Scott Ryan Anderson is a former Financial Advisor and host of multiple radio talk shows in South Florida including WSBR AM740AM in Boca Raton, Florida (Moneytalk Radio Network affiliate) and 1340AM WPBR in West Palm Beach, Florida. Scott also holds a B.A. in Broadcast Communications from Geneva College. With a passion for writing as well as broadcasting, has spent the past two decades building a track record of prescient stock selection. As strong proponent of value investing, he looks for value as a bull and a bear, long and short. He believes that in raging bull markets, the best value can sometimes be found on the short side of the market and does not hesitate to take advantage of companies with securities trading far above what he believes to be there “intrinsic value” by taking a short position. Scott Currently publishes financial and political columns through his websites and sells no advice or newsletters.
Undergraduate degree from U. of Pennsylvania in biology although I did take too semesters of economics at the Wharton School. M.D. from U. of Pittsburgh. Studied rheumatology at Wake Forest U. where I remained on the faculty for 16 years with interests in basic research on the immune system and also clinical research. I then went into private practice and I retired 14 years ago. I began investing in the early seventy's as a value investor given that my late wife was Ben Graham's niece. After the March '09 melt down I started trading, but by the summer I had become primarily a fixed income investor.
I am a buy and hold common stock investor. Warren Buffett is definitely my guru. He makes the most sense to me. I began investing in the stock market at age 14 in 1970 with money earned on my paper route. What I have done since 1970 is invest primarily in the Dividend Aristocrats whenever the stock market is relatively low. I have never sold a single share of stock except on the rare occasion when one of my stocks was bought out for cash and I was forced to sell.. I keep all of my stock certificates or direct registration statements in a safe deposit box at the bank. I do not automatically reinvest dividends. I only purchase stocks when I feel that the stock market is relatively low. Brown University, B. A., 1978. Below are the 39 stocks in my portfolio.
Pushing penny stocks and pink sheets at Stratton Oakmont. Accountant and Landlord "The curious task of economics is to demonstrate to men how little they really know about what they imagine they can design." -Friedrich Hayek
I use charts much like a drunk utilizes a lamp post, "as much for support, as for illumination" -Unknown
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Laurentian Research conducts in-depth, data-driven security research to locate deep-values and undervalued GARP opportunities with a strongly asymmetrical risk-reward profile. Its investing style is contrarian, mainly long and very occasionally short, patient and long-term.
The focus of Laurentian Research is in, but not limited to, the resources play, including natural resources and digital resources. Here, natural resources are petroleum and minerals, which sustain our civilization, while digital resources are databases of critical information, which are the hottest commodity in the information age. There are a growing number of firms that build and vend proprietary databases and mine digital resources therein. In addition, for the purpose of hedging against the commodity cycles, Laurentian Research also follows certain businesses in the transportation sector, e.g., the ULCCs, airport operators, and railroads, and some financial service firms serving the natural resources-rich economies.
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John is a lawyer and accountant with over three decades of corporate finance, due diligence, M&A advisory and related legal services for manufacturers, innovators and investors in the energy storage and renewable energy sectors.
Over the last eight years John has earned a global following for his articles on the energy storage and alternative energy sectors. He has contributed to AltEnergyStocks, Seeking Alpha, The Street, NASDAQ.com and Batteries International Magazine and InvestorIntel.
John is a 1979 graduate of the Notre Dame Law School and a 1976 graduate of the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. He was admitted to the bar in 1980 and licensed to practice as a CPA in 1981. John’s diverse experience in corporate finance, natural resource development and energy storage give him a unique and sometimes unsettling perspective on the technical, economic and supply chain challenges of the battery industry.