Beth Kindig is the CEO and Lead Tech Analyst for the I/O Fund with audited results of up to 750% that beat Ark and other leading active tech funds over four audit periods in 2020 and 2021. Beth has over ten years of experience in competitive and product analysis in the tech industry dating back to 2011. Her experience comes from a decade of analyzing tech companies, tech products, and startups, and when tech overtook oil in 2010 as the world’s most valuable industry, Beth was at the forefront of this change in Silicon Valley. Beth's tech conference appearances date back to 2014 and her analysis began garnering press in the same year. She is known for making bold calls on tech stocks and offers weekly free analysis that leverages her ten years of experience in the private markets. She cares deeply about individual investors having access to the same quality of information as institutions -- especially in regards to the tech industry -- and utilizes both fundamental and technical research to understand and navigate both bull and bear markets. Beth uses a unique methodology to carefully form a thesis and this has placed her on the map as one of the best tech analysts in the market. This is not a methodology that the traditionally trained can learn or repeat. Her results and quality of analysis speaks for itself. MEDIA APPEARANCES: Kindig has spoken at many tech conferences, including the Android Developers Conference, GamesBeat, Advertising Week NYC, Tech Week Chicago, and BlackHat. She has been published in Forbes, MarketWatch, Venture Beat, MediaPost, AdExchanger, and the International Association of Privacy Professionals. She has appeared on Fox Business News, Bloomberg TV Asia, NPR, The Motley Fool podcast, This Week in Startups and more discussing her stock analysis.
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