On a regular basis, I talk to top tech CEOs and founders to find the next hot deal and discover which startrups are stinkers. I’ve been following the markets since the mid-1990s when I started WebIPO. It was a place where investors got research as well as access to deals for the dot-com boom. From there, I started several other companies, such as Hypermart.net, which was sold to InfoSpace in 1999.
As of now, I write for publications like Forbes.com and the IPOPlaybook. I’m also the author of a variety of books like “All About Short Selling” and “All About Commodities.” I also have two other upcoming books, such as “How to Create the Next Facebook: Seeing Your Startup Through, from Idea to IPO” and “High-Profit IPO Strategies: Finding Breakout IPOs for Investors and Traders.”
To keep in the game, I help early-stage companies with advice — or just warn them of some of the mistakes I’ve made!