Disheartened by the opportunities in the UK and for the love of the outdoors I left Europe in the summer of 2000.In 2006, I moved down to Central America and now live in Nicaragua. Right now I am running my own business, a small Alternative Energy outfit and trying to enjoy watersports when I can. I like to think of myself as having a more value, fundamental approach to investing which is long term in nature though I actively manage my portfolio and use some more aggressive short term strategies. I believe we are in the midst of a once in a lifetime crisis, the end of the "debt supercycle" as John Mauldin puts it, but that we will get through it and the dislocations and upheaval that will ensue will lead to a whole new age of prosperity and opportunity to be found mostly in "emerging" and newly empowered economies away from Europe.
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Founder of "The Contrarian", a premium research service, featuring the "Bet The Farm" Portfolio. Actively investing since 1995, I have soared like an eagle, and been unmercifully humbled by the markets. Achieved positive returns in 2008, and turned an account with $60,310 on 1/1/2009 into an account with $3,177,937 on 11/30/2009. My best years have been 1995-2003, 2008-2012, and 2016. My worst years were 2013-2015 & 2017. I believe inflation is coming, and we are at an inflection point in the markets.
Twenty year career as an investment analyst, investor, portfolio manager, consultant, and writer. Founder of Koldus Contrarian Investments, Ltd, which was incorporated in the spring of 2009. Dyed in the wool contrarian investor, who has learned, the hard way, that a good contrarian is only contrarian 20% of the time, but being right at key inflection points is the key to meaningful wealth creation in the markets. I believe we are near a meaningful inflection point, perhaps the biggest one yet, for the third time in the past 15 years.
Historically, I have had huge wins and impressive losses based on a concentrated, contrarian strategy. Trying to keep the good while filtering out the bad.
Seeking to run an all weather portfolio with minimal volatility and index overlays to capture my strategic and tactical recommendations along with a concentrated best ideas portfolio, which is my bread and butter, but the volatility only makes it suitable for a small piece of an investor's overall portfolio. The following are a couple of my favorite investment quotes.
"Life and investing are long ballgames." Julian Robertson
"A diamond is a chunk of coal that is made good under pressure."
"Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world." Albert Einstein
I’ve been on top of the world, and the world has been on top of me. I have learned to enjoy the perspective from each view, and use opportunities to persistently acquire knowledge, and enjoy the company of those around me, especially loved ones, family, and friends.
At heart, I am a market historian with an unrivaled passion for the capital markets. I have had a long history and specialization with concentrated positions and options trading. Made money in 2008 with a net long portfolio, deploying capital in some of the market's darkest hours into long positions including purchases of American Express, Atlas Energy, Crosstex, First Industrial Real Estate, General Growth Properties, Genworth, Macquarie Infrastructure, Ruth Chris Steakhouse, and Vornado near their lows. Shorting, hedging, and option strategies also helped me in 2007 and 2009, and these are skills that I have developed ever since I started trading heavily in 1996.I enjoy reading, accumulating knowledge, and putting this knowledge to work in the active capital markets, learning lessons along the way.To this day, I continue to learn, and some of these learning lessons have been excruciatingly difficult ones, especially over the past several years, as I made mistakes allocating capital, including a sizable portion of my own capital (I always invest alongside my clients), to commodity related stocks. While all commodity related stocks have struggled since April of 2011, coal companies, which attracted me due to their extremely cheap valuations, and out-of-favor status (I am a strong believer in behavioral finance alongside fundamentals and technicals) have been the worst investing mistake of my career. The focus on the commodity arena has been the biggest mistake of my investment career thus far, yet in its aftermath, I see tremendous opportunity, even larger in scope than the fortuitous 2008/2009 environment.The capital that I accumulated and the confidence gained in navigating the treacherous investment waters of 2008 gave me the confidence to launch my own investment firm in the spring of 2009, right before the ultimate lows in the stock market. At the time I was working as a senior analyst at one of the largest RIA's in the country, and I felt strongly that the market environment was the best time since 1974/1975 to start an investment firm.
Prior to starting my firm, I was a senior analyst for three different firms over approximately 10 years (Charles Schwab, Redwood, Oxford), moving up in responsibility and scope at each stop along my journey. Since I was a paperboy, I have always had an interest in the investment markets. I love researching and finding opportunities. I am a Chartered Financial Analyst, CFA, as well as a Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst, CAIA. After starting in the teaching program at Ball State University, I switched to a career in finance when I turned a small student loan into a substantial amount of capital. I graduated summa cum laude with a degree in finance from Ball State.
Full disclosure, I am not currently a registered investment advisor, though I did serve in this capacity from 2009-2014, while owning Koldus Contrarian Investments, Ltd. Additionally, I held various securities licenses from 2000-2014, without a single complaint filed, and I continue to hold industry designations. At the end of 2014, I voluntarily let my state registration expire, as I transitioned the business to a different structure. Prior to this, I had passed, and held, various securities exams and licenses, including the Series 7, Series 63, and Series 65 exams, in addition to others, alongside my CFA and CAIA designations. Unfortunately, I did not file the proper paperwork to withdraw my state registration, and I did not disclose a personal arrangement, and subsequent civil case, between myself and a former close personal friend and client, that was initiated in 2011. I was unaware that I was required to disclose these items, and my securities attorney, at the time, did not advise me to do so. Previously, I had managed a portfolio for this gentleman, and we had taken an investment of approximately $7 million in 2009, and grown it to over $25 million at the beginning of 2012. After a difficult year of performance, an employee of the firm I owned, and friend, resigned in early 2013, and took the aforementioned client to a competing firm. As a result of not filing the proper paperwork, I agreed to a settlement, with a potential $2500 fine in the future, depending on if I choose to reapply to be a non-exempt advisor.
Michael Golembesky is a featured analyst at ElliottWaveTrader.net who focuses on the both the Forex Markets as well as the U.S. Equity and Volatility markets.
Mike is a renowned practitioner and educator in applying Elliott Wave analysis to trading forex and volatility instruments. He is a popular speaker at financial forums and conferences in the U.S., including The Traders Expo and The Money Show, and widely syndicated on sites including MarketWatch, Seeking Alpha, and Nasdaq.com.
Mike can be found in the main room at ElliottWaveTrader.net as well in the volatility (VIX room) and the Forex service within ElliottWaveTrader.net. Along with analysis on the XIV and VXX ETFs, the volatility service also has a model portfolio and trade alert component.
Independent investor and stock analyst at Matrixtrade.com. Trend follower and market timer. Correlations and analogues. All time frames, all instruments.....wherever I see an edge I trade it.
Perhaps more than any other time in the last six decades, the fate of markets is inextricably intertwined with the ebb and flow of geopolitics. From the ECB's attempts to use the central bank's balance sheet to influence political outcomes across the eurozone to Saudi Arabia's efforts to transform the kingdom's influence over crude prices into an instrument of foreign policy, it's become increasingly clear that one simply cannot fully comprehend market movements without a thorough understanding of concurrent political outcomes. Drawing on extensive experience in both politics and finance, Heisenberg will help demystify a world in which investors can no longer hope to conceptualize markets as existing in anything that even approximates a vacuum. "I am the one who knocks."
I have been a successful private investor in the market for the last 20 years. My focus was mostly on Tech/Internet when I started, but about 15 years ago I became extremely interested in the Gold and Silver sector as I anticipated a major bull run.
My in-depth research on gold and silver companies began during 2003 or so, and it has been a consistent passion since that time. I'm familiar with their stories, their stock patterns, their highs and lows, their operations/projects, their successes and failures, their management teams and turnover at the top, and all other facets of these precious metal companies.
This sector has been my singular focus since I started sharing my ideas on Seeking Alpha back in 2014, as I anticipated that gold and silver would soon be bottoming out and a massive bull market would unfold. That has started to occur, as I timed the January 2016 low in precious metals stocks very well, and 2016 was one of my best years in the market, right up there with 2009 when I bought tech at the bottom. I still follow the tech/internet space and I plan to eventually jump fully back into that sector, but it's not where my attention is at the moment as I see much better opportunities in gold and silver.
I believe in buying value, and not chasing the next hot stock. I use several basic investing principles, the main one being buying the balance sheet. I wait for opportunities to present themselves and then establish positions. I believe in doing your homework, and I have a very research intensive focus.
*Disclaimer* I am not a Certified Financial Advisor. My research and articles should not be interpreted as a recommendation to purchase, sell, or hold any security at any time. The accuracy, completeness, or timeliness of the information posted in my articles is not guaranteed. Do not rely on any statement that I make in my articles. All readers and subscribers should always conduct their own research and should consult a professional financial advisor when it comes to making investment decisions.
Andy Hecht is a sought-after commodity and futures trader, an options expert and analyst. He is the #2 ranked author on Seeking Alpha in both the commodities and precious metals categories. He is also the author of the weekly Hecht Commodity Report on Marketplace - the most comprehensive, deep-dive commodities report available on Seeking Alpha.
Andy spent nearly 35 years on Wall Street, including two decades on the trading desk of Phillip Brothers, which became Salomon Brothers and ultimately part of Citigroup.
Over the past two decades, he has researched, structured and executed some of the largest trades ever made, involving massive quantities of precious metals and bulk commodities.
Andy understands the market in a way many traders can’t imagine. He’s booked vessels, armored cars, and trains to transport and store a broad range of commodities. And he’s worked directly with The United Nations and the legendary trading group Phibro.
Today, Andy remains in close contact with sources around the world and his network of traders.
“I have a vast Rolodex of information in my head… so many bull and bear markets. When something happens, I don’t have to think. I just react. History does tend to repeat itself over and over.”
His friends and mentors include highly regarded energy and precious metals traders, supply line specialists and international shipping companies that give him vast insight into the market.
Andy’s writing and analysis are on many market-based websites including CQG. Andy lectures at colleges and Universities. He also contributes to Traders Magazine. He consults for companies involved in producing and consuming commodities. Andy's biweekly radio show, The Commodities Hour with Andy Hecht, can be heard on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5-6 PM EST on www.tfnn.com. Andy’s first book How to Make Money with Commodities, published by McGraw-Hill was released in 2013 and has received excellent reviews. Andy held a Series 3 and Series 30 license from the National Futures Association and a collaborator and strategist with hedge funds. Andy is the commodity expert for the website about.com and blogs on his own site technomentals.com.
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Dane Capital Management is a private investment management company, open to institutions and accredited investors, that focuses on value and special situations investments. Twitter: @danecapmgmt For more information see: www.danecap.com
Mr. Dugger has worked in biotechnology and food production industries and with the critical resource limitations related to global food production for more than 40 years. He is a recognized expert in the economic relationships between critical resources like energy as it pertains to other critical resources such as the production and process of fertilizer components such as NPK and their impacts on food production.
Mr. Dugger was educated as a marine biologist, a graduate of Florida Atlantic University with extensive independent management training (military and AMA) during his 45+ year career he has contributed to commercial biotechnology development through research and business development, environmental impact analyses, and economic feasibility analyses. His most recent and ongoing professional activities include:- The development and integration of multi-species/multi-trophic aquaculture (ISRAS) as an effective peak resource and energy efficiency tool in the quest for being the most competitive (sustainable, economically efficient and least cost aquaculture food producer).
- Serves as Marine Biotechnology Development Specialist - Grape Bay Capital and Oceanis Fund Advisory Boards.
- The economic feasibility analysis of spiny lobster production technology and critical path development strategies.
- Developed an economic and sustainability development pathway analysis of biofuels - particularly for algae based biofuel aquaculture based on his commercial algae production experience through most of the past 40 years.(http://seekingalpha.com/article/1475791-the-bloom-is-off-npk-produced-algae-biofuel-development).
- During his career he has provided technical consulting services, technology audits, product development and testing, marketing studies, startup and project management for Fortune 500 new venture projects (Ralston Purina, Sun Oil Co., AMFAC, General Foods, Inc., International Protein, Inc.) mid-sized private companies (MRW Inc., ImmuDyne Inc., Zeigler Bros. Inc., Syndel Inc.) numerous private companies/investors, international development banks and funds (Agro-21, Jamaican National Bank, Asian Development Bank, Canadian Development Bank, Overseas Private Investment Corp. OPIC. Rockefeller Brothers Fund, Grape Bay Capital), Federal and state demonstration programs (US Army Corps. Of Engineers, City of Eastham, MA, University of FL and the FL Dept. of Ag., FL Dept. of Transportation) and his own companies.
In addition, he has taught a variety of biotechnology, economic and aquaculture related courses for Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution, American Soy Bean Association and as an invited guest speaker at energy conferences such as the 2009 AIAA (American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics - invitation by NASA) and at local colleges. He has written and presented technical papers to the World Aquaculture Association (WAS), research journals, trade publications and blogs. He was a Vice-President, board member of the World Aquaculture Society for 8 years as well as serving on the WAS Journals editorial and review staff. He is listed under "Collaborator and Consultants" on the NASA OMEGA (Offshore Membrane Enclosure for Growing Algae) project.
Mr. Dugger services have been solicited as an expert witness by legal firms in biotechnology related cases including for the state of Florida and he has provided Congressional testimony regarding the development of the aquaculture industry in the US. He has been President and CEO of BioCepts International, Inc. since 1996.
I'm an investment professional with more than 15 years of trading experience.
My current and upcoming articles will contain a short synopsis of overall market developments on a weekly basis. Particular focus is on VIX-related instruments.
Founder and Lead Analyst at Lone Wolf Publications Ltd (www.lonewolftrader.com).
I also manage a private investment portfolio full time, and also provide mutual fund analysis and buy recommendations to individual investors managing their own investments.
I trade for myself via ETFs and futures markets, with interests in commodities generally and a special interest in precious metals.
Academic background in accounting; MBA/CPA/JD. Headed a corporate pension fund; served as CFO for insurance company; established title/transactional firm; served as REIT CEO; former professor; served on profit and non-profit boards; currently share management responsibilities for hedge fund; compete in professional golf tournaments. Writing background includes various briefs in federal courts, including US Supreme Court. Currently trying to finish a science fiction novel. Trading experience focused on options and portfolio enhancement. Plans to retire from hedge fund as of December 31st. Future activities will include pro bono assistance to individuals and groups in need of retirement guidance. Looks forward to more time for writing and travel.
I am a retired accountant, investing in all varieties of instruments. I started investing on my own account in 1982. I have made money on a consistent basis. However I lost everything that i owned in 1987, but on the flip side, I sold UK property in 2006 and sold all stocks and shares in August 2007. You should only loose your shirt once in your lifetime! I do not purport to be a professional investor; however the 'Pros' nearly all have a vested interest in selling their firms, services or investments and this makes much of their advice tainted. If I write it is an unbiased personal opinion and should not be taken as investment advice.
I was originally a golf pofessional but qualified as an accountant in 2003. I am now retired and no longer have a practicing certificate in accountancy.
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The 9,000-km submarine cable system linking Japan and the west coast of the U.S. is completed, and ready for service. $ALSK $ADSK $CHTR $DIS $IMT $S $T $MSFT
Pentagon Advances $1.3Billon to Lockheed for Biggest F-35 Job. $ALSK $T $VZ $DIS $BA $LMT http://subtelforum.com/articles/google-faster-cable-system-is-ready-for-service-boosts-trans-pacific-capacity-and-connectivity/ https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-11-23/pentagon-advances-1-3-billion-to-lockheed-for-biggest-f-35-job https://www.govconwire.com/2016/12/defense-logistics-agency-picks-142-companies-for-potential-6b-it-services-idiq/ Bloomberg
$ALSK FCC Order Secures Long-Term Funding for Alaska Communications Towards Expanding Broadband Deployment. $ALSK http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20161101006693/en/FCC-Order-Secures-Long-Term-Funding-Alaska-Communications Under the terms of the order, the FCC will provide approximately $19.7Million per year for 10 years to assist Alaska Communications in deploying broadband to an aggregate of about 31,500 locations in Alaska. BusinessWire
Auckland, New Zealand & Anchorage, Alaska --(BUSINESSWIRE)-- Hawaiki Submarine Cable LP, the New Zealand owner and developer of Hawaiki submarine cable system, has selected Alaska Communications (NASDAQ: $ALSK) as its landing and operating partner in Oregon. $ALSK BusinessWire
ENERGY: Greece, Greek Cyprus, Israel look into East Mediterranean gas pipeline cooperation. $NBGGY $GREK
One ..often overlooked oil market parameter ..spare capacity or the ability of producers to quickly ramp up output to cushion against unexpected supply cuts elsewhere shows that ..a major bullish trend for prices could be building. http://www.reuters.com/article/opec-production-capacity-idUSL8N1BJ2RS $CHK $SN A collapse in the (corrupt) Venezuela government of Maduro will (can) be good for oil prices. XO Reuters
Since 1998, oil production in Venezuela has been reduced by 750,000 barrels per day, with output falling by 250,000 barrels per day in the first half of 2016 alone. http://www.usatoday.com/story/money/markets/2016/08/27/doomsday-inevitable-venezuela/89335716/ $CHK $SN USATODAY
Venezuela, traditionally a prominent oil exporter, will make a sharply less contribution to the global oil market in 2017, as an acute political and economic crisis affects its (crude) oil production, Columbia University said in a report release. http://www.reuters.com/article/us-venezuela-oil-idUSKCN10R1RH $CHK $SN $DNR Reuters
The China - Venezuela storied relations' will soon end (along with low price of oil) when the latter can no longer (exchange) barter cheap oil for low quality Chinese mobile phones, motorcycles, home-building materials and three wheel bicycles. http://www.wsj.com/articles/china-rethinks-its-alliance-with-reeling-venezuela-1473628506 $CHK WSJ
Greece will emerge as an energy hub with success of the TAP [Trans Adriatic Pipeline]. http://europa.eu/rapid/press-release_IP-16-541_en.htm $NBGGY $GREK $SBLK*
La Niña will drive up (national gas) (distillate) energy prices. http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-05-25/la-nina-weather-pattern-may-boost-u-k-power-price-and-curb-wind $CHK $SN $DNR Bloomberg
For some in OPEC, the issue is settled. Saudi Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih said Persia's production has (already) reached pre-sanctions levels. http://www.reuters.com/article/us-iran-oil-exclusive-idUSKCN11F0HU $CHK $SN Reuters
Iran hinted that it may soon drop its opposition to an oil production freeze. http://gulfnews.com/business/sectors/energy/iran-oil-output-near-target-means-freeze-is-political-decision-1.1892874 $CHK GulfNews
La Niña's will (can) be good for (higher) commodities prices, and demand for US producer products. A higher value add product can claim (demand) a higher charge (rate) for (shipping) transport. $SBLK* http://www.agweb.com/article/which-crop-price-could-gain-the-most-from-la-nina-naa-alison-rice/ $SFL AGWEB
$SBLK* China August imports rise for first time in nearly two years. Coal imports rose +1.5% in August against a forecast of -4.9% drop. Coal imports recorded their first annual rise since late 2014. $SFL http://www.reuters.com/article/us-china-economy-trade-idUSKCN11E09R http://www.moneycontrol.com/news/rupee/baltic-dry-index-soared_7429501.html Reuters CNBC
China imports will keep U.S. soybean market on its toes. $SBLK* $SFL http://www.reuters.com/article/us-china-soybeans-braun-idUSKCN11F2GT U.S. Department of Agriculture Reuters
Shanghai: China’s ‘stealth’ coal bailout lasting to 2020. China’s coal production restrictions are a 'stealth' bailout for miners and their creditors that may last until the end of the decade as the policies help boost prices. Without government intervention, China’s coal industry wouldn’t be able to service the nearly three Trillion yuan ($444-Billion) in debt. http://www.miningweekly.com/article/goldman-sees-chinas-stealth-coal-bailout-lasting-to-2020-2016-10-22 $$SBLK* MiningWeekly
Australian Thermal Coal Jumps to $100 for First Time Since 2012 (China’s cuts to domestic coal output sparked price surge). http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-10-18/australian-thermal-coal-jumps-to-100-for-first-time-since-2012 $SBLK* Bloomberg
Alaska Communications, Akeela First to Connect to Microsoft Azure ExpressRoute Cloud Service from Alaska. $ALSK http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20160901006391/en/Alaska-Communications-Akeela-Connect-Microsoft-ExpressRoute-Cloud http://seekingalpha.com/author/donald-van-deventer/stocktalk/41263413 http://finleyusa.com/microsoft-facebook-building-highest-capacity-transatlantic-fiber-link/ http://www.asdnews.com/news-67043/MUOS-5_Secure_Communications_Satellite_Launch_June_24.htm $FB $LMT ANCHORAGE, Alaska (BusinessWire)
Greece and its foreign (oppressors) creditors are at odds over who will oversee a new privatization fund, a finance ministry official said, an issue which must be resolved for Athens to qualify for (stalled) fresh bailout aid. http://www.reuters.com/article/us-eurozone-greece-bailout-idUSKCN11M18Y $NBGGY $GREK Reuters
South Asia Monsoon season is coming to a close (end of September), and scrapping will pick up (accelerate) along with ton rates for the scrap metal (waste) many dry bulk carriers will increasingly be sending ships heading for demolition. http://www.hellenicshippingnews.com/dry-bulk-carriers-increasingly-heading-for-demolition/ $GREK $SBLK* $SFL HellenicShippingNews
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I joined Seeking Alpha in 2006 and launched Wall Street Breakfast and Market Currents, our top-of-class short-form breaking news for investors. In 2010 I became editor-in-chief and in 2015 I became CEO.
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Started Trading at age 25 in late 2011, mostly invested in energy and tech stocks. I keep a close eye on coal in general. I'm interested in building a 2 part portfolio one part dividends and long term hold stocks mainly for retirement, the 2nd part is a growth portfolio which will hold my more risky picks in an effort to fund various fun things in life.
Update: 2013 was a decent year 2014 not so good as of 10/10/14.... Hoping the year turns around. Made some moves shrunk my portfolio a bit. Focus is still to retain 50-70% long term (1 year or more) dividend companies. Using the remaining funds for options trades and any swing trades that I think might work out.
I could put on this bio my education, work experience, investment strategy, and a nice thin (if I can find one) picture of me in a suit looking *smart*. Sorry but that's not my intent here. Sure I invest, help family make financial decisions, and make a ton of mistakes along the way. But my time spent here is to give all a formula for a well rounded view of fellow investors ideas and recommendations.
My goal is to have posters and investors educate one another so that eventually everyone has the opportunity to make money !! We should all have that same end game. Put the daily noise aside and think "outside the box" !!
I find investments are very different and difficult in these extremely Interesting Times!! We hear whispers of manipulation. QE'S that have never been done before. Then we have a template experiment in Cyprus to see the worlds reaction. I just ask everyone to sit back and ask themselves " 10 years ago would we even have thought a Cyprus could occur? "
Tossing ideas around is always fun....Authors posting their links on our blog is welcomed as well. Newbies with questions are urged to post. Either you learn from the answers or have asked a question no one has thought of . Either way that is EDUCATING !!
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