In addition to once being a full-time trader of equities and equity derivatives, Robert has also served as the lead financial analyst for a Forbes top-50 private corporation and as an analyst for an institution whose endowment is among the largest in the world.
Robert has been profiled in such books as Trade with Passion and Purpose and Alexander Green’s The Secret of Shelter Island. He’s also featured in Karim Rahemtulla’s bestselling book, Where in the World Should I Invest?
Robert is regarded as an authority in corporate finance, specifically in gauging the investment health of companies.
So the California drought — the one that pundits told us would last 50 years (or more) — is officially over. Time to gauge the investment merits. Should you begin strategically buying the downtrodden assets, like vineyards? Or perhaps shorting the overinflated assets? Let’s dig in...
Today is the 30th anniversary of Black Monday — the bloodiest day in Wall Street history. Now, when you look at 1987’s pre-crash metrics against today's, it gets a little scary. Can we truly justify the hefty valuations of today’s market?