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I am a professional investment consultant/ blogger/ trader with over 25 years of experience working on the buy and sell-side. I have researched and invested in traditional and alternative asset classes and worked at Pensions Funds, International Banks and Dealers.
Financial Iceberg started out in Oct 12′ as a way for me to share my thorough research, provide trade ideas, and keep a trading journal that kept me accountable and systematic in my trading.
This blog is about markets, economics, finance, and trading.
I’ll use mainly graphics,statistics and,facts, links and any other device that I feel necessary to get my points across.
What I will do on this site is provide you with a quick overview of my market-related insights and thoughts as events unfold. I’ll point you toward other interesting content around the web that grabbed my attention.
Jean-Pierre Desloges, CFA