Andrew Nyquist: Andy is the founder of See It Market. He has been actively investing for over 15 years with a strong focus on technical analysis and swing trading. His blogs, articles, and contributions have appeared on numerous websites, including Yahoo! Finance, MarketWatch, Business Insider, Investing.com, and Benzinga. Andrew has also been interviewed and cited across several media outlets.
In addition to founding and managing See It Market, Andy enjoys actively investing, playing and watching sports, and spending time with friends and family – especially his wife and three children. Andy recently ended a long stint in the financial services industry to focus on See It Market and private trading. He is a 1998 graduate of Carleton College and resides in the Minneapolis area. Click here to See what Andy has written.
Gavin McMaster: Gavin has a Masters in Applied Finance and Investment. He specializes in income trading using options, is very conservative in his style and believes patience in waiting for the best setups is the key to successful trading. He likes to focus on short volatility strategies. Gavin has written 4 books on options trading, 3 of which were bestsellers. Click here to See what Gavin has written.
Ben Carlson: Ben has been managing institutional portfolios for over a decade. He is currently part of a portfolio management team that oversees a large endowment fund for a charitable organization. Ben’s work has been featured on numerous websites including the Wall Street Journal, Barron’s, MarketWatch, The Globe and Mail, Business Insider and the Washington Post. Ben has earned the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation. Click here to See what Ben has written.
Mitchell Warren: Mitchell is the founder of OptionsRiskManagement.com and an independent agent at Hummel Insurance (representing companies such as Progressive, Auto-Owners, Safeco, Western Reserve, and many others). Born in Cincinnati, OH, he has lived in southeast Indiana his entire life (near Rising Sun). His 8 year trading experience includes equities, ETFs, options, futures, forex, and even bitcoins. He started by learning technical and fundamental analysis and in recent years has studied the importance of watching unusual options activity to see where the big money is positioning. Mitchell ran a premium trading subscription service from the start of 2013 through August 2015 where he provided market insight to 100+ members. Early in 2014, he started teaching on an individual basis via 1 on 1 equity/options mentoring. These customized courses help investors and traders learn technical/fundamental analysis, trading on unusual options activity, options basics to advanced strategies, options greeks, volatility, and positioning for earnings and other catalysts. Mitchell is also a contributor to TraderPlanet and See It Market (previously at Seeking Alpha and TheStreet.com). You can follow him on Twitter and StockTwits for daily market commentary as well. Click here to See what Mitchell has written.
Paban Raj Pandey: Paban left a senior analyst position at a small hedge fund in January 2014, and started blogging in April of that year. With 18 years’ industry experience, he primarily focuses on macro, equities, technical analysis, and derivatives. He shares his thoughts and ideas on his blog www.hedgopia.com. Click here to See what Paban has written.
David Blair: David has been a full time trader and mentor for several years. His thoughts and insights on trading the markets can be found on his website CrossHairs Trading. Therein, David offers a focused trading methodology that centers around one potentially profitable, repeatable pattern in both trending and consolidating markets that can help traders better control any number of self-defeating emotions. David’s strategies combine the basics of swing and trend trading. He resides in North Carolina. Click here to See what David has written.
Maria Rinehart: Maria is a market blogger and a financial astrologer who had studied astrology as a hobby for nine years prior to discovering a passion for the markets in 2008. That summer she timed the September 29th crash within a day. Primary market influences are Jesse Livermore and IBD’s Bill O’Neil; thus, she has tailored a financial astrology methodology to fit a growth methodology with an intermediate time-frame. She posts regularly at mariarinehart.com and her work has also been published on TraderPlanet. You can follow her market updates on Twitter. Click here to See what Maria has written.