Daniel Seiver

Daniel Alan Seiver is a Professor of Economics (Emeritus) at Miami University (Ohio) where he taught from 1978 to 2005. He is currently a Lecturer in Finance at San Diego State University. Seiver’s academic research has been published in leading economics journals including the American Economic Review (Papers and Proceedings), the International Economic Review, and the Review of Income and Wealth. He is the author of Outsmarting Wall Street (3rd edition, 1994), the basis for the PAD System. Seiver’s comments on financial markets and the economy have been quoted in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Fortune, Money, Business Week, and many other financial and online publications. He has been a Guest Market Monitor on the PBS program Nightly Business Report. Seiver received his BA and his PhD in Economics from Yale.

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The PAD System Report

The PAD (Patience and Discipline) System Report is based on Dan Seiver’s book Outsmarting Wall Street (3rd ed, Probus/McGraw Hill, 1994), which was a Fortune Book Club Alternate Selection. Earlier editions of the book won praise from Nobel Prize winners Paul Samuelson and Tobin,...
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DIRECTV (DTV)

“DIRECTV’s (DTV) earnings have been in a strong uptrend in recent years, and Value Line estimates that earnings per share in 2015-2017 could double the 2012 level. This growth will be fuelled in part by substantial share buybacks. The stock sells for a to...
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