Dr. Price writes about stocks, options, and the financial markets every weekday on Real Money Pro, a subscription site at The Street, and here, with Arrow Loop Partners at Seeking Alpha.Paul has been a speaker at the International Traders Expo in New York City and the Options and Forex Expo in Las Vegas. He also gives investment seminars for subscribers of The Street's multiple subscription sites.Dr. Price is also a featured contributor for Guru Focus.com, and here on Seeking Alpha.
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Jay Somaney is a partner and fund manager with TSG Capital Partners, a hedge fund based in Plano, Texas and writes Jay’s “So Money” Trading Diary on jaysomaney.com . Jay Somaney currently manages TSG Tech Fund, a hedge fund focused on the shares of companies involved in the Internet and related technology. Prior to that, Somaney worked on the sell side as a tech and telecom analyst. Before that, he was a fund manager and partner with SMS International, a hedge fund specializing in tech investments in the Far East (non-Japan). Jay holds a Master's in Business Administration from the University of Texas. Jay has been writing and making stock/options recommendations since the early days of the internet and has written articles for various financial websites like marketwatch.com, realmoney.com, streetinsight.com, street.com, globaltechstocks.com, bloomberg.com. Jay was also Wall Street Journal's (California Edition) Tech stock analyst of the year in 1997. Jay also currently is the founder of www.jaysomaney.com, a financial services site that focuses on specific trade recommendations via stocks and options in the tech, internet, IT and telecom sectors. Jay has been quoted in most major financial newspapers across the world including The Wall Street Journal, Dallas Morning News San Antonio Journal, Austin Statesmen, Barrons, LA Times, Mercury News, Economic Times of India, Times of India et al.
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Wade W. Slome, CFA, CFP® is President and Founder of Sidoxia Capital Management, LLC and published author of How I Managed $20,000,000,000.00 by Age 32. In addition, Mr. Slome has been a media go-to resource as seen on CNBC and ABC News. He has also been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, New York Times, Dow Jones, Investor's Business Daily, Bloomberg, Smart Money, among other media publications. Online, he is lead editor of the investment blog, InvestingCaffeine.com and a contributing writer to Morningstar, and Wall St. Cheat Sheet. Bloomberg identified him as the second youngest manager among the largest 25 actively-managed U.S. mutual funds in 2005. Besides his work at Sidoxia, Mr. Slome is an instructor at the University of California, Irvine extension department, where he teaches the Advanced Stock Investment course.
Wade Slome holds an MBA from Cornell University with an emphasis in Finance. He earned a B.A. in Economics from UCLA. In addition, he holds the credentials of CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) and CFP® (Certified Financial Planner). Mr. Slome managed one of the ten largest growth funds in the country ($20 billion in assets under management) at American Century Investments, and currently manages a hedge fund in addition to separate customized accounts for a selective client base at his firm (Sidoxia Capital Management, LLC) in Newport Beach, California.
I am the Director of Research and Index Products at BlueStar Indexes. BlueStar Indexes specializes in developing and commercializing indexes and ETFs with a focus on the Israeli capital markets. Israel offers investors the stability of a Developed Market with Emerging Market-like demographics, and is an indispensable leader in the global technology sector. Prior to joining BlueStar 2011, I was an equity analyst for an Israel based long-short hedge fund, specializing in fundamental analysis of small- to mid- cap stocks. I hold the FINRA Series 7 license and I am a 2017 Level III Candidate in the CFA Program.
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Dr. Paul Price, writer of Arrow Loop Research's premium research service, writes about stocks, options and the market every weekday on Real Money Pro, a subscription site on TheStreet.com. Paul has been a speaker at the International Traders Expo in New York City and the Options and Forex Expo in Las Vegas. He also gives investment seminars for subscribers of TheStreet's multiple subscription sites. Dr. Price is a featured contributor on Market Shadows.com, GuruFocus.com and TalkMarkets.com.
Paul followed his passion for the stock market when he gave up his career as a dentist to join Merrill Lynch back in April of 1987. Paul feels that he is “living the dream” of many investors. He stopped “going to work” when he turned 50 (in the year 2000) and has been living well from his investment returns ever since.
Paul enjoys sharing the accumulated market wisdom he’s gained from years in the markets. He loves analyzing companies and picking individual stocks. According to Paul, once you know what equities to buy, option writing (selling covered calls and/or naked puts) just flows naturally. They serve as ways to impose investment discipline and create income while providing an extra margin of safety versus plain vanilla share ownership. Paul’s articles stand out for their unique graphics which are packed with information which distills our TMI (too much information) world into easy to understand, and actionable advice.
ADS Insights provides insights into stocks and helps investors to make better decisions. Our writers collaborate, research, and offer their unique perspectives on various stocks in disparate industries.
Our writers from time to time may take opposing views on an investment. We may combine these viewpoints into one article or publish them separately, while letting readers know the differing opinions between the writers. If this is the case, we hope you get greater perspective and it makes your opinion on the investment in question more resolute on either side of the trade.
Radow has in-depth business development, financial, and project management experience throughout global channels. Understanding financial models, building client relationships, and effectively presenting ideas in impactful ways are among Radow's strengths. His innovations and ability to drive results lead Radow to a Professional Partnership with Westside Wealth Management of Raymond James. The team wins awards for its use and implementation of Real Assets, Managed Futures, Global Equity, and Fixed Income to smooth volatility and generate extraordinary risk adjusted returns.
Business Background: Radow implemented his financial strengths as a CFO in hospitality growing a fledgling firm into the largest tour operation in N. America. The experiences cemented his international perspective and drive to grow profitably.
Radow then joined the Roxi Group, Inc., a pioneering manufacturing, sales and distribution firm where he served as its Director of Business Development and lead the company’s licensing, sales, and distribution divisions.
Later, Radow was discovered by JAG Development, LLC, a company emphasizing land entitlement through diverse development projects to unleash value for investors, developers and lenders.
Most recently, Radow served as a portfolio manager and Director of Business Development & Client Relationships at Veni Capital Directors. He was responsible for monitoring client risk & asset correlations and to communicate these to clients.
Mr. Radow was awarded a Bachelor of Science degree in finance from the University of Nevada. He is FINRA Series 65 (Uniform Investment Advisor Law Examination) qualified.
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Marc is the founder and owner of Advanced Investor Technologies, LLC, as well as the publisher and editor at the internationally acclaimed web site www.ChecktheMarkets.com.
He holds an MS in Clinical Psychology from California Polytechnic State University, and is a former senior vice-president of Investments for two major brokerage firms. Besides his role as an investment publisher and analyst, he serves as a marketing consultant to the investment publishing and investment media industries.
In his role as a financial editor, he specializes in unique investment strategies, wealth preservation, understanding the investment markets ,value stocks, precious metals and energy stocks, emerging growth companies, ETFs, tax issues as well as "the psychology of investing". Besides his loved ones, he sees his personal "calling" as someone who helps others succeed and achieve financial security.He's been a motivational speaker and personal development specialist for over 35 years.
In addition, he's been interviewed on such popular media sites as The Money Show and The Oxford Club. Marc is a published author who has written hundreds of articles for a wide variety of investment newsletters and web sites. He has a special passion for helping "make the complex more simple", and is a big advocate of the K.I.S.S. (Keep It Successfully Simple) approach to investing and living life.
Analyst and Fund Manager with almost 20 years investment experience. Coverage includes a variety of industries, with a focus on technology.
Particularly focused on value stocks, poorly understood or under-followed situations, and contrarian perspectives.
Primarily invest in special situations with value that is poorly understood or not fully appreciated, or where we believe there is a highly asymetric risk/reward profile. Also look for long/short ideas in mid/larger cap names where we believe we have a variant view, and the market is dramatically mispricing value.
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I am an experienced individual investor who has been trading merger arbitrage stocks and options since the 90's. I am a writer with a Master of Science from Northwestern University and I truly enjoy writing articles about the stock market. I try to look for opportunities where the odds are in my favor and there is a definite edge. On Seeking Alpha my articles will aim to provide insight and favorable risk/reward for the readers.However, I am not an investment advisor so any recomendations or ideas I write about in my articles, blogs, or comments shouldn't be taken as investment advice. I recommend using my writings as a starting point to which you should add your own research or that of an investment advisor.
"Any time you make a bet with the best of it, where the odds are in your favor, you have earned something on that bet, whether you actually win or lose the bet. By the same token, when you make a bet with the worst of it, where the odds are not in your favor, you have lost something, whether you actually win or lose the bet."
-David Sklansky, "The Theory of Poker"
Ilene is editor and content manager at Phil's Stock World. Her educational background is in biology, pathology, and law. She has an M.S. in pathology and a J.D from Loyola Law School. She previously practiced law and currently writes, edits, and does research for prominent financial publications and other clients in financial services and law.
Formerly Chief Market Strategist at Capital Ladders Advisory Group LLC. After the sale of certain of CLAG's retail and institutional assets in October 2015, I have commenced my latest venture in the CPG industry which is centered on the development and licensing of consumer and commercial technology. https://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=AAIAAA3lJ9IBNi1rhhFzRWElkJl4MpyNuIiHglQ&trk=nav_responsive_tab_profile
CooLinX Integrated Technologies develops technologies for the beverage and CPG industry. We are presently effecting licensing agreements with multi-national brands and co-developing products aimed for mass market consumption.
Executive at a privately held materials science company engaged in the development of new materials for promising energy related applications. From the midwest (Go Blue!), but lucky enough to live in a nice climate today. Great family with three kids - when I'm not coaching or watching their numerous activities, enjoy surfing, mountain biking, and shooting. I've read much about investing over the years; I've always been a value investor, now getting into dividend growth strategy (2011). Areas where I have some modest expertise: auto industry, steel industry, plastics and injection molding, lithium ion batteries and related industries, material science research, start ups, and venture capital.
Benjamin is Principal and Chief Investment Officer for Guidance Point Retirement Services and an Investment Consultant for Guidance Point Advisors. His primary responsibilities include overseeing the investment process for the institutional and retirement plan clients served by Guidance Point Retirement Services. Benjamin also oversees client portfolios on a discretionary basis for Guidance Point Advisors.
Prior to working for Guidance Point Retirement Services and Guidance Point Advisors, Ben worked for Acadia Trust, N.A., a subsidiary of Camden National Corporation, as Vice President, Portfolio Manager based in Bangor, Maine. Ben assumed responsibility for and oversight of over $300 million in client portfolios, including individuals, families, retirement plans, endowments, foundations, businesses, and trusts; and he served on the Company’s Investment Committee.
Ben earned a B.S. in Business Administration with concentrations in Finance and Management Information Systems. He earned his MBA from the University of Maine, was awarded the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation in 2011 and is a member of the Maine CFA Society and the CFA Institute. Ben was named the 2006 Camden National Corporation Employee of the Year and received the Lorrayne Carroll Award for outstanding leadership in adult literacy within the State of Maine in 2008.