Editor and founder of 3Dimensional Research George Rho is a 20-year veteran of Wall Street, with experience as an equity analyst, an assistant research director, a portfolio manager, and an options strategist. A generalist in the early years, he followed the telecommunications sector in the second half of the 1990s and the healthcare sector through much of the current decade. Most recently, George Rho was Executive Editor of Value Line Publishing's Special Situations and Select products, along with being the Senior Strategist for the company's Options Survey. "Select" is Value Line's premium ($795/year) research-based product, which highlights the company's single best investment idea every month. He has been quoted countless times in periodicals all around the world, including the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, and Business Week. He has been described as a "market savvy analyst" who gets his "ducks in order." Moreover, his work can be found in many financial textbooks. Further references to his work can be found by googling George Rho, Value Line, Options. On a more personal level, George was born in Seoul, Korea, spent most of his childhood in Uganda, and earned his BA (in psychology) and MBA (in international finance) from Rutgers University. He is an avid tennis player, golfer, and chess player.
3Dimensional Research is a small research-driven publication that's been designed to provide superior overall value than Select, Special Situations, and the Options Survey. Its primary objective is to provide long-term investors with very specific buy recommendations that allow them to build world-class portfolios. A secondary objective is to help investors generate recurring income through the use of strategies involving both event-driven market opportunities and options. All of our recommendations are specific and they are supported by a thorough analysis. Indeed, after reading our reports, subscribers should not only know precisely what we are recommending and why, they will probably know the recommended companies as well as any analyst on Wall Street. A third goal is to provide ideas and strategies that minimize investor anxiety.