Jim Van Meerten is an advisor to Marketocracy Capital Management. He earned a BS in Accounting and Business Administration from Berry College; a Juris Doctorate from the Woodrow Wilson School of Law; and attended post-baccalaureate and graduate courses in Business Administration, Quantitative Math, and Education at Florida Atlantic University, Georgia State University and University of North Carolina at Charlotte. In the past he has been an accountant, attorney, adjunct professor in Business Law, Accounting and Internal Auditing, financial advisor, supervisory principal, and compliance officer.
Recent Articles By The Author
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If you want to go global with Glencore Xstrata, try the ADR instead.
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This stock fits the bill for double-digit growth in sales and earnings.
Netflix Still in Play After Big Gain
After a rise of 327%, the major portion of the gain may be over, but for those already in position, or willing to take a short-term chance, here's what I would do.
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The software company has been a Wall Street darling this year. Here's why.
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Home Depot seems like a stock that continues to show improvement in revenue, earnings and stockholder value.
Intel Stock Starts Countdown to Launch
The stock could well have bottomed here, standing to pop over 20% in five years.
How to Play the Google Roller Coaster
Since everyone's prediction have been way off, it is best to chart the stock yourself and get your signals from the moving averages and turtle channels.
Apple Is a Bad Investment
A look at its technical and fundamental issues confirms why Apple's a bad egg right now.