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Meet Mark Gomes

Introduction

Pick Performance *
2009 Picks 141.1%
2010 Picks 56.3%
2011 Picks 33.6%
2012 Picks 100.9%
2013 Picks 81.5%
* Excludes our Spring portfolios
 
SPRING SMALL CAP PORTFOLIOS Duration Peak ROI Final ROI Annualized
Spring Portfolio I 1.3 months 25% 11% 162%
Spring Portfolio II 2.9 months 41% 21% 120%
Spring Portfolio III 6 days 9% 5% 1845%
Spring Portfolio IV   Coming Soon  
   

 USAToday
Take a 'Field Trip' with Google Glass
"Pipeline Data CEO and market analyst Mark Gomes says Field Trip showcases the potential advertising and commerce implications of Glass." 8/21/13
AllthingsD
The Backstory on Google’s Investment in Google Glass Micro-Display Supplier Himax

"Mark Gomes of Pipeline Data, had pinpointed the relationship between Google and Himax before it was public in a March article for Seeking Alpha that has been credited with driving the stock up earlier this year." 7/22/13

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Marketplace for October 26, 2011: NPR Interview Regarding Thailand & Hard Drive Industry
 
 

Experience

Mark Gomes has over twenty years of experience as an information technology (IT) stock analysts. His utilization of IT purchasing data has been a hallmark of his investment methodology.

As a program director at International Data Corporation, he advised hundreds of Wall Street clients on the evolution of the consumer PC market in the mid-90s. His program serviced top analysts from the industry’s biggest firms, including Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley.

In 1998, Mr. Gomes established the Investment Research Program (IRP) at AMR Research (later acquired by Gartner Group). His coverage of the Internet Boom turned IRP into a multi-million dollar profit center. In late 1999, he predicted that the Internet Bubble would crash in Q1 of 2000 by identifying weaknesses in the IT purchasing pipeline. He later called the bottom of the bust in late 2002.

In July 2004, Gomes founded Pipeline Data, LLC. One month later, he initiated coverage on Apple Computer (AAPL) at $15.87 in an emphatic alert to Pipeline Data’s institutional customers. His analysis presaged Apple’s reemergence and propelled Pipeline Data’s success, attracting a who’s who of mutual fund and hedge fund giants.

In 2009, Gomes became a contributor to Seeking Alpha where he has amassed an enviable record for identifying buyout candidates and stocks that are “Poised To Triple”.

Gomes was most recently credited with assembling evidence that identified Himax (HIMX) as the technologies behind Google Glass, one of the world’s most eagerly awaited new products. After the release of his findings on SeekingAlpha, shares of HIMX doubled in a 6-week period.

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