Beth Kindig has ten years of experience in competitive analysis and product analysis in the tech industry dating back to 2011. Considering tech growth stocks took off after the financial crisis, she is an experienced professional in every sense of the word. Her tech conference appearances date back to 2014 and her analysis began garnering press in the same year. She is known for making bold calls on tech stocks and offers a weekly free analysis that leverages her ten years of experience in the private markets. It is not only the big gains she has achieved with individual stocks but also the quality and consistency of her analysis.
Knox Ridley began consulting on portfolios in 2007 and is an experienced growth investor in both bull and bear markets, which is hard to find these days. As the portfolio manager of the I/O Fund, he beat the top-performing funds on Wall Street in both 2020 and in 2021. His real-time trade notifications to premium subscribers have garnered 27 entries with over 100% gains in the last two years. Knox began his career as an ETF wholesaler in 2007 before becoming a portfolio consultant for large RIAs, FAs, and Institutional accounts. He is very keen on macro trends and is trained in Fibonacci Trading, Elliott Wave theory, as well as Gann Cycles. He also uses classical technical analysis to manage risk and identify great risk/reward setups. Knox is known for increasing and decreasing allocations for record-breaking returns.
Royston Roche has over a decade of experience in the capital markets. He started his career with Infosys BPM where he worked for its clients BNY Mellon and Deutsche Bank. Later he has worked with various investors, research companies, and investment firms. Royston is known for his thoughtful and fair analysis of stocks. He is an expert in fundamental analysis and his investing style is buy-and-hold strategy. Royston has done MBA (Finance) from ICFAI University.