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Attended Joseph M. Katz School of Business
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How did they get there in the first place!!!?
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I don't know... I don't like to relive bad memories. I haven't returned to the World Trade Center more than a couple of times, and never on purpose. It's just too painful. We don't forget and we ensure it never happens again, but I would rather avoid thinking about the tragedy. God rest their souls. Still, I hope these games bring some people who need it peace of heart and soul.
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I wish this didn't happen.
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A lot of Greece's debt issues began with their Olympic bid and later spending.
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The Turks will clean house. ISIS made a big mistake bringing Turkey into it. There'll be no debates in their parliament about going to war. Instead it will be about how badly to punish the enemy to the state. You can bet that the Turkish response will be important.
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It's a human problem, an abuse of power issue that must be resolved with better selection of police and better training, and through improvement of relationships between police and the community they protect.
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Syriza is in shambles thanks to the revelations about some of the radical elements in the party. However, Varoufakis' supposed backup plan was prudent to have as a preparation; the question is was it a preparation or was it a primary goal of his. There are some varied views about this. Follow me at my blog, twitter and elsewhere for my regular commentary, which includes this topic among others.
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It's wrong to discriminate. Also, many molested people go on to molest other people. The key for the boy scouts is to protect the kids while also not discriminating.
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I remember when Eddie Murphy complained that Cosby didn't approve of his use of profanity. I suppose this is an example of removing the plank in your own eye before pointing out the flaws of others.
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Trump has some admirable traits but the cowboy tone can't carry far. Strength is good, but unbridled courage is dangerous. I like a lot of what he says and worry about a lot of what he implies. We need a strong leader but a measured and wise diplomat as well.
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Occupation
Entrepreneur, Blogger, Financial Journalist, Business Owner, Truth Seeker
Skills
Equity Research, Financial Analysis, Economic Analysis, Portfolio Strategy, Discernment
Employment
  • Seeking Alpha
    Financial Journalist Contributor, 2007 - present
  • Standard & Poor's
    Investment Officer (Senior Equity Analyst - Emerging Growth Stocks & Special Situations), 1998 - 2005
  • PNC Financial Services
    Mutual Fund Accountant, 1994 - 1996
  • TheStreet.com
    Financial Journalist Contributor, 2007 - 2007
  • MotleyFool.com
    Financial Journalist Contributor, 2007 - 2007
Basic Information
Gender
Male
Other names
Markos Kaminis
Story
Tagline
A man who spent his entire life studying finance, only to discover that other laws trump algorithms, the laws of human greed and fear. And not only in their implications upon securities movements, but more importantly in the actions of human beings in the corporate environment. Crowd mentality runs the office, and it too often leads to injustice. When a man of solid moral values enters that arena, he is eaten alive by wolves. But, if he survives, with his new skills of human discernment added to the tools fashioned in business school, he grows stronger.
Introduction
Wall Street Greek is defined as such, the study of Wall Street by a professional odds maker with the gift of discernment. The term "Greek" referenced in this brand is not literal, but slang, meaning "odds maker." What you have here is someone who successful selected stocks over a seven year career, after a lifetime of study, and a special interest in the discernment displayed by Peter Lynch and Warren Buffet. But it's more than that; it's the work of someone who also held true to moral values and ethics and paid dearly for it. So, in getting back to work, we now want to bring equality to Wall Street and make it more than a place for the rich to get richer, but a place for all to partake. Ride along with us if you want to rid the world of greed and fear, and replace the dark void with truth and justice. 
Bragging rights
A 21% average annual return over 5 years as senior stock analyst and 23% over the last 3 years in that role, MBA, held true to moral values and ethics as internal whistleblower
Education
  • Joseph M. Katz School of Business
    MBA
  • Temple University
    Business
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