Kevin N. Marder - Principal, Marder Investment Advisors Corp.
From 1990 to 1996, Mr. Marder was affiliated with Capital Management Sciences, where he developed quantitative risk control software for use by institutional fixed-income portfolio managers. In early 1996, Mr. Marder co-founded DBC Online, which became known as CBS MarketWatch, the most popular financial Internet site, his market comments broadcast over the CBS Radio Network several times daily. As markets editor for CBS MarketWatch, his Marder On The Market column was well-known in the investment community. In 1999, Online Investor magazine named Marder On The Market one of the Web's Top 25 Sources for Great Stock Ideas. In 2000, Forbes magazine mentioned Marder On The Market in its Best of the Web issue, calling it "smart commentary." In addition, Dow Jones Investment Advisor magazine termed Mr. Marder "a sophisticated analyst." During this period, Mr. Marder was the chief stock market columnist for the Internet sites of CBS News, America Online, USA Today, Yahoo, Excite, Quicken, CompuServe, the International Herald Tribune, the Honolulu Star-Bulletin, and the Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune, among others.
In 2000, his registered investment advisory firm, Marder Investment Advisors Corp., began managing the investment accounts of wealthy individuals, trusts, and pensions. From 2002-2005, Mr. Marder served as the Chief Market Strategist at Ladenburg Thalmann Asset Management, the New York investment bank and brokerage firm founded in 1876, where he provided the firm's board of directors and institutional clients with advice and guidance in addition to his duties at Marder Investment Advisors. Mr. Marder has managed hedge funds since 2001.
Mr. Marder has been quoted by media sources such as the New York Times, Forbes, Barron's, the Financial Times, Institutional Investor, Los Angeles Times, CBS Radio Network, Chicago Tribune, Dallas Morning News, TheStreet.com, and KNX 1070 News Radio. He is a speaker at industry conferences such as the Los Angeles Times Investment Strategies Conference, the Las Vegas Money Show, and the International Trading Expo, where he addresses audiences of between 500 and 2500. Mr. Marder, who is a contributing author of the Prentice-Hall book "Computerized Trading," received his M.B.A. with honors in Investments from the University of Southern California. He is a member of Beta Gamma Sigma, the fraternity that honors academic achievement in the study of business.
Members will really benefit from his insight. Enjoy!
tspnoob wrote:I hope he's different. Technicals starting to sound all the same. Lower highs, higher lows, hi ho hi ho,hi ho hi ho, la la la la, hi ho hi ho. My problem is their predictions always lagging. Wait for this to cross this. Wait for breakout to confirm breakout. I mean wtf.
Wait for it................
I really do not know if we will ever get Gil or not. I hope so. He is really good. He called a buy in silver in September and sold outright two days before the top, and he did it on Fox Business news. I was pretty impressed Knot to mention he was trading the AGQ, so he really racked up some gains.
rfalcan wrote:These reports are very good - I think he deserves his own link like TSP news or Matt's TSP Blog and can serve as an archive.
I agree. Currently working on this...
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