Accepts most finance questions
Consulting: American Red Cross; US Strategic Command -- Lecturing: Bellevue University (Bellevue, NE) Huijia College (Beijing), OPII Schools (Omaha), Madonna University (Livonia), Schoolcraft College (Livonia), ZomBCon (Seattle), Zombiefest (Lincoln) -- Media Appearances: Dead Man Working (2012 Movie documentary), The Heartland News (Omaha local news outlet)
American Economics Association, Business Networks International, Midwest Writer's Guild, Zombie Research Society
Economics and Modern Warfare: The Invisible Fist of the Market (Palgrave Macmillan) -- 101 Things Everyone Should Know about Global Economics (Adams Media) -- Corporate Finance for Dummies (Wiley) -- Psychology and Modern Warfare (Palgrave Macmillan)
PhD (Financial Economics; honors) -- MBA (International Business Finance; honors) -- Grad School Certificate (International Business Management; honors) -- BS (International Business Economics; honors) -- AA (Business Administration; honors) -- Certificate (Chinese Language and Culture) -- Trade School (Transportation Logistics; honors)
We are always seeking better ways to optimize and predict capital allocations.
Markets are irrational in the short run. Traders are crazy, skittish, and subject to a number of illogical behaviors that influence their investing. In the long run, however, it all averages and tends to be representative of real economic value. Investors benefit from value, traders benefit from volatility.
There is a considerable amount of concern globally about corruption issues, legally and ethically.
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