Joel Anderson is a business writer who lives and works in Los Angeles. As a senior editor at Equities.com, he's responsible for writing and editing articles for the site. You can follow him on twitter @JoelAEquities.
Joel Anderson is not registered as an investment advisor. Ideas expressed within his work are the opinions of the writer, are for informational purposes, and are not to serve as the sole basis for any investment decision. References to specific securities should not be construed as particularized investment advice or as recommendations that you or any investors purchase or sell these securities on their own account. Readers are expected to assume full responsibility for conducting their own research pursuant to investment decisions in keeping with their tolerance for risk.
Joel Anderson is invested in a total market index fund, the Guggenheim Solar ETF (TAN), the United States Oil Fun (USO), with much smaller holdings in AT&T (T), Wal-Mart (WMT), and Verizon (VZ).
Steve began his career at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange in 1980 and ran Morgan Stanley Derivative Prop Trading for the firm. He continued his career as a Trader/Portfolio Manager for multiple Hedge Funds during the Internet Boom of the 90's. Steve is known as an expert in Emerging Market Stocks and has published thousands of articles and archived video with important market participants related to US Equities. He offers a humorous, unique insight in volatile stocks and the related back stories and drivers.
Henry Truc is an experienced financial writer and the executive editor of Equities.com. His work has appeared on Yahoo! Finance, Nasdaq.com, and many other publications. He has interviewed CEOs and Wall Street analysts, as well as investment fund managers and economists. His experience in financial reporting and coverage has ranged from blue chip equities in the U.S. to up-and-coming public companies in emerging markets like China. Previous to equities.com, Henry served as the managing editor for EQUITIES Magazine, which covered investment types of all categories. Follow him on Twitter at @henrytruc.
Enzo Villani is the CEO of Equities.com. He is a serial entrepreneur that has developed three global cross-discipline communications companies since 2004. Mr. Villani began these ventures at NASDAQ, where he co-founded the Global Corporate Solutions division. After NASDAQ, Mr. Villani partnered with The Riverside Company to start DF King Worldwide, the team acquired five companies in the US, Europe, Nordics, and Asia. After King Worldwide ($175M Revenue, 400 FTE), Mr. Villani then completed an emerging market version of the integrated communications strategy through acquisitions and organic growth across the BRIC nations with MZ Group (Attitude Global) and PE firm Jardim Botanico. Enzo is an Adjunct professor in Venture Capital and Strategy at Clarkson University, Adjunct Professor in Marketing and Entrepreneurship at SUNY Plattsburgh, Board Member Sigma Nu Tau Entrepreneurship Academic Society. Enzo has an MBA from The Johnson School, Cornell University and a BA Communications from Iona College.
Brett Chatz is a graduate of the University of South Africa, and holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree, with Economics and Strategic management as his major subjects. Nowadays Brett contributes from his vast expertise for the globally renowned spread betting company –InterTrader.
Visual Capitalist creates and curates enriched visual content focused on emerging trends in business and investing. Founded in 2011 in Vancouver, the team at Visual Capitalist believes that art, data, and storytelling can be combined in a manner that makes complex issues and processes more digestible. Covering high-growth opportunities and industries such as technology, mining, and energy, Visual Capitalist reaches millions of investors each year. Visual Capitalist’s infographics have been featured in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Zero Hedge, Maclean’s, Gizmodo, The Vancouver Sun, and Business Insider.
Dr. David Friend is the Chief Transformation Officer and Managing Director of BDO’s Center for Healthcare Excellence & Innovation. He has more than 35 years of global healthcare experience serving as a C-Suite Operating Executive, Board Director and Advisor to Academic Medical Centers, Employers, Payors, Hospitals, Physician Groups, REITS, Law Firms, and Post-Acute Care Organizations. He provides advice on mergers and acquisitions, strategy, clinical integration, physician engagement, and enhancing shareholder value.
Prior to joining BDO, Dr. Friend was the Chief Clinical Officer of Golden Living, a $2.5 B post-acute healthcare provider, where he was responsible for the care of 20 million patients annually provided by over 42,000 employees. Previously, he was the President and Chief Medical Officer of Aseracare Hospice and Homecare, a Managing Director in Healthcare at Alvarez & Marsal, and a Senior Partner, Board Member and Global Leader of the Healthcare practice at Towers Watson. Dr. Friend was also appointed by the Governor of the State of Connecticut to be a Founding Board Member of The University of Connecticut Health Center where served on the Board of the Teaching Hospital, Medical School and Dental School.
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