Paul has been managing Noble Equity Fund, LP, a healthcare-focused hedge fund, since January of 2008. In addition, he manages Noble Advisors, LLC, a Registered Investment Advisor. Prior to this, he worked on the sell side at Sidoti & Co. and Deutsche Bank covering various industries. Mr. Nouri graduated from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, in 2005, with a Bachelors of Science in Finance and graduated from Yale School of Management in 2017 with a MBA.
I am a hedge fund portfolio manager who is currently investing my personal account and raising capital to launch a US equity strategy. Stock selection is both my passion and my profession, and I look forward to many good exchanges with my fellow bloggers at Seeking Alpha.
Look for my blog launch shortly- I plan to offer an investment newsletter highlighting promising long-term investment ideas. Additionally, I plan to offer a couple online investing seminars aimed at the long-term, do-it-yourself investor and the aspiring hedge fund analyst/portfolio manager.
By way of background, I received my MBA from an Ivy-league business school and worked at several tier-1 investment management firms for a number of years. I have performed equity research and portfolio management for both long-only and long-short diversified fund offerings.
I possess 10+ years of trading and investing experience, with a focus on precious metals, currency, energy, and technology markets. My decisions are based on market cycles, valuation metrics, technical analysis, and industry-specific trends and technologies. I typically hold positions for several years.
I also run InformedTrades.com, a site dedicated to helping individuals learn to trade the world's financial markets.
Todd Sullivan is a Massachusetts-based value investor and Co-Founder and General Partner in Rand Strategic Partners. He looks for investments he believes are selling for a discount to their intrinsic value given their current situation and future prospects. He holds them until that value is realized or the fundamentals change in a way that no longer support his original thesis. His blog features his various ideas and general commentary and he updates readers on their progress in a timely fashion. His commentary has been seen in the online versions of the Wall St. Journal, New York Times, CNN Money, Business Week, Crain's NY and others. He has also appeared on Fox Business News and is a RealMoney.com contributor. Visit his sites: ValuePlays (http://valueplays.net/) , Rand Strategic Partners (http://randstrategicpartners.com)
Certified Public Accountant and avid follower of markets.
Both fundamental and technical analysis are part of my investing strategy. I keep a close eye on macroeconomic data, currency shifts, and overall market trends. I mostly use options to initiate positions, but I do sometimes buy a stock directly.
I find financials to be the most interesting sector of the stock market, so that is what you will find me writing about most of the time.
Nicholas Pardini is a macro analyst and portfolio manager at Davos Investment Group. In addition to his work at Davos, he is the primary author of the financial publication, the Cause & Effect Report along with managing portfolios and advising institutional clients.
Previously, he worked as analyst on the buy side for eight years. Most recently he was as the macro and fundamental research analyst for multi-billion dollar equity derivatives hedge fund. He has developed an expertise in global macro trading, commodities, options markets, and equity analysis in the US and emerging markets.
Nick has visited and lived over 43 countries in five continents to develop an understanding on how the world and markets operate from a direct perspective During his residence in Singapore, wrote the Definitive Guide to Emerging Market Currencies, the first comprehensive publication on the subject since 1994. He also speaks at investment conferences globally and has appeared on financial media such Seeking Alpha, Zero Hedge, Futures Magazine, and USA Today among others.