This is T.R.’s personnel page. These are the people that make Ticker Report, well, “Tick.”
Shane formerly worked at financial giant JPMorgan Chase from 1999 through 2009. Having a love of print before the Internet materialized, he’s actively dealt with publications from writing in critique letters to contributions. It was not until his departure from Chase when he realized, “Hey — I like this, I’ve always liked this.”
While not editing throughout the day and getting in some material of his own when chance arises, he’s also an I.T. professional and avid adrenaline-junkie of small-cap stocks. Notable moment; One day, eons ago it seems now, Shane was told a word didn’t exist. He opened a dictionary and wrote it in.
Much like Shane, he originates from the financial sector as well. Having been an associate of Shane’s from years back, he was the very first person to think Shane’s vision was “not a bad idea.” Henceforth, TickerReport.com began its conceptualization stage to what you see today.
Logan writes. Logan also does a lot of things that get taken for granted, like what you’re looking at right now. “Just another website, great — right?” Logan begs to differ. On our initial launch our website passed performance analysis with flying colors. He’s the one responsible for the inner-workings of T.R.
Aside from holding a hand to the pulse of the market, Logan is also a professional web designer and professional graphics artist.
Ethan picks up books and reads them before they have a chance to have their cover closed. He is also a software engineer and has been trading stocks longer than anybody else here.
Being the oldest member, nobody can say that we discriminate based on age … we have Mr. Ryder as evidence.
After writing that about Ethan it should be pointed out he’s probably the smartest person working for T.R.
An investment trader who loves stocks that pay dividends. More the merrier, the dividends will recoup the down periods according to Mr. Byerly — well, I don’t know exactly about that, but … to each their own.
If nothing else, he’s got his looks to fall back on. Fan of pinball machines, too. That’s rather random, I agree.
Yes, Stephan is our 2nd “latest and greatest” asset (if we say that enough, maybe he’ll believe it?) who stumbled across us from search-engine land and to further display his great talent, found our Contact page. And even wrote us. And it wasn’t spam, either. At the end of all of that, he clicked the submit button, too. Impressive.
Aside from being an associate of ours, Stephan trades for a living as a private day-trader and frequents stock forums from the Yahoo! boards to other places.