I can answer all types of questions about stocks , especially those that have a market cap in excess of $100mm.
I was a portfolio manager/analyst at a firm that invested in companies with market capitalizations primarily between $1 billion and $15 billion from 2000-2006. I currently provide research and consulting to institutional investors and manage the highly successful Invest By Model model portfolios for individuals to replicate in their own accounts (www.investbymodel.com).
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B.A. in Economics and Math from Northwestern University Chartered Financial Analyst
I consult to 4 investment management firms that manage from $50mm to several billion dollars.
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