Scott Chan moved from China to the U.S. with family at the age of ten. He passed the rigorous entrance exam and attended the merit-based Stuyvesant High School, widely held to be best public school in New York City. He earned undergraduate degrees from New York University followed by an MBA degree from the Zicklin School of Business at Baruch College.
Shortly thereafter Scott partnered with Dr. Stephen Leeb on numerous financial publications. Today, he serves as the lead analyst for Real World Investing and The Complete Investor.
Mr. Chan is an avid baseball fan and enjoys outdoor activities in his spare time. A multicultural person, he reads Chinese and speaks fluent Mandarin and Cantonese Chinese.
Core Growth Portfolio biotech holding Biogen Idec (Nasdaq: BIIB) has gained about 35 percent since the end of May as fears of a generic threat and revenue slowdown subsided. It set a new 52-week high last Friday after weekly sales of Tecfidera (the face of Biogen’s MS franchise) grew 3.1… Read More
Merger talk between T-Mobile (Nasdaq: TMUS) and Sprint (NYSE: S) is again heating up. While a marriage between the third and fourth largest U.S. national mobile carriers may not be a great thing for consumers, from an investment perspective it looks like it could be a "win-win" situation for both companies. Read More
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Although Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL) is already, by far, the world's largest company by market cap, it has consistently proven that with one great product, it can still grow. A company trading at a very reasonable valuation, AAPL offers a high floor and we think it is a must-own for investors. Read More