Sunni Middleton

Sunni Middleton

Thursday, 19 February 2009 03:34

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Thursday, 19 February 2009 03:16

Thank You

 
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Wednesday, 11 February 2009 18:28

The Reggie Difference

What makes Reggie and BoomBustBlog different from other providers of research?

1)    Purpose - First and foremost, Reggie is NOT an analyst. He is an investor. His interest and yours are aligned. He doesn't work for an Investment Bank with conflicts of interest between the research departments and underwriting, trading etc.

2)   Fluid  Methodology - Reggie's methodology is not set in stone. It is actually very fluid and adaptable to the specific company, scenario and environment. Reggie does not have a cookie cutter approach to analyzing companies. Instead he takes a common sense/results oriented (which may at some times seem unorthodox) approach to his analysis.

3)   Outsider Perspective - Reggie is an outsider, thus he is not trained/brainwashed in the corporate way. He likes to say that he is "unplugged from the matrix". As a result, he is much more efficient and results-oriented than many from large firms. He tends to be more focused on productivity than presentation, substance than spell checking and quality not quantity.

4)   Accuracy - When it comes to "predicting" outcomes, Reggie's research is simply more accurate which makes it much more useful for investors.

5)   Selectivity - At BoomBustBlog, you are not going to find research on every company. We are not here to provide research on any and every company in any particular sector or industry. For the most part, you are only going to find research on companies that seem to provide a decent investment opportunity, i.e. significantly under or overvalued. Occasionally, we may publish a few duds (i.e., those darn companies who are valued just right) simply because we spent the time and money to do the research - why let it go to waste when someone may find the research useful.

6)   BoomBustBlog Community- Reggie has created a website heavily based on the open source philosophy and attracts intelligent participants at all levels of skill and knowledge looking to learn and share ideas. This is evidenced in the quality of the BoomBustBlog commentary.

 

 

Thursday, 05 February 2009 10:48

Facts & Figures

 

 

 Facts & Figures*
Website Statistics
Visitors 5 million+
Subscribers
 3000+
Page Rank
 6
 Subscribers Demographics
Executives & Professional  75%
Income over $100k annually
 35%
Income over $200k annually
 25%
Millionaires  32%
Multimillionaires  18%
Net Assets over $10 million
 5%
Investable assets over $1 million
 17%
Investable assets over $2 million
 9%
 Subscribing Firms
Banks (e.g., Morgan Stanley, UBS, Citibank)
 
Consultants (e.g., Deloitte)
 
Hedge Funds (e.g., Citadel)  

Central Banks and quasi gvernmental agencies (e.g. European Central Bank, Central Bank of Canada, International Monetary Fund)              

Insurance Companies (e.g.,The Hartford)
 
Nation's largest real estate companies (e.g., General Growth Properties)
 
Reputable Business School Academia e.g., NYU's Stern,  Georgetown's McDonough
 
 Performance
BoomBustBlog Research Model for 2008
 100%+
Reggie's proprietary account for 2008
 200%+
   
 *Based on 2008 tallies

 

 

Thursday, 05 February 2009 09:10

Backgrounder

Who is Reggie Middleton? A Backgrounder

 

 
Media Inquiries - contact Sunni Middleton 718 415 4565
New Millenium Global Investor
Reggie's Bio
In his own words ....
What makes Reggie and BoomBustBlog different?
Successful Investor
Proprietary Account Returns
Blog Research Model Returns
Global Investment Research Provider
Banks
Global Macro
Insurers
Real Estate
Industrial & Manufacturing
Asset Securitization Crisis
Foreign Companies (Asia , Eurozone, Africa & Middle East)
Forensic Detective
 Real Estate Crash
 Lehman
 Bear Stearns
 WAMU
 GGP
 Micro View of Macro Markets
 Blogger
 Writer
 Speaker
 Educator
 Technology / Media Geek
Dot.commer since 1990s
Owned and Managed several web-based businesses
Open Source / New Media
 Facts & Figures
 Website vistitors
 Subscriber demographics
 Reggie proprietary performance
 Blog Research Model performance
 Resources
 Media Appearances
 Praise/Quotes from our subscribers
 Search
 Our Community
 Newsletter

Reggie Middleton: New Millenium Open Source Investor

 

Reggie Middleton is a non-conformist, outside the box, "free-thinking maverick"  when it comes to investment and  analysis, which helps him make money while the Wall Street herd  stampedes in fear.

 

Middleton works in his home, builds his own research and reporting  technology and does all his own analysis. The personal approach to investing is critical to success.

 

Since being right puts food on Middleton's table, he's more invested  in his research than anyone else. It's the investing, not selling research gathered in an echo chamber, that consumes his energy.

   

With so much at stake, Middleton can't rely on other firms to research  where he should put his family's money. So he employs his own team of analysts and forensic accountants.

 

 This independence means Middleton doesn't have to please editors,  bankers, clients or shareholders. It's also why his research is so  valuable to the hedge fund and pension managers, commercial bankers and others who subscribe to it.

 

 In addition to allowing Middleton to cultivate an interest in new  media, publishing research online generates feedback from readers  around the globe.

   

By complementing his own work with online global feedback, Middleton has created a living, evolving body of work much in the same way open- source programmers develop software.

 

Despite his low personal profile, Middleton's work is being noticed well beyond the boundaries of his subscriber base.

   

Analysis that foresaw the downfall of firms such as General Growth  Properties months before management even acknowledged a problem helped  get Middleton coverage from the online financial news service  Marketwatch and prominent play in New YorkLas Vegas newspapers. 

   

The jump to mainstream media was no surprise considering Middleton's  investment record far outpaces so-called "experts" on national cable  news and his ability to break down complex financial news in terms  anyone can understand.

 

   

 

Thursday, 19 February 2009 03:34

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Sunni Middleton Customer Service 718-415-4565
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Thursday, 19 February 2009 03:16

Thank You

 
Welcome to BoomBustBlog! You are now registered. Thank you for joining our community!
 
In our FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) - we have provided a guide on how to get the most out of the many features on this site.
 
In addition, please fill out our short survey so that we can get to know you better. We absolutely do NOT sell any of your personal information. We ave better ways of making money.
 

We encourage you to join groups, submit comments, write articles (yes, we welcome you to set up your own webpage and Blog here too), attend our events, participate in public discussions or private conversations with other BoomBustBloggers, and invite others to join our community. Your community activity will provide a richer experience for all of us. You can even earn a reward for your activity.

 
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Wednesday, 11 February 2009 18:28

The Reggie Difference

What makes Reggie and BoomBustBlog different from other providers of research?

1)    Purpose - First and foremost, Reggie is NOT an analyst. He is an investor. His interest and yours are aligned. He doesn't work for an Investment Bank with conflicts of interest between the research departments and underwriting, trading etc.

2)   Fluid  Methodology - Reggie's methodology is not set in stone. It is actually very fluid and adaptable to the specific company, scenario and environment. Reggie does not have a cookie cutter approach to analyzing companies. Instead he takes a common sense/results oriented (which may at some times seem unorthodox) approach to his analysis.

3)   Outsider Perspective - Reggie is an outsider, thus he is not trained/brainwashed in the corporate way. He likes to say that he is "unplugged from the matrix". As a result, he is much more efficient and results-oriented than many from large firms. He tends to be more focused on productivity than presentation, substance than spell checking and quality not quantity.

4)   Accuracy - When it comes to "predicting" outcomes, Reggie's research is simply more accurate which makes it much more useful for investors.

5)   Selectivity - At BoomBustBlog, you are not going to find research on every company. We are not here to provide research on any and every company in any particular sector or industry. For the most part, you are only going to find research on companies that seem to provide a decent investment opportunity, i.e. significantly under or overvalued. Occasionally, we may publish a few duds (i.e., those darn companies who are valued just right) simply because we spent the time and money to do the research - why let it go to waste when someone may find the research useful.

6)   BoomBustBlog Community- Reggie has created a website heavily based on the open source philosophy and attracts intelligent participants at all levels of skill and knowledge looking to learn and share ideas. This is evidenced in the quality of the BoomBustBlog commentary.

 

 

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