Kevin Judge, BIO

Education PMC MIS Iona College, NY MBA Finance Fairleigh Dickinson University, NJ BA Political Science George Washington University, DC Current Positions Assistant Professor, CSIT Ocean County College Since 2010 Adjunct Faculty, CIS Bloomfied College Since 2015 Career Highlights Technical Communication Manager Comodo Group 8/2013 to 3/2015 Online Faculty, Information Technology University of Phoenix 7/2002 to… Read More »

D-Day Lessons for Business

By Kevin Judge | June 07, 2019 When you look at the top corporations, the ones that are not only succeeding but leading the way, you will find a defining characteristic that they share is a strong corporate culture. One that is directed from the top, but is embedded in the everyday work ethic of… Read More »

Risk Tolerance: To Thine Own Self Be True

By Kevin Judge | May 31, 2019 Every person has their own view and tolerance of risk. This is a critical fact in determining their investment strategy and each investor needs to have a clear understanding of what level of risk is appropriate for them and act accordingly. Some people are by nature risk averse… Read More »

Cycles? Recessions are Man Made!

By Kevin Judge | May 20, 2019 For several generations, economics textbooks and economists have told us that an economy follows a predictable cycle. A recession occurs when an economy becomes exhausted. At some point the downturn hits the low and a recovery begins. When the recovery has recouped the economic losses, a new expansion… Read More »

Diversity is the Key to Investment Success

By Kevin Judge | April 30, 2019 According to a professor I had in graduate school, most of what you need to know about investment can be illustrated by two very old proverbs: A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush: This actually illustrates two critical concepts in investing, the time value… Read More »