Thomas Bachrach, CFA is the founder and principal of PFH Capital, a single family office and financial consultancy. He received his BA in Economics from Cornell University in 2005 and became a CFA charterholder in 2014. He resides in the Philadelphia area with his wife and two young girls.
Electrical Engineer and CFA Level 3 candidate. Knowledge expert in engineering and construction, renewables, utilities, and nanotechnology. I generate alpha by leveraging my technical background to dig deeper than the Mariana Trench.
Marketer, writer and investor who is passionate about investing. I am interested in opportunities where I can take a publisher or investment organization to the next level with my marketing, social media, PR, writing, and investment research skills.
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I am a US-based investor focused on uncovering both long and short opportunities with specific insights through the lens of earnings quality analysis. I am a CFA charterholder and a CPA with professional experience in accounting, equity research, and corporate finance. http://eqinvestor.blogspot.com/
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My primary area of focus is within the energy sector, particularly natural gas and to a much lesser degree coal stocks. I'm really looking to get connected with the investment community and really enjoy reading articles by the motley fool and seeking alpha. Douglas Johnston writes some of the most detailed articles loaded with valuable information for seeking alpha pro and has made some recently bold (yet accurate) predictions about my top stock (Exco Resources "XCO"), and gained my respect. I wasn't a big fan of this company, until its stock dropped below $7, then my interest was sparked and I loaded up (buying on the way down to $5, just like Wilbur Ross).
I'm always on the lookout for undervalued companies, usually small-cap stocks, but sometimes I dip into the big companies. Some of my better stock picks included CHK at $15, WNR at $4.50, BAC at $5, BP at $35, XTEX at $6, VZ at $23. Two of my biggest losers were SNTS at $5, sold at $2.50 before they were bought out around $32 (2 years later), and RIG at $60.
Most of my friends don't seem to have much of an interest in stocks and companies, but I am looking to change that one way or another... Anyhow, I plan and hope to make my 1st million in the stock market picking individual stocks, and hope to one day buy a "happy meal" or "convertible preferred stock" (like Warren Buffett did with Bank of America). I'm also starting to learn about real estate, and hope to find some real opportunities in the United States markets!
Founded in 2013 by Jordan Ring, JGR Capital addresses the challenges that are unique to the small-cap niche, presenting high-quality analysis to investors and shareholders, who are increasingly looking to diversify their portfolio.
With three locations worldwide, JGR Capital offers analyst coverage via a tech-forward, data-driven approach. Because our reports are based on facts, not recommendations, we are a reputable, trusted resource for investors.
Asif Suria is an entrepreneur and investor with a focus on event driven strategies including merger arbitrage and insider trading. He publishes a weekly post that includes the latest mergers and highlights the largest spreads. He also publishes a weekly post that highlights the top 5 insider purchases and sales of the week. Asif is also one of the earliest contributors at Seeking Alpha and has been regularly contributing content since 2005.