Arca Capital Investment Group (“Arca Capital”) is a private investment group with a strong Central European exposure. It focuses on the development of its private equity activities oriented on energy, real estate, retail and service activities, as well as regulated activities focused on building and managing fund structures focusing on energy, real estate and other financial services.
Arca Capital also carry out projects with so-called activist approach in which our goal is to remedy and eliminate non-standard or purposeful corporate management actions that have a negative impact on the operation and management of companies to achieve a significant positive change in strategy, financial structure or management of a company.
Assets under management over 1,4 billion USD.
Douglas Adams specializes in macro-economic research and turning theory into practical portfolio applications for clients over the past seventeen years. Mr. Adams recently formed Charybdis Investments International based in High Falls, New York where he is the managing director of a fee-only investment advisory practice with clients throughout the United States. As an author, Mr. Adams has commented widely on a diverse array of topics from Brexit to monetary policy to forex to labor productivity and wage growth. He holds an undergraduate degree from the University of California, a master’s degree from the University of Washington and an MBA in finance from Syracuse University.
As a self-taught investor working in the tax industry, I am very passionate about investing and firmly believe that is the key to becoming financially independent. My personal philosophy is that the core of a good portfolio uses cost-efficient index funds and individual stocks to enhance returns on a risk-adjusted basis.
Graduate student at Johns Hopkins, studying quantum effects of magnetism in the Institute for Quantum Matter. Interested in value investing primarily in the tech and defense sectors with an eye on lesser known stocks with large long term growth potential.
Zach is a biotech investor with PhD training in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. In real life, he is a scientific writer specializing in medical education. He hopes to provide a crucial piece of total due diligence as well as interesting insight into clinical findings that may impact readers' portfolios and lives.
In search of a better constructed, more efficient, easily replicable portfolio that is properly risk-balanced for growth with lower downside risk. Also scanning the market for high-quality assets at a discounted price.
Investment horizon is always medium- to long-term (12 months or more), and will often act as a contrarian to short-term consensus in order to identify the best longer-term investment opportunities. Tend to focus on technology and energy services sectors.
Founder Daniel Martins is a former equity researcher at FBR Capital Markets in New York City; finance analyst at hedge fund Bridgewater Associates; and associate auditor at General Electric.
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Kumquat Research is a college student and fund manager who has been investing for 5 years. He writes mostly about the technology sector and about event-driven and momentum opportunities across various industries and sectors. He is currently studying for degrees in both finance and computer science at the University of Maryland. Some of his interests include technology, programming, drumming, video games (developing and playing) and astronomy. Articles written and comments posted by Kumquat Research are NOT financial or investment advice, and only express his opinion. Do your own due diligence!
Some see a glass half empty, some half full, then there are small number of realists that can actually see what substance is within the glass...in most instances dirty water which makes the proverbial phrase completely irrelevant.
Lerna Capital provides comprehensive value based and opportunistic investment research with a focus on both long and short ideas in the equity and debt markets. In the event that value needs to be unlocked, we shall help companies achieve their potential.
In the event that potential misconduct is amass at a corporation, we shall help the public understand the scheme on hand. If the situation involves individual consumers being deceived we will look to be socially responsible and protect where the government may not have the resources to do so.
Steve Cook received his education in investments from Harvard, where he earned an MBA, New York University, where he did post graduate work in economics and financial analysis and the CFA Institute, where he earned the Chartered Financial Analysts designation in 1973. His 46 years of investment experience includes institutional portfolio management at Scudder. Stevens and Clark and Bear Stearns, managing a risk arbitrage hedge fund and an investment banking boutique specializing in funding second stage private companies. Through his involvement with Investing for Survival and Seeking Alpha, Steve hopes that his experience can help other investors build their wealth while avoiding tough lessons that he learned the hard way.
John Thomas is a 50-year veteran of the financial markets. He spent 10 years as a financial journalist, ten more years trading for a major investment bank, and another decade running the first dedicated international hedge funds. Seeing the incredible inefficiencies and severe mispricing offered by the popping of multiple bubbles during the Great Crash of 2008, and missing the adrenaline of the marketplace, he returned to active hedge fund management.
With The Diary of a Mad Hedge Fund Trader, his goal is to broaden public understanding of the techniques and strategies employed by the most successful hedge funds so that they may more profitably manage their own money.
He publishes a daily research newsletter, and offers one of the most successful trade mentoring services in the industry. He currently has followers in 134 countries.
In his free time, John Thomas climbs mountains, does long distance backpacks, practices karate, performs aerobatics in antique aircraft, collects vintages wines, reads the Japanese classics, and engages in a wide variety of public service and philanthropic activities.
His career has taken him up to 20,000 feet on Mount Everest, to the edge of space at 90,000 feet in the Cockpit of a MIG-25, and to the depths of a sunken Japanese fleet in the Truk Lagoon.
Why they call him "Mad" he will never understand.
I'm a founder of finbox.io, an online stock research platform designed for individual investors and asset managers who care about understanding a stock’s fundamental value. The platform provides a quick sanity check so that investors can understand what they’re investing in and why. Our tools have been featured in Barron’s Magazine on multiple occasions (https://blog.finbox.io/barrons-features-finbox-io/).
Prior to finbox.io, I worked for an investment banking group providing fairness opinions in connection to stock acquisitions. I spent much of my time building valuation models to help clients determine an asset’s fair value and believe these same valuation models should be used by all investors before buying or selling a stock.
I am an individual investor who has been investing in common stocks for more than 40 years. With all the information available today, it is more exciting than ever. Have a degree in business adm-marketing with major study in accounting and economics. Spent over 40 years in marketing and sales in the automotive industry with a global manufacturer.
My goal is to help young people get ahead in investing.
Active > Passive.
I joined Seeking Alpha as a Senior Editor in 2012 and currently manage the Energy vertical. I've spent the last 18 years working in publishing, and my experience includes editing scientific/medical journals, personal finance magazines, and several investment websites.
Here at Seeking Alpha we're always looking for new ideas and new authors, so please contact me if you're interested in contributing.
I am currently a senior at The Pennsylvania State University studying Actuarial Science. My investing focus is on extremely small-cap stocks and automated trading systems. I enjoy looking for 'diamond in the rough' type nano-caps and micro-caps. I also look for short squeeze opportunities in smaller cap stocks. Apart from individual stocks, I enjoy researching and writing trading algorithms. I use statistical methods to develop trading strategies with both increased returns and decreased risk.
I'm an Army veteran and former energy dividend writer for The Motley Fool. My goal is to help all people learn how to harness the awesome power of dividend growth investing to achieve their financial dreams, and enrich their lives. With 22 years of investing experience, I've learned what works and more importantly, what doesn't, when it comes to building long-term wealth and income streams. I'm currently on an epic quest to build a broadly diversified, high-quality, high-yield dividend growth portfolio that:
1. Pays 6% to 7% yield
2. Offers 5% to 6% annual dividend growth
3. Pays dividends AT LEAST on a weekly, but preferably, daily basis
I am the publisher of "Margin of Safety Investing" (MOSI) here on Seeking Alpha and have over 20 years of experience as an investment advisor. TipRanks.com has tracked me since 2011 and ranks me in the top few percent of all analysts. MarketWatch.com named me "The World's Next Great Investing Columnist" after I predicted the oil shale boom in their analyst competition.
You can find my archived articles on MarketWatch.com, Morningstar, Real Clear Markets, Business Journals in various cities and numerous other sites. I have been a featured guest on the "Boomers Rock" radio show, Cody Willard's Underground, Investor in the Family with Seeking Alpha Contributor Brian Bain, Money Radio in Phoenix, Forex Analytix, Investing with David Moadel, appeared on Fox Business and other interviews.
People who become members of MOSI will get two free reports on investing that underpin my very successful track record. The first is called "Intelligent Asset Allocation for Better Returns and Lower Risk" and the second on security selection is titled "Core 4 nvesting Method: A Step by Step Approach." If you don't make multiples on your member fee ask for a refund.
I am from a middle class working family. I remember the struggles of the 1970s and 1980s growing up. I understand that a changing world is dangerous and frightening, but also offers opportunities for greater happiness and financial freedom if you can find a path. My goal is to help you find a path to live how you want and take care of who you love.
I'm a Value Investor managing equity investments for large investors. I'm specialized in special situations, spin-offs and deep value stocks. My public spin-off portfolio is beating the stock indices since 2004.
BSEE The Cooper Union, school of engineering 1966. Engineering manager Harris corp. 23 years Software development, Grumman Corp 10 years as project manager.
25 years managing my own IRA accounts, in retirement now with a CAGR of 11.25%
Jonathan Moreland is the founder and Director of Research at InsiderInsights.com, which produces a Daily Ratings Report, Weekly Newsletter, and offers real-time insider data and analytics via its institutional strength Data Module and APIs. InsiderInsights' research and data are further available on Bloomberg terminals at ININ and APPS ININ .
Mr. Moreland is also principal of Insider Asset Management llc, a registered investment adviser in New York State, and a past contributor to TheStreet.com, Minyanville, and other financial outlets.
A fundamental analyst with an MBA in finance, Mr. Moreland identified insider data over 25 years ago as an excellent first screen to determine where to focus his research efforts. He is quoted frequently in the media for his insider analysis, and stock recommendations stemming from it. He is also author of "Profit From Legal Insider Trading" (Dearborn 2001).
Mr. Moreland is currently on a mission to get investors to expect more from insider data than the commodity feeds they rely on from their Bloomberg terminals, Yahoo!Finance, and other financial websites.
Jonathan holds a bachelor's degree in Industrial Engineering and is one of Seeking Alpha's top contributors for dividend ideas as well as for long ideas.
According to tipranks Jonathan is among the top 10% of bloggers with the performance his picks are generating (as of October 2017: https://www.tipranks.com/bloggers/jonathan-weber).
Disclosure: I'm not a financial adviser. All articles are my opinion - they are not suggestions to buy or sell any securities. Perform your own due diligence and consult a financial professional before trading.
Bottom Fisher Ideas is an independent investor with an academic background in computer science and english from Cornell University and finance from New York University. Bottom Fisher Ideas is halfway to retirement, seeks investment opportunities in out of favor areas of the market, and enjoys writing about the process along the way.
An investor with circa 30 years of professional, managerial and financial experience, gathered through both private-individual activities as well as asset management type of roles.
I'm involved in running a leveraged fixed-income, absolute return, hedge fund that aims at providing its investors with double-digit returns, per annum. The fund runs a fast, frequent and furious trading strategy and it focuses on the very short term. Definitely not a Buy & Hold!
I'm also advising and consulting to private individuals, mostly HNWI that I had been serving through many years of working within the private banking, wealth management and asset management arenas. This activity focuses on the long run and it's mostly based on a Buy & Hold strategy.
Risk management is at the very core of our essence and while we normally take LONG-naked positions, we constantly hedge our positions, in order to protect the downside, that usually occurs at times when you least expect that to take place...
I cover all asset-classes though mostly focusing on cash cows and high dividend paying "machines" that may generate high (total) returns: Interest-sensitive, income-generating, instruments, e.g. Bonds, REITs, BDCs, Preferred Shares, MLPs, etc. combined with a variety of high-risk, growth and value stocks.
I believe and invest for the long run but I'm very minded of the short run too. While it's possible to make a massive-quick "kill", here and there, good things usually come in small packages; so do returns. Therefore, I (hope but) don't expect my investments to double in value over a short period of time. I do, however, aim at an annual double-digit returns on average, preferably on an absolute basis, i.e. regardless of markets' returns and directions.
Timing is Everything! While investors can't time the market, I believe that this applies only to the long term. In the short-term (a couple of months) one can and should pick the right moment and the right entry point, based on his subjective-personal preferences, risk aversion and goals. Long-term, strategy/macro, investment decisions can't be timed while short-term, implementation/micro, investment decision, can!
When it comes to investments and trading I believe that the most important virtues are healthy common sense, general wisdom, sufficient research, vast experience, strive for excellence, ongoing willingness to learn, minimum ego, maximum patience, ability to withstand (enormous) pressure/s, strict discipline and a lot of luck!...