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Juan Carlos Zuleta is an economist. He holds a master's degree in Agricultural and Applied Economics from the University of Minnesota and did Ph.D. studies in Economics at the New School for Social Research. Since 1992 he has published a number of articles on the economics of lithium. Due to his contributions to EV World.Com, Industrial Minerals and Seeking Alpha.Com during the period 2008-2009, Juan Carlos was invited to participate as a speaker at both the inaugural Lithium Supply & Markets Conference (LS&M) held in January 2009 in Santiago, Chile as well as the second LS&M Conference held in January 2010 in Las Vegas, USA.
Jason Schwarz authors the popular Economic Timing investment newsletter. His fundamental and technical research has become a primary resource for hedge funds and individual investors.
Robin Bloor is a leading technology analyst, authority and an influencer in the IT industry, who specializes in the analysis of software technology and the monitoring of technology trends. He is currently a Partner with IT analysis company, Hurwitz and Associates, Newton, MA. He also acts as an IT consultant in the UK and Europe, working through Bloor Research, the analyst company he founded and established in the UK. Originally a software developer and project manager in the UK financial sector, Bloor became a consultant with CMG (now CMG Logica) before founding Bloor Research in 1989. He worked from the UK until 2002, when he became resident in Texas and joined up with Hurwitz and Associates. In 2002 he was awarded an honorary doctorate by Wolverhampton University in the UK, for services to the UK IT industry.