Matthew Horowitz is a CPA based in the Mid-Atlantic area, working with businesses and individuals. Service oriented, with an emphasis on client planning services, quickbooks services, and all things tax. Away from the office, spends time on the tennis court. Has a nice rock music collection including rare vinyl from the Yardbirds, Led Zeppelin and The Who.
I'm the principle of the Intrinsic Asset Fund. The objective of the fund is to make short-term capital gains and beat the annual return of the S&P 500 Index. I use a growth strategy to create a high conviction portfolio. I use fundamental research to find companies that display strong growth characteristics, then I screen the market for specific fundamental qualities to narrow my choices down to a small pool that I believe will make outsized gains. I closely follow the approach of William J. O’Neil, the founder of the Investors' Business Daily newspaper and the famed CANSLIM investing strategy.
Hi, I'm Sarfaraz A. Khan. I have got an MBA from University of Aberdeen, located in the heart of UK's oil industry. My specialties lie in energy and materials stocks, but I occasionally cover services sector, emerging markets and ETFs. My work appears mainly on TheStreet and Seeking Alpha.
I am not based in the US, which is why I do not have any position in the US listed stocks that I write about. I do, however, own shares of funds that usually hold a long position in either Exxon Mobil, Chevron, Royal Dutch Shell, Schlumberger, Halliburton, ConocoPhillips, Honda Motor Company, GlaxoSmithKline, Unilever, or their subsidiaries that trade on non-US markets.
Ted Waller is a private investor who bought his first stock at age 13 (GTE) and has over 50 years of investing experience. His focus is on deep value and low risk. Acquiring wealth is a slow incremental process that requires setting goals, adherence to principles, patience, and flexibility.
MTS Insights opinion based articles on individual stocks and markets are posted here. For data-driven posts, visit my website by the same name. Founded by an investor who studied Mathematics and Economics.
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Years of experience working for a registered independent advisor ("RIA"), structuring client accounts, performing due diligence on separately managed accounts, and performing fixed income and equity research. Worked at a bulge bracket investment bank on the trading desk for mortgage-backed securities ("MBS") as well as within derivatives trading, finished my time there in internal risk and audit.
Now invest and write full time on Seeking Alpha.
Wolf Richter is the founder and CEO of Wolf Street Corp. He has 20 years of C-level operations and finance experience, including turnaround situations and startups. He lived in five foreign countries and traveled to 100 others on all continents. Currently in San Francisco.
Gold Finder has a BSc in Chemistry from the University of Amsterdam and is currently studying at the Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms Universität for his MSc Chemistry. He is fascinated by the financial markets and plans to grow his wealth through investments in long-term well performing equity. In addition, he manages a family equity portfolio.
For my long term positions, see my most recent blog or articles.
I am the author of Guiding Mast Investments monthly newsletter, focused on timely dividend paying stocks. My services include a review of individual portfolios along with education of portfolio management techniques. I have been a Registered Investment Advisor, financial author, and entrepreneur. I bring a variety of expertise to my clients, from personal investment planning and management to stock market analysis skills. I am the creator of the late 1990s investment newsletter Power Investing with DRIPs focused on timely selections of dividend paying stocks. I have also published two books through McGraw Hill, All About DRIPs and DSPs (2001), and The StreetSmart Guide to Overlooked Stocks (2002). My work experience covers a variety of fields.Prior to being a RIA, I spent 15 years as a corporate manager at Georgia-Pacific Corp before venturing out on my own, operating several businesses from manufacturing to export marketing management. President Ronald Reagan appointed me to the National Advisory Council overseeing the Small Business Administration from 1988 to 1991.
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I specialize in financial planning for families, business owners, and professionals. I provide comprehensive planning in business succession and continuity, estate planning, group benefits, and financial planning strategies. My core philosophy is to build long lasting relationships and always do what is in the best interests of clients through all stages of protection, accumulation, and distribution of wealth and assets.
Robert Ruggirello, CFA is the Managing Director of Brave Eagle Wealth Management, a NY based fee-only Registered Investment Advisor. Previously, Mr. Ruggirello served as an Analyst at Centre Asset Management, LLC. Robert holds a MS in Financial Statement Analysis & Securities Valuation from Baruch College and BBA in Finance from Pace University's Lubin School of Business. Robert is a CFA charterholder and a member of the CFA society of NY.
Brave Eagle Wealth Management specializes in holistic portfolio management for retired members of the FDNY. Our approach is differentiated in how we incorporate human capital and insurance levels into the asset allocation decision. We use financial assets to build a completion portfolio that diversifies away from the risks associated with our clients human capital.
We use a combination of active and passive investments in an expanded asset allocation framework that includes real assets and absolute return strategies.
As a geo-scientist with 35 year as a professional and executive in oil and gas companies to create value on projects through evaluation and valution analysis. Currently starting a technology driven conventional oil company during times of low cost to ensure each project is economically viable. Especially interested in turning around distressed oil company through technical and financial engineering process.
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I have 20+ years of investment experience ranging from trading to institutional sales to CIO for a Large Cap Equity Fund. I tend to lean on the GARP side of the industry and shy away from momentum stories. I have a contrarian bent to my analysis. Technical analysis helps assist the fundamental stories behind every investment I recommend.
Diversified DRIP investor since 1996 with the goal of using DIV's to support worldwide traveling in my retirement years. After traveling in 48 states and 31 countries I decided to marry in 2010 so I could live a longer healthier life. It is only through this worldwide solo traveling that I have learned the value of living a fulfilling life. Thank you for your interest in me.
I serve as the senior MLP research analyst for CBRE Clarion Securities, a global asset management firm based in Radnor, PA. My primary focus is on investing in Midstream companies, including Master Limited Partnerships (MLPs), within a larger infrastructure investment team.