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Sober Look (www.SoberLook.com) is a financial blog that deals with issues in capital markets, risk management, the economy, the financial services industry, and regulatory policy, with emphasis on finance education. The goal is to get beyond the hype and hysteria and focus on real issues, using facts and data from primary sources.
Send us tips, questions, suggestions, comments, guest posts - you can remain anonymous if you wish: tips@SoberLook.com
Retail Investor, Shareholder Advocate and Editor of Stocks DD blog. You are cautioned to read the disclaimer in Seeking Alpha before reading my articles. I am NOT a registered investment adviser. My articles are ONLY for informative purposes and should NOT be treated as investment advice.
My investment philosophy:
1. Invest in Strong businesses (high barriers to entry) 2. Invest in Management with excellent track record for shareholder value creation 3. Invest at undervalued prices
Invest in special situations (bankruptcy or other restructuring) or Drug development firms, where there is with an asymmetric reward/risk...where I have strong conviction on a reward event.
I am also interested in the shareholders topics in publicly listed companies:
1. Shareholder rights 2. Giving shareholders a voice incl shareholder participation in value creation 3. Improving board and management's accountability to shareholders
Be a shareholder advocate and work towards insuring boards and management "do the right thing for shareholders", maximizing and protecting shareholder's value.
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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.
I am a generalist professional specializing in the intersection of major subjects like finance, economics, math, computer science and law, with a particular emphasis on business developments.
This unique mixture allows me to look at matters in both a dynamic and balanced way with a touch of stochasticity on the side.
Financial Economics, Quantitative Finance.
Competition Economics, Internet Economics, Applied Game Theory.
Yasmine Hayek Kobeissi (1973, Lebanon) holds a PhD in Finance awarded in 2001 by Univerisité Paris IX Dauphine. Over the last 17 years, she gained tremendous business acumen and a clear understanding of the financial industry’s challenges, limits and opportunities.
Yasmine aim is to make the financial community aware of the challenges ahead while guiding them through their researches to fine tune even better management tools. “Each cycle, each market, each strategy and each underlying asset requires an appropriate dedicated model. Nothing can be generalized to an entire portfolio.” Her books are dedicated to all those who do not want to fall in the next financial crisis and to those who want to get to the next level to perceive opportunities in markets turbulences.
Providing industry information, market research, indepth analysis and data from China research and Intelligence.
China Research and Intelligence publishes market research reports, industry analytical reports, company reports and industry databases. CRI also provides outsourcing and custom services for research agencies and report readers.
Robert Woronoff is a RIA in North Carolina. After a career in the newspaper publishing industry both as an employee and business owner, he recently got his RIA credentials and is working to create a business that allows him to pursue his life long hobby of investing. Mr. Woronoff has a B.S. degree from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a MBA degree from The Darden School at The University of Virginia.