I am an individual investor, who takes pride in analyzing companies in detail by combining qualitative analysis's with quantitative models.
To optimize my models, I read read everything I can about the company. This includes, annual- and quarterly reports, earnings call transcripts and general news.
When I am not analyzing or writing about stocks, I am studying for my MSc in Finance/Economics
Our small-cap hedge fund strategy beat the market by 44 percentage points since its inception 18 months ago. Visit our website to learn how you can do the same. Insider Monkey is a finance website that provides free hedge fund and insider trading data. We believe ordinary investors can beat the market by imitating insiders and best hedge fund managers. They have access to better information and experts than ordinary investors do. Take advantage of the SEC filings where hedge funds and insiders disclose their stock transactions.
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Ms. Krishnamsetty is the Editor of Insider Monkey. Prior to creating Insider Monkey with Dr. Dogan, Ms. Krishnamsetty was Associate Producer at Bloomberg Television. Prior to that, Ms. Krishnamsetty was on the afternoon news team at CNBC. Additionally, Ms. Krishnamsetty reported for NPR and worked as a risk management consultant at Marsh & McLennan. Ms. Krishnamsetty has a M.S. in Journalism from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism.
Insider Monkey’s hybrid evaluation system ...More was created in 2003 by Dr. Ian Dogan. Dr. Dogan has a Ph.D. in financial economics with a specialization in insider trading. Dr. Dogan has provided consulting services to institutional investors and hedge funds, and managed a $200+ million fund using a strategy he developed utilizing insider transactions. Dr. Dogan recently authored the insider trading chapter of soon to be published “The Handbook of Investment Anomalies” by Zacks Investment Research. Insider Monkey will serve the outcome of the methodologies developed by Dr. Dogan to ordinary investors who don’t have access to academic quality research and tools to shape their investments.
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James Picerno is a financial journalist who has been writing about finance and investment theory for more than twenty years. He writes for trade magazines read by financial professionals and financial advisers. Over the years, he’s written for the Wall Street Journal, Barron’s, Bloomberg Markets, Mutual Funds, Modern Maturity, Investment Advisor, Reuters, and his popular finance blog, The CapitalSpectator.
Visit: The Capital Spectator (www.capitalspectator.com)
Matt Blackman, CMT is a technical trader, author, reviewer, keynote speaker and regular contributor to a number of trading publications and investment/trading websites in North America and Europe. Blackman is the host of a trading website TradeSystemGuru.com (http://www.TradeSystemGuru.com) and writes a weekly stock market letter. As well as mentions, quotes, and articles published on such websites as Barron’s Online, Reuters, CBS MarketWatch and Trade2Win.com, his articles have appeared in publications including Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities magazine, SFO (Stocks, Futures & Options) Magazine, Trader Monthly Working Money, Physicians Money Digest, Laffer Economics, The Wellington Letter, Traders.com Advantage, Traders Mag (Europe), Active Trader and Investopedia.com. He has also written articles on a wide variety of international finance and e-commerce business-related topics for such publications as E-Commerce Quarterly, Offshore Finance USA, Offshore Finance Canada, Offshore Outlook, Shore-to-Shore, and Shoreliner magazine, the official membership publication for the Offshore Institute. In a September 2004 article for Offshore Investment Magazine, he was referred to as “one of Western Canada’s leading international financial analysts” by Walter H. Diamond, economist and author of more than 80 texts on international taxation and trade. Blackman is a member of the Market Technicians Association (MTA) and the Technical Securities Analysts Association (TSAA). He earned the Chartered Market Designation (CMT) and a B.Sc. (Honors) degree from Simon Fraser University. He can be reached via email (mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org).
Harlan Levy was an attorney at the Federal Communications Commission's Cable Television Bureau before becoming a reporter at radio station WGTR-AM in the Boston area. He then worked as a TV news reporter at WXEX-TV Richmond, VA., WCIX-TV Miami, FL (winning a Florida Emmy), and WVIT-TV, West Hartford, CT. He was co-owner Levy-Horsfield Video Productions from 1990-1993. He was a reporter and Managing Editor for The Commercial Record (banking and real estate weekly newspaper, S. Windsor, CT) from 1993-1997, and a business reporter, town reporter, and columnist for the Journal Inquirer from 1997- 9/15/2017. He remains a weekly columnist at the Journal Inquirer with consumer and reader-help columns and continues to be a regular weekly contributor to Seeking Alpha.
Levy won several awards from the Connecticut Society of Professional Journalists, including first place for business stories in 2008. Levy is also a freelance reporter, with business stories appearing in The New York Times, starting in 2001. He has an A.B. from Princeton University and a J.D. from New York University School of Law, and he is a member of the Connecticut Bar and the Washington D.C. Bar.
Head of Portfolio Management at Royal Capital PJSC, a financial services company based in Abu Dhabi.
Previously Head of Portfolio Solutions in Europe at Barclays Global Investors, head of fixed income quant portfolio management at Credit Suisse Asset Management.
Started as a front-office programmer at JP Morgan.
Ahmed is a senior Business Development Executive, with a prior 20+ years operating experience at Major Multinationals. He holds a PhD in Chemistry from Lehigh University and speaks English, Arabic, and French. He attended Victoria College High School in Egypt where he forged excellent relationships with a number of current governing and business leaders in the Middle East.
In 2005 he started a management consulting business that:
Introduced a large European construction firm into Qatar to develop a business portfolio.
Advised on the development of the business strategy for the Susan Mobarak Regional Center for Women Health and Development, in Alexandria, Egypt.
Developed a strategic plan to grow the business of an international law firm, operating in the US and Egypt, and with which he maintains a consulting relationship.
Assesses University-developed technologies and devises plans to commercialize those technologies for a US venture capital firm in Los Angeles.
His consulting efforts are focused on providing access of US and European businesses to businesses in the Middle East, especially in the Arabian Gulf region and Egypt.
During his corporate career, Ahmed established a reputation for being a versatile and effective executive with achievements in the areas of Research & Development, Supply Chain, and Globalization. He held assignments of progressively increasing responsibilities with Tektronix, Unilever, PepsiCo, Warner-Lambert, Pfizer, and Cadbury-Schweppes where he applied his strong leadership and analytical skills to deliver financial results.
He initiated the development of technologies that led to the launch of a number of successful commercial products in the Electronics and Consumer Products fields.
He led a global taskforce that successfully streamlined the product portfolio of Pfizer’s Adams Division leading to $ 20+ Million in cost savings through supply Chain efficiencies and procurement contracts negotiations.
Ali Khan has been an avid market investor for over ten years. His focus has been in value oriented positions which provide long term security coupled with below average risk. Ali spends his time researching the portfolios and principals of value investing - Benjamin Graham, Warren Buffet, and Philip Fisher. He recently began writing about his investment and entrepreneurial successes and failures at http://www.investmentplayground.net (http://www.investmentplayground.net), and is working to build a sizable readership of the blog by providing quality and timely posts. His professional experience ranges from direct investment and stock analysis, private equity, real estate, and business execution and strategy. Ali is a graduate of the University of Connecticut in economics and finance, and is currently undergoing his MBA at the same institution. When not investing, he spends his time volunteering at local nonprofit religious institutions, helping raise awareness of the Islamic faith in a positive light.
Dr. Kris has two degrees from MIT because one just wasn't enough. Her life goal was to figure out the universe and having done that (at least to her satisfaction), she decided to tackle something even more difficult—the stock market.
Applying the scientific method along with an insatiably curious mind, she began trading stocks, futures, and options in order to find the holy grail to market success. She's discovered to her immense satisfaction that not only is there one way to succeed but many. Combining her love of cooking with the stock market, she's devised recipes for investment success designed to please the palate of most investors. Dr. Kris currently manages a private equity long/short portfolio and writes of her current research projects that appear on her website, StockMarketCookBook.com.
Her most exciting project is applying market timing models to Modern Portfolio Theory to not only give greater returns but at substantially lower levels of risk. (See PortfolioPreserver.com for further information.)
David L. Brown is a director and the chief market strategist at Sabrient Systems, LLC, an investment research firm. He is former NASA scientist and retired CEO of Telescan, Inc. and a lifelong investor who designed and developed the critically acclaimed stock search program, ProSearch, and the market timing indicator, the Brown Breakout Ratio (BBR).
He was named Stock Traders Almanac's Man of the Year for 1988 for "[showing] the average investor how to spot the stocks that the hottest money managers are buying." He has edited several market letters, including the Undervalued Growth Report, a real-money portfolio which he published for 10 years with a record of nearly 20% compounded annual returns and no loss years.
He has documented his investing expertise in four books on investing, including All About Stock Market Strategies (McGraw-Hill, June 2002) and Cyber-Investing: Cracking Wall Street with your Personal Computer (John Wiley & Sons, 1994, 1997). The latter was named Book of the Year in 1997 by PBS's Inside Money. He has taught finance and security analysis courses at the University of Houston.
He holds an M.B.A. in Finance from the University of Houston and a B.S. in Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh. He is a member of the Author's Guild.
Individual investor – focused on picking undervalued equity in US and foreign companies. I emphasize book-value centered metrics, seeking out companies that have a consistent record of growing book-value in excess of cost-of-capital. I have a MBA from a leading business school. Find my newest investing ideas at my blog: