Zubin Jelveh covers economics and finance for Portfolio.com. Prior to joining the website, he reported on economics and the Treasury market for Reuters. He also worked as a Web producer for the New York Times, creating multimedia packages for the newspaper's Business Day section. Jelveh has a B.A. in economics from the University of Chicago and an M.S. from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.
Zubin Jelveh covers economics and finance for Portfolio.com.
Prior to joining the website, he reported on economics and the Treasury market for Reuters. He also worked as a Web producer for the New York Times, creating multimedia packages for the newspaper's Business Day section.
Jelveh has a B.A. in economics from the University of Chicago and an M.S. from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.
Bryan a.k.a. headlocal favors the viewpoint of Thomas Bass's acknowledgement recipients in THE PREDICTORS: profitable obscurity.
That said, he has unbounded admiration and supportive partisanship for the entrepreneurs who, by their ceaseless efforts and often unwarranted optimism, have continually found ways to create logistic growth patterns in new markets, generating countless good jobs and even more indirect economic activity through the regions they operate in. They are genuine ECONOMIC ACTIVISTS in H. Ross Perot's exact sense, and in the same spirit of the ACTS OF THE APOSTLES, people who DO things; genuine benefactors for their fellows.
Identifying the most fertile soil for the evolution and progression of these trends, their deep-macroeconomic impact, and investment/trading opportunites, are his central reason for reading S-A, and sharing concerns pertinent to said trends his usual reason for commenting.
Biographically, he has science and business degrees, and has worked in military, aerospace, commercial semiconductor and system houses, and currently trades on his own account using specialized tactical concepts rooted in bag-model QCD, game theory, and reflexivity. He generates market-agnostic cash flow from consulting on electronic circuitry issues and problems. He also has a select portfolio of "interesting" designs and business possibilities that seemingly emerged in his field of view, and whose husbandry may result in fruition, or not.
Bryan S. Gomez is from Manila and has been a student of the markets for 10 years.
He started working for Citisecurities upon graduating from Ateneo de Manila University with a bachelor's degree in Management Engineering. Because of the internet, the investing landscape has been put in a level playing field giving enough and equal opportunity to the small investor. Because of this equalizer, he is trading three markets everyday and had cumulatively lost 48,000 hours of sleep. He dreams of using technical analysis differently in different phases of the markets that require different trading or investing strategies. He is getting used to changing hats once in a while.
Financial and investment consultant on community investment boards, including Executive Director of a foundation. Retired senior executive of a large multi-national life insurance company and previously, the senior pension executive overseeing the pension and employee savings of a large petroleum & natural gas company in Canada. Also, was the CFO of a large multi-national private company. Extensive travel.