Amateur investor and graduate engineering student at The University of Texas at Austin. I study robotics, but solar power and electric vehicles are my passion.
2013 - up 85% after riding the solar wave then making a few costly mistakes with naked calls and overexposure.
2014 - up about 10% after a rough year for solars. Saved only by selling covered calls.
Jim Van Meerten is an advisor to Marketocracy Capital Management and writes on financial subjects here and on Barchart Portfolio Blogs and Seeking Alpha. He earned a BS in Accounting and Business Administration from Berry College; a Juris Doctorate from the Woodrow Wilson School of Law; and attended post-baccalaureate and graduate courses in Business Administration, Quantitative Math, and Education at Florida Atlantic University, Georgia State University and University of North Carolina at Charlotte. In the past he has been an accountant, attorney, adjunct professor in Business Law, Accounting and Internal Auditing, financial advisor, supervisory principal, and compliance officer. He also passed the Georgia CPA Exam, the Certified Internal Auditor Exam, and the FINRA Series 7, 24 and 9/10 exams.He is presently also a contributor on MSN Top Stocks Blog, Motley Fool and is a member of the M100 on Marketocracy, an elete honor chosen by the editors of Marketocracy as being in the top 100 portfolio managers of over 100,000 portfoiios they review. He would enjoy hearing your comments at JimVanMeerten@gmail.com.
Natty Greene is an avid investor who is always on the hunt for undiscovered small cap gems benefitting from secular growth trends with an eye toward those stocks with increased insider or institutional ownership and potential acquisition targets.
Ivy League grad, summa cum laude, 4.0 in Economics, Columbia J.D., 20+ years experience identifying early trends and themes b4 the Wall St herd. In search of undervalued, underfollowed, explosive growth opportunities, principally in, but not limited to, the biotech sector.