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Investment Manager

Tracks the portfolios
of leading investors

Insider Trading

Monitors company executives
with access to information

Event Driven

Short-term mispricing
of a company’s stock price

Earnings Announcement

Detecting and delivering
a company’s profitability

I want to be the champion of the company
and the shareholders. and when I’m concerned about the direction of the
business, I’m not afraid to air those concerns.

Bill Ackman

Meet the legends

Warren Buffett

Warren Buffett
$ 73.8B

Berkshire Hathaway

"Sage of Omaha" and the most successful investor of the 20th century

Carl Icahn

Carl Icahn
$ 24.4B

Icahn Capital Management

One of history's most ruthless corporate raiders

George Soros

George Soros
$ 24.0B

Soros Fund Management

"The man who broke the Bank of England" in 1992

Jorge Lemann

Jorge Lemann
$ 23.0B

3G Capital Partners Ltd.

Brazil's richest man with controlling stakes in HNZ, BUD, and BKW

Ray Dalio

Ray Dalio
$ 15.2B

Bridgewater Associates

Founder of the world's biggest hedge fund firm

John Paulson

John Paulson
$ 13.7B

Paulson & Co.

Earned $4 billion shorting the U.S. housing market in 2007

David Tepper

David Tepper
$ 10.0B

Appaloosa Management LP

Earned $7 billion buying distressed financial stocks in 2009

Leon Cooperman

Leon Cooperman
$ 3.9B

Omega Advisors

"The way to be successful is do what you love and love what you do"

Edward Lampert

Edward Lampert
$ 3.6B

RBS Partners

One of the "brightest minds on Wall Street" and leading activist hedge fund

Julian Robertson

Julian Robertson
$ 3.3B

Tiger Management

Turning $8 million in start-up capital in 1980 into over $22 billion in 1990s

Wilbur Ross

Wilbur Ross
$ 3.0B

Invesco Private Capital

"King of Bankruptcy" and known for investing in distressed companies

Daniel Loeb

Daniel Loeb
$ 2.3B

Third Point Capital

Famous for this poison-pen letters and movie blasting at corporate executives

Steve Mandel

Steve Mandel
$ 2.1B

Lone Pine Capital

Arguably the most successful of the Tiger cubs who left Julian Robertson

Chase Coleman

Chase Coleman
$ 1.9B

Tiger Global

World's youngest billionaire hedge funder who left Julian Robertson

David Einhorn

David Einhorn
$ 1.8B

Greenlight Capital

"The man who shorted Lehman Brothers" in 2007

Larry Robbins

Larry Robbins
$ 1.7B

Glenview Capital Management

One of the "hottest hedge fund managers" who left Leon G. Cooperman

Bill Ackman

Bill Ackman
$ 1.7B

Pershing Square

Earned $2.2 billion in paper profits from ACT's acquisition of AGN in 2014

Thomas Steyer

Thomas Steyer
$ 1.6B

Farallon Capital Mgmt

Spent 26 years running hedge fund Farallon Capital and sold his stake in 2012

Richard Chilton

Richard Chilton
$ 1.3B

Chilton Investment Co

Started company with $5 million in 1992 and manages $6 billion in assets now

Bruce Berkowitz

Bruce Berkowitz
$ 1.0B

Fairholme Capital Mgmt

"U.S. Stock Fund Manager of the Decade" by Morningstar in 2012

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Why choose us

From the beginning, we wondered why can’t ordinary investors achieve profitable returns?
With this focus in mind, we embark on an experiment…
To crowdsource the spiking neural networks of investors.

Why to choose us

Tracks the portfolios of leading investors who have amassed their fortunes through financial markets and investing.

Some of them are activist investors who will take on proxy battles, publicity campaigns, shareholder resolutions, litigation, and negotiations with management.

Follow the corporate insiders who possess all the knowledge to understand the business and prospects for the company.

If they are risking their own money on the stock and they happen to buy at the same time, then they do so thinking that the stock price will go up.

Adopted by hedge fund managers to take advantage of events that can result in the short-term misplacing of a company’s stock price.

There are 36 different event driven strategies that have the potential to create opportunities for a disciplined, patient, and opportunistic investor.

Forward-looking earnings calendar, dividends, and corporate events that create trading advantages.

When the company has been profitable leading up to the announcement, their share price will usually increase after the information is released.

Social investing empowers investors to tap into the collective wisdom of crowds when analyzing a single company.

Valuable insight into market trends, innovative strategies, and investment ideas will enrich your investment experience.

In the past, it was virtually impossible for someone to qualify as a stock trader without spending several years learning the skills as well as preserving one’s investment capital.

Due to the development of a revolutionary Trading Evaluation Process and the widespread access to the complete Spiking curriculum, you can now learn stock trading and develop the intuition and critical analysis to succeed in this field.

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Some facts about us

20 Legends of
Wall Street
5008 U.S. Public
Companies
36 Event Driven
Strategies
CST Certified
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