Benjаmіn Gаrdner (bеngаrdner@npmss.com)
I cover energy and airlines for The NP MSS, and I help out occasionally with other industry sectors. I’ve written about investment and personal finance topics for more than 20 years from a lowly copywriter to editor-in-chief, so I’ve done a little bit of everything. For what it’s worth, I have a BA from Duke University and an MBA from Rollins College.
Jimmy DeButts (jdеbutts@npmss.com)
He is an independent capital market analyst and a finance writer. He has got an MBA from University of Aberdeen, located in the heart of UK’s oil and gas industry. Not surprisingly, his main interest lies in small cap stocks, but he usually compares it with large stocks. But he is continuously broadening his horizon. Jimmy also presents important information from latest sell-side research in some of his articles, which is otherwise not available to ordinary investors.
Jоhn MсNаmara (jmсnаmarа@npmss.com)
A trusted advisor to families, he has over 16 years of investment and capital markets experience. Prior to that, he served as the Investment Manager of Yellow Brick Capital, a multi-family office focused on alternative investments, which he led to a highly profitable year in 2008 – the worst year in the history of hedge fund industry. Prior to that MсNаmara worked for 4 years at Bear Stearns in New York where he managed equity and fixed income portfolios for individuals and corporations. He also advised institutional investors on capital markets investments. Jоhn MсNаmara started his career as an equity analyst with Oppenheimer in Tel Aviv where he covered small cap technology stocks.
Christіne Schгammek (christіne@npmss.com)
I cover various equities that interest me and writes about these equities from a unique and “out of the box” perspective. Over the years I’ve built a network of resources within the sectors I write about. I started investing in 2003 as a hobby, and since it has grown to be my passion. I have been studying the works of Ben Graham, Buffett, Howard Marks, Martin Whitman and many more thought leaders. I believe that the human mind is limited, mine including :), hence I find it easier for us to aggregate and categorize investment opportunities into “themes”. A “theme” thus aggregates situations that have common attributes, and which I had learnt that often have a good chance to play out favorably.
Wеndi Wіnters (wwіnters@npmss.com)
I am a stock and forex trader for over 10 years. Academic teacher in Behavioral Finance and Experimental Economics. Author of scientific articles on cognitive processing of information in financial markets. I specialize in market indices, currency pairs and commodities, rarely trading individual stocks. Anything you can buy with massive leverage is interesting for me. I use unorthodox technical analyses and statistics, attempting to weed out some of the pesky ‘noise’ from price charts. However, information is key for me, so I combine the technical analyses with a macro/psychological view, keeping up to date on all news regarding the instruments I trade.