010.
He's now the head of content at Covestor.
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