LATEST ADDITION TO EWT ANALYST TEAM
As most of you know, my perspective of larger markets is based upon the fact that mass sentiment drives the market, as well as the mega-cap stocks. To me, that has become quite obvious throughout my career, which is why we have been so successful in using Elliott Wave analysis to track larger market moves and mega-cap stocks.
However, that also means that the less mass sentiment is being displayed within a financial product, such as with smaller capitalized stocks, then the less it is driven by mass sentiment. Ultimately, this means that the fundamentals of those stocks do matter more and more.
To this end, I have come across a fundamental analyst that has blown me away with her work, especially on the mid-cap stocks. And, I am quite certain you will feel the same way, which is why we reached out to her.
So, please join me in welcoming Lyn Alden Schwartzer as the latest analyst addition to our Elliottwavetrader family.
With a background blending engineering and finance, Lyn uses a dispassionate long-term quantitative and qualitative approach to filter through the noise and find value in stocks and markets around the world.
Lyn has a Bachelor's degree in electrical & electronics engineering and a Master's degree in engineering management with a focus on financial modeling and engineering economics. She has worked for over a decade in the aviation industry in a range of roles, starting as an electronics engineer and moving into project and facility management, and engineering finance.
Founder of Lyn Alden Investment Strategy and a popular contributor on Seeking Alpha, Lyn provides market research to tens of thousands of individual investors and financial professionals per month. Her specialties include monitoring developments in the business cycle, analyzing various approaches to asset allocation, and covering stocks and international ETFs.
She focuses strongly on valuation, and regularly employs the use of cash-secured puts, covered calls, and normal buy-and-hold positions, depending on market conditions and available opportunities.
Lyn's work has been featured or cited on Forbes, Business Insider, CNBC, MarketWatch, Time's Money Magazine, Kiplinger, The Street, US News and World Report, the Telegraph, Fidelity Investments, Morningstar, and other financial media.
Lyn will be focusing her analysis on select large, mid and small-cap stocks within our StockWaves service in order to identify opportunities based upon her valuation analysis. Adding Lyn to our StockWaves team truly rounds out our StockWaves service in way that can best identify major opportunities in individual stocks for our members through a strong combination of Elliott Wave analysis coupled with a strong underlying valuation perspective.
So, again, please join me in extending a warm welcome to the latest addition to our EWT family – Lyn Alden Schwartzer.