I'm the Director of Research at Wonder. Come check it out (askwonder.com) Previously, I worked for Seeking Alpha from 2008-2015. During that time, I was involved in building out the PRO and Marketplace subscription platforms, and also spent time writing 'Wall Street Breakfast' and writing for the Breaking News team. Before joining Seeking Alpha, I co-founded a (short-lived) start-up for crowd-sourced angel investing and worked in the private banking division of a boutique bank. I've got an M.Sc. in applied economics from Georgia Southern University, and a B.A. in economics from Brandeis University. My husband and I live in Israel with our two children.
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We are a group of private investors who pull resources together to lend on
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We provide funding on all deals ranging from Startups to real estate to
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Funding depends on the strength of the project as we believe all project
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do my own private investing, through due dilligence..I was introduced to the CEO of Polymedix, He showed me a visual presentation of Brilaciden on his laptop. I was impressed . The R & D costs are overwhelming. CTIX now owns all the necessary data of Polymedix to continue the R & D. I believe CTIX would be a good fit for Cubist,who have similar interests in these types of antibiotics
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I mainly trade mean-reversion strategies, specifically in the deep value space, but my fund is unconstrained and explores the entire asset class universe, looking for unexplored and underpriced opportunities across all investible sectors.
I'm an individual who runs a long/short and special situations portfolio. Posts here will mainly deal with special situations that I come across including odd-lot tenders, merger arbitrage, CVRs, dual share class arbitrage, SPACs, etc.
Director of Finance at Seeking Alpha. I joined Seeking Alpha from the world of assurance at Ernst & Young, where I was an audit manager in the technology division. Starting in the finance department of Seeking Alpha, and working on the Company's day to day operations, it was amazing to see it grow. I now work run the customer success team and am looking forward to being a continued part of the growth of the subscription business.
I am a reformed and recovering management consultant who, through multiple client engagements, applies deep exposure to the upstream and midstream oil and gas industry to create a picture of where these businesses will be in the next two years. With a background in both engineering and finance, I approach investing through a quantitative value approach for the medium and long term horizon.
The investment return profile looks to generate anywhere between 25 and 250 percent within a 12 to 36 month window and minimizes risk by focusing on businesses whose equity is liquid, and are large enough to allow a significant placement of investment assets (generally businesses with total enterprise values in excess of $250mm). The key elements of my investment style are:
1. Is there even the slightest chance the company is going bankrupt? If not, I just stop. I want stuff I can hang on to for long periods without significant risk.
2. Are the managers real artisans in their fields or have they fallen prey to the two most common corporate diseases: (a) their professional management activities are more important that the growth of the company or (b) their skills as financial engineers building masterpieces of leverage are more interesting to them than running a boring business. If not, I just stop. I want people running my investment that I can trust. Included in this category is skin in the game… they better own some measurable percentage of the business so that their own personal fortunes are tied up in it.
3. Is the business they are in one I could explain in under 30 minutes to my 10 year old son? For example, they suck natural gas out of the ground and sell it to whomever will give them the most for it. If not, I just stop. I want stuff I can understand without twisting my brain into a pretzel.
4. Do they build and/or sell stuff that during times of economic recession are truly discretionary items? If they are, I just stop. I want stuff that makes/sells things people need rain or shine.
Fundamentally, I believe self-directed investors can use their own experience and powers of understanding to make exceptional investments on their own, without turning to the professional investment advisory community... and obtain a much better return profile on their assets in the process. I like discovering value, whether because of cyclical down-on-hard-luck stories or secular growth stories and highlighting why I believe they are so.
Patience, low investment position turnover, true understanding of real value of a business, and the power of geometric compounding are the things for which I strive.