Doug Young is a China business news veteran, with more than a decade of experience writing about China's colorful cast of publicly listed companies. He currently lives and works in Beijing, where he is managing editor of Caixin Global, the English edition of one of China's leading business publications Before moving to Beijing, he worked as a reporter and editor for 10 years at Reuters, covering China's dynamic company news scene for most of that time, and also taught financial journalism at Shanghai's Fudan University for six years. At Reuters, he was most recently chief correspondent for Reuters' reporting on corporate news in China, leading a team of a dozen reporters covering all of China's major industries.
After living in Costa Rica & Mexico with US multinational company moved to Coral Gables, FL where I have been in Real Estate and Mortgage Investment business for the last 42 years.
Graduate of U. of Miami and Thunderbird School of Global Management and holder of various Professional Designations.
Private investor focused on value and GARP. I began investing in mutual funds just a month or so before Black Monday in 1987! I survived that and stayed the course. I have been investing now in individual stocks for 20 years. I find that capital markets are a continual learning opportunity, particularly when you are getting your ass kicked! SA is a tremendous vehicle for exchanging ideas in a thoughtful and respectful manner.