Bob is a graduate of Columbia Business School. He has been a Sr Analyst at Lehman as well as Bear Stearns, where he focused on Internet and technology. Bob then led Internet research at Baron Capital and has been quoted on CNBC and the WSJ.
My edge: intangibles like customer taste, competitive landscape & corporate pride shift way before financial performance does -- Feel the directional weight of disruption (stemming from technological/social/political/economic change) & find alpha.
I construct charts to help people capitalize on the excess fear and greed of global investors.
My mission...provide research that could help investors enlarge their portfolios regardless of market direction.
Mark Arbeter joined Standard & Poor’s in 1987. Mark became S&P’s chief technical analyst in 1995 and is now S&P Capital IQ's chief technical strategist. Mark is the Chairperson for the Market Technicians Association admission committee.
Market technician, analyst and trader with over 25 years experience in global equity, forex and futures markets. Former sales trader to hedge funds/institutions, research analyst, prop trader, buy-side head of desk. Grass looks greener here.