Lawrence Meyers is the President and Chief Executive Officer of PDL Broker, Inc. In 2004, Meyers became the first U.S. journalist to cover the companies and stocks in the short-term cash advance sector. In 2005, he co-founded PDL, which provides loans directly to consumers and other lenders. Meyers consults on Credit Services Organizations in Texas, edits congressional testimony, and pens articles for Andrew Breitbart's series of websites: BigGovernment.com, BigHollywood.com and BigJournalism.com. He consults for institutional investors on all aspects of the domestic and foreign alternative financial services industry, including legislative and regulatory issues. In 2010, Meyers began consulting for crisis communications firms, providing articles and videos to support their various clients. He is also developing business plans for the alternative financing, production, and distribution of creative content. PDL Broker provides broker and deal flow services to private equity firms. As a crisis communications consultant, he has drawn upon his expertise in various other fields including: economics, chemistry, public policy, fragrances, hair products, regulatory corruption, political communications, student loans, public and for-profit education, filmed entertainment, junk science, and pop culture criticism.
He has written over 1,200 articles on the stock market for The Motley Fool, Investorplace.com, WyattResearch.com, LearnBonds.com, and SeekingAlpha.com
Recent Articles By The Author
A Case to Short the 'FANT' Stocks: Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Tesla
These companies either have non-diversified revenue streams, are unlikely to make significant amounts of money, or are burning cash. They are not solid investment options over time.
Netflix Investors Should Be Nervous About Disney's Alibaba Deal
Disney blows off its domestic streaming partner to partner with China's favorite son. The message is now clear: If you want to stream in China, you stream with Alibaba.
Here's the Case to Short Netflix
The rational and mindful case for shorting Netflix will surprise you.
The One Chart That Should Worry Uber and Hurts the Taxi Medallion Short-Selling Thesis
Taxi applications are on the rise in San Francisco, a potential sign that drivers aren't happy working for ride-hailing company Uber Technologies.