E.J. Smith – Your Survival Guy: Archive
Preparing your investments and family for when disaster strikes.
E.J. Smith is the Founder of Your Survival Guy, Managing Director at Richard C. Young & Co., Ltd., a Managing Editor of Richardcyoung.com, and Editor-in-Chief of Youngresearch.com. E.J. graduated from Babson College in Wellesley, Massachusetts, with a B.S. in finance and investments. In 1995, E.J. began his investment career at Fidelity Investments in Boston before joining Richard C. Young & Co., Ltd. in 1998.
E.J. has trained at Sig Sauer Academy in Epping, NH, where he completed course-work in Practical and Defensive Handgun, Conceal Carry Pistol, Shotguns, Precision Scope Rifle and Kidnapping Prevention.His first drum set was a 5-piece Slingerland with Zilldjians. He grew-up worshiping Neil Peart of the band Rush, and loves the song Tom Sawyer—the name of his family’s boat, a Grady-White Canyon 306. He grew up in Mattapoisett, MA, an idyllic small town on the water near Cape Cod. He spends time in Newport, RI and Bartlett, NH—both as far away from Wall Street as one could mentally get. The Newport office is on a quiet, tree lined street not far from the harbor and the log cabin in Bartlett, NH, the “Live Free or Die” state, sits on the edge of the White Mountain National Forest. He enjoys spending time in Key West and Paris.
Please get in touch with E.J. at email@example.com.
Richard C. Young is the editor of Young’s World Money Forecast, and a contributing editor to both Richardcyoung.com and Youngresearch.com. Dick grew up in Shaker Heights, Ohio, and graduated from Babson College in Wellesley, Massachusetts, with a B.S. in investments. Dick began his investment career in 1964 with Clayton Securities in Boston, and founded Young Research & Publishing, Inc. in 1978 to publish Young’s World Money Forecast. In 1989, Dick founded Richard C. Young & Co., Ltd. (Newport & Naples).
Debbie, editor-in-chief of Richardcyoung.com, has been associate editor of Dick Young’s investment strategy reports for over three decades. When not in Key West, Debbie spends her free time researching and writing in and about Paris and Burgundy, France, cooking on her AGA Cooker, and practicing yoga. Debbie has completed the 200 hour Krama Yoga teacher training program taught by Master Instructer Ruslan Kleytman. Debbie is a strong supporting member of the NRA.
Formerly the Cato Institute’s director of foreign policy studies, Logan writes primarily about politics and American foreign policy. He holds a master’s degree in international relations from the University of Chicago and a bachelor’s degree in international relations from American University. He is an expert on U.S. grand strategy, international relations theory, and American foreign policy. He has lectured on American strategy across the country and across the world, and his articles have appeared in International Security, the Journal of Strategic Studies, Foreign Policy, the National Interest, the Harvard International Review, Orbis, National Review, the American Conservative, Reason, Politico, and the American Prospect, among others. A native Missourian, Logan currently lives in Washington, DC with his wife and two sons, where they own Ruta del Vino, a Latin American wine and spirits bar.
David A. Hammer, a Chartered Financial Analyst with a B.A. in Economics and a former adjunct professor at Boston University, has been employed in the investment business for 42 years. He has been CFO of the oldest liability insurance company and, more recently, in charge of the trust-investments of the largest trust operation in the inter-mountain west before founding Hammer Asset Management in 1990.
Steve Schneider is a weapons specialist for Richardcyoung.com. He is our website and graphic design specialist for Youngsworldmoneyforcast.com, Richardcyoung.com, and Youngresearch.com. Steve customizes and creates all of the images and political cartoons on our websites.
Timothy O. Jones is a Senior Editor at Young Research & Publishing Inc. and for Young’s World Money Forecast. Timothy contributes to Richardcyoung.com, and Youngresearch.com.