I am professional with many years of experience in the pharmaceutical, biotech and device industry covering all functional areas from R&D to product commercialization. I write on Seeking Alpha regarding topics that I find interesting and focus on in depth financial and scientific research.
Michael Loftis is the founder of Ridgewood Capital Management LLC. His primary focus is value-oriented equity investing in the small and mid cap sectors. Michael is a former investment banker (Lehman Brothers and Barclays) and former M&A and securities law attorney (Mayer Brown and Keating Muething & Klekamp).
I am a physicist performing systems engineering research on real-world data fusion problems. My PhD explored chaos, complex and nonlinear systems, and force networks in multiphase fluid dynamics using a bed of flowing sand.
Currently, my academic interests employ optimal estimation theory to combine multiple biased, observations of dynamic systems.
Individual investor with over 20 years of experience, starting with 100 shares of Pepsi Co and a few zero-coupon bonds, progressing to managing a portfolio of about 30 securities. Formerly a corporate finance manager focused on business development and financial analysis and reporting. The last 6 years of my corporate career were spent in Melbourne, Australia, and I am a CPA certified by CPA Australia.
Family office principal focused on value-investing/ special situations with a long term owner's perspective. Previously took over a family business which I then grew and sold. Formerly an M&A banker at a bulge bracket firm.
SkyTides focuses on deep due diligence research of over-hyped stocks, outright stock frauds and public company individuals of questionable character. We use financial analytics, market research, expert opinions, accounting review, litigation review and other investigative methods, to make our case.
Sharing actionable investment ideas for individual investors in this low interest, fairly valued equity environment.
Special situation ideas are generally for shorter term (within 1 year), while deep value equity ideas would be for a longer period (2 year +) until the company is fully valued.
A.J. D'Asaro is a Alternative Strategies Analyst on an alternative manager research team, where he covers international currency, hedge fund replication, long/short equity, and market-neutral strategies. He co-manages a small-cap value investment partnership with the Chicago Investment Association during his spare time. Prior to that, D’Asaro worked at Parallel Advisors LLC, a San Francisco based registered investment advisor.
D’Asaro holds bachelor’s degrees in economics and business administration from the University of California-Berkeley and the Haas School of Business. During his time at Haas, he managed an investment pool of more than 200 investors using a bottom-up fundamental value strategy.
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