Jeremy Frommer, CEO of Hedge Fund LIVE Jeremy Frommer has 20 years of industry experience and is currently responsible for general management and leadership of the General Partner. Previously, Mr. Frommer was a Managing Director and Head of the Global Prime Services Group (“GPS”) at RBC Capital Markets (“RBC”) and was a member of the RBC Global Equities Operating Committee. GPS was a provider of innovative financial services and customized trading technologies for institutional trading desks, hedge funds and individuals. GPS encompassed five business divisions, as well as the Electronic Trading Development Group. Mr. Frommer oversaw in excess of 120 professionals, including a 20-person programming group, ...More and managed the Professional Trading Division, which housed nearly 300 independent traders. Revenues for GPS averaged approximately $150 million annually. Mr. Frommer moved to RBC through its acquisition of Carlin Financial Group (“Carlin”), where he held the position of CEO. Over three years, he is credited with having doubled Carlin's Institutional Sales desk in size and volume while turning Accel, the company's full service direct market access trading system, into a fixture on the trading desks of leading hedge funds across the country. This rapid growth, generated by Mr. Frommer and his team, attracted the attention of RBC Capital Markets Corporation which acquired Carlin on January 2, 2007. While at Carlin, Mr. Frommer oversaw nearly 120 professionals and was the Head of Generic Trading, a broker-dealer affiliate of Carlin servicing nearly 500 independent professional traders. Carlin averaged approximately $85 million in revenues annually during Mr. Frommer’s tenure. Prior to Carlin, Mr. Frommer was the founder and CEO of NextGen Trading, where he and his development team created proprietary arbitrage trading software, oversaw a group of 30 proprietary traders and a ten-person event-driven sell side trading desk specializing in algorithmic execution. NextGen Trading began its integration with Carlin in 2002, first as an affiliate, and then completed a merger with Carlin in late 2004. Mr. Frommer was named interim CFO of Carlin during the integration period. Prior to spending eight years as an entrepreneur and senior corporate manager as detailed above, Mr. Frommer spent time as a Managing Director at Bank of America Securities and a Director at the Royal Bank of Canada. In both positions, he was the Head Portfolio Manager of the Event-Driven Proprietary Trading Group, managing portfolios as large as $1 billion. Mr. Frommer has also held a number of senior positions at other financial institutions, including at Guard Hill Capital as Head Trader, at Bankers Trust as Head Trader of the Principal Investing Group, and at Kidder Peabody & Co., where he underwent his credit training. It was at this early juncture in his career when he started to build professional relationships with both Alan Portnoi and Dean Machado that would lead to the construction of the majority of the General Partner’s senior management team. Mr. Frommer holds a B.A. degree in Philosophy from State University of New York at Albany where he graduated magna cum laude and has studied philosophy at the London School of Economics. In his later life, Mr. Frommer has taken up the practice of yoga, and he imparts his newfound hobby upon his TFG colleagues. He fashions himself a moral realist. Apart from his Wall Street endeavors, Mr. Frommer is an owner of Overnight Productions, a film and television production company in which he is partnered with acclaimed producer Rick Schwartz, as well as 1OAK, a Manhattan hotspot managed by Scott Sartiano and Richie Akiva.
Street One Financial LLC (S1F or Street One) is an independent entity affiliated with Precision Securities, LLC., a full service registered broker dealer and a member of FINRA/SIPC. Street One specializes in educating, evaluating and trading ETFs, equities and options. Our firm assists portfolio managers in constructing their portfolios and identifying which ETF products may provide the best desired exposure by specific manager objective, fees and liquidity. The ETF/ETP landscape is evolving rapidly and has diversified quickly beyond passive equity index ETFs. Now actively managed strategies, fundamental and quantitative ETFs, as well as those that offer exposure to fixed income, commodities or even volatility indexes are available to all investors. Street One believes the key to understanding this rapidly changing environment is to learn how specific products work and where they may fit within a manager's portfolio. In addition to ETFs, options, and equities, we also handle closed end funds (CEF) trade execution and access to liquidity.
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I am a portfolio manager, trader and system builder focused on fusing proprietary algorithms with relevant quantitative strategies derived from seasonal, pattern or event-related methodologies. I have been investing professionally for over 15 years and currently focus on trading the global macro futures markets. My time horizon on a trade spans from minutes to weeks...at times I am a long-term investor and will hold a position for months...but rarely.
I have been investing since late 2005. Interested in high yield stocks, options, E&P names, and financials
Currently work as a commercial real estate appraiser. Graduated Rutgers University in 2009 with a degree in Economics and completed my MBA at Rutgers Business School in 2015.
Oil and energy analyst. Consultant geologist and geophysicist with about 3 decades of activity in the energy sector (from operations to geopolitical and policy issues). B.Sc. Hons (Geology), M.Sc. (Geophysics).
Dr. Moors has appeared over 1,400 times as a featured television and radio commentator in North America, Europe and Russia, including ABC, BBC, Bloomberg TV, CBS, CNN, NBC, Russian RTV and regularly on Fox Business Network.
A professor in the Graduate Center for Social and Public Policy at Duquesne University, where he also directs the Energy Policy Research Group, Moors has developed international educational programs and he runs training sessions for multiple U.S. government agencies. And until recent revisions in U.S. policy, Dr. Moors was slated to be the deputy director of the Iraq Reconstruction Management Office (IRMO) in Baghdad.
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Irfan Chaudhry has more than 20 years of investing experience in global equity markets, commodities. real estate and alternative strategies. He has an undegraduate degree in electrical engineering, MBA and is CFA & CAIA charter holder. Being passionately curious about the market’s behavior he uses his statistical and financial background to question the common views and profit on the misconceptions. His time is divided mainly to analyzing various markets, energy markets, precious and industrial metals and alternative asset classes. He advises on micro and macro asset allocation, investment strategies and trading ideas and writes commentaries & essays. He is also an avid student of mathematics, psychology, philosophy and statistics.
Whitney Tilson is the founder and Managing Partner of Kase Capital Management, which manages three value-oriented hedge funds. Mr. Tilson is also the co-founder of Value Investor Insight, an investment newsletter.
Mr. Tilson has co-authored two books, The Art of Value Investing: How the World's Best Investors Beat the Market (2013) and More Mortgage Meltdown: 6 Ways to Profit in These Bad Times (2009), was one of the authors of Poor Charlie’s Almanack, the definitive book on Berkshire Hathaway Vice Chairman Charlie Munger, and has written for Forbes, the Financial Times, Kiplinger’s, the Motley Fool and TheStreet.com. He was featured in two 60 Minutes segments in December 2008 about the housing crisis (which won an Emmy) and in March 2015 about Lumber Liquidators. He served for two years on the Board of Directors of Cutter & Buck, which designs and markets upscale sportswear, until the company was sold in early 2007.
Mr. Tilson received an MBA with High Distinction from the Harvard Business School, where he was elected a Baker Scholar (top 5% of class), and graduated magna cum laude from Harvard College, with a bachelor’s degree in Government.
Mr. Tilson spent much of his childhood in Tanzania and Nicaragua (his parents are both educators, were among the first couples to meet and marry in the Peace Corps, and have retired in Kenya). Consequently, Mr. Tilson is involved with a number of charities focused on education reform and Africa. For his philanthropic work, he received the 2008 John C. Whitehead Social Enterprise Award from the Harvard Business School Club of Greater New York. He is a member and past Chairman of the Manhattan chapter of the Young Presidents’ Organization. Mr. Tilson lives in Manhattan with his wife and three teenage daughters.
Dr. Ahanotu is a graduate of Stanford University with over twenty-five years of experience doing analytic modeling, executing pricing strategies through price optimization, and implementing, developing, and selling enterprise software. He adds to this industry experience another five overlapping years of research in knowledge management and organizational learning.
Duru Ahanotu, Ph.D. founded Ahan Analytics, LLC to deliver data-driven approaches for improving business performance with a focus on local non-profits, small businesses, and local governments. For example, he built a scheduling optimization model for a small OBGYN practice that took into account the stochastic arrivals of babies that interrupt clinic appointments. He also provided recommendations to improve the public-facing web site for a Bay Area police department that increased completion rate of incidence reports.
Dr. Ahanotu currently writes and maintains a financial blog (http://www.drduru.com/onetwentytwo) that demonstrates the use of data analysis to understand financial markets. He particularly focuses on the innovative use of a custom technical indicator. The blog includes the analysis of housing markets, currencies, commodities, high-tech, and historical/seasonal market trends.
Dr. Ahanotu is also developing a learning module to help youth make better decisions through analysis and structured thinking.
Dr. Ahanotu earned a Master’s and Ph.D. in Engineering-Economic Systems (1999), a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, and Honors in Values, Technology, Science, and Society (1991) - all at Stanford University.
King of All Trades Financial Media emerged into the public in 2008. They gained acclaim by covering the turnaround and success of wildly underestimated companies like Sirius XM Radio back in 2007/2008. They have been featured in two film documentaries on the media industry (Radio Wars and Stock Shock ~ Mohr Productions), quoted by worldwide financial media analysts, and been published internationally. Come join the discussion at https://www.kingofalltrades.com or enjoy our publishing efforts here at Seeking Alpha ~ a KOAT Partner since 2009.
Lawrence Weinman has worked over 20 years in the financial markets advising both institutional and individual investors. His services now include both ongoing fee only asset management and per hour or per project portfolio analysis and allocation reommendations by email/phone or in personal meetings. He is available for personal consulations Calfiornia, New York metropolitan area, South Florida and for US citizens in Israel.
He has worked in the capital markets groups of Citicorp, Morgan Stanley and Societe Generale where he headed the foreign currency options marketing group for North America. Working with individuals he has designed and implemented asset allocation and investment strategies and assisted his clients in retirement and tax planning. Mr. Weinman has presented seminars on financial issues to both lay and professional audiences in the US and abroad and has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, Business Week, CNN and the Reuters and Bloomberg news services as well as local Southern California media. Mr. Weinman holds a BA from Columbia University and an MBA from the Stern School of Business of New York University. He currently teaches a class on investment management for MBA students.
A wanderer in the small cap wars, the Goombarh has survived the glory and collapse of the internet boom, the 2008 bust and was killed in the 2011/12 commodity collapse. Now he is a wanderer... The world has evolved with the rising tide of growth of the middle class from the emerging markets. In the Goombarh's opinion, this provides a long term structural change of continuing demand for oil, metals and commodities, however investing is very difficult due to the complexity. The Goombarh has Neanderthal heritage and as such has an extra section in his brain that gives him his prescient ability. ...just kid'n. " I may be quite an opinionated writer, but I would like to share my findings, insights and research, in order to give an investor, an edge on the market. I may be holding a position in the stocks that I write about." The term “goombah”, comes from Latin “cumbà”, is an older or senior advisor, or quite literally godfather. The term also has gangster connotations, but that is not my intent. I have deliberately, adding an “r” to make the sound more my own. Welcome to the readings, where I may share my opinions.
Alan Rosenfield brings 29 years of experience to private discretionary asset management. He currently is the managing director at Harmony Asset Management, a registered RIA. The firm
uses a “GARP” investment style and multi-asset class strategies which includes equities, fixed-income, real estate and private equity investments. The firm uses both individual securities and ETFs.
Mr. Rosenfield is a former #1 ranked mutual fund manager (ranked by Morningstar and Lipper) and has extensive public speaking experience, including appearances as a guest speaker on “Money Matters,” NBC, ABC and CBS television news programming. In addition, Mr. Rosenfield has been quoted in BusinessWeek, Reuters, Investors Business Daily, “The Street.com,” and The Arizona Republic.
Jeffrey Dow Jones is the managing editor for Alpine Advisor. He has previously worked for PaineWebber/UBS and Ford Motor Credit Company, and he spent the last decade co-managing a group of hedge funds. He holds a degree in Business Economics with a specialization in Computer Programming from The University of California - Los Angeles.
He publishes a free weekly newsletter at AlpineAdvisor.info.
Matthew Bradbard serves as a Director at RCM Alternatives & Attain Portfolio Advisors. Matthew began his career in the commodities business as an advisor to clients on asset allocation and buy/sell decisions. Matthew has devised, implemented and executed trading strategies for several firms since entering the commodity business in 2001. Matthew has also managed his own global macro CTA that traded numerous futures and options strategies and operated his own Introducing Broker for 5 years. A prolific commentator, Matthew has published subject-specific articles, market commentaries, and Managed Futures educational pieces for the last decade. Matthew is frequently interviewed for his opinion on commodities and current events as they relate to commodities and their role in an investor’s portfolios.
Brad Case, Ph.D., CAIA is Vice President, Research & Industry Information for NAREIT, the National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts (www.reit.com). Dr. Case has been researching commercial and residential real estate markets for more than 21 years and has published articles in top-quality academic journals as well as investment and industry publications such as Research magazine, Registered Rep, On Wall Street, Benefits & Compensation Digest, BNA Real Estate Law & Industry Report, and REIT: Real Estate Investment Today. Prior to joining NAREIT he served as an economist on the staff of the Federal Reserve Board in Washington, where he developed proposals to strengthen regulation of mortgage lending and credit risk.
Dr. Case earned degrees from Williams College, the University of California at Berkeley, and Yale University, where he worked with Bob Shiller. He has completed Levels 1 and 2 of the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) examination process and is registered for Level 3 in June 2011.
Andy Zaky has been a stock investor for over 17-years now and has a Juris Doctorate from the UCLA School of Law-- a top 15 law school in the United Stated. Andy's focus is in technology stocks. He has closely analyzed Apple, Google and Amazon since 2005. Andy currently runs a variety of model portfolios at Bullish Cross and plans to launch a U.S. Domestic conservative Long-Short highly-diversified equity fund that closely tracks the S&P 500. The model for that fund has signfiicnatly outperformed the S&P 500 since the portfolio launched in 2015 despite being diversified in at least 450 stocks at all times, no derivatives and no single stock comprising of more than 5% of the portfolio's AUM at entry as of September 2017.
I am an independent investor writing at Scott's Investments (http://www.scottsinvestments.com). My site is dedicated to discussing and publicly tracking historically successful investments strategies and sharing free investment resources. I emphasize empirical, historical, and quantitative analysis, portfolio strategies for individual investors and technical analysis.
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The author of Stockerblog worked for over 20 years in the financial services industry as a stockbroker, investment advisor, Vice President of a San Francisco money management firm, mutual fund wholesaler, and market maker on the Pacific Stock Exchange. He has written numerous articles for the Bond and Share Society Journal, Friends of Financial History Magazine, TheStreet.com and many other investment publications. He has also appeared on CNBC and Fox Business News, and is founder of WallStreetNewsNetwork.com.
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