Dave Gentry is the author of Small Stocks, Big Money, a Wiley-published book of interviews with the world’s most successful small-cap investors. He has been a consultant to more than 1,000 public companies and assisted dozens of public companies in the up-listing and capital-raising process. In 2012 he founded The RedChip Money Report™, a weekly cable TV financial news show broadcast in 177 million homes. He has appeared on CNBC and Fox Business News, is a member of the Forbes Business Council, and is widely known as a thought leader in the small-cap space.
Gentry has been a presenter at the New York Society of Security Analysts, Deal Flow Media conferences, and other small-cap conferences, and he has rung the NASDAQ bell on three occasions. In 2011, he was honored by Inc. Magazine as CEO of one of the fastest-growing private companies in America. In 1996, he won the Republican nomination in the 5th District of Florida for the United States House of Representatives. In 1994 he co-founded the First Amendment Coalition, an independent, nonprofit, collegiate-based student organization, and received national and international attention for his work defending free speech on college campuses. Gentry’s activism led to his publication 100+ Cases of Campus Censorship, published by David Horowitz’s Second Thoughts Books. Gentry earned his Master of Education from the University of Florida in 1993.
Todd McKnight, an entrepreneur by nature, appreciates a fundamental analytical macro approach to investing as a key to long term wealth creation. Upon attaining a degree in Industrial Engineering from Georgia Tech he learned the ins and outs of corporate finance and financial markets at American Express Financial Advisors and Northwestern Mutual moving on to manage and own a successful OSJ, with an asset management/investment banking focus in publicly traded oil & gas and mining companies. He has hosted more than a dozen entrepreneurial conferences at top venues including The Harvard Club and successfully represented companies at a multitude of business symposiums, conferences and roadshows on four continents, leading to substantial financial support and positve exposure for his clients.
Paul brings over 15 years of investor relations experience to RedChip. Prior to joining RedChip, he served as Managing Director of Lead Summit Advisers, a boutique communications consulting firm he founded, where he directed the development and implementation of a wide variety of communications programs for private and public companies in various sectors. Previously, Paul was Communications Manager at SAC Financial Communications, a Las Vegas-based investor relations firm, where he developed investor communications strategies for a large roster of NASDAQ, NYSE Amex, and OTC companies. Paul graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management from Point Park University, earned a Public Relations Certificate from Rutgers University, and currently serves on the board of directors of Voces Solis, a Pittsburgh-based arts nonprofit.
Robert is a highly skilled and dedicated professional in the Digital Media industry, boasting an impressive background in both game design and film production. With a BA in Game Design from the University of Central Florida and an MFA in Film Production from Full Sail University, Robert has built a strong foundation that allows him to excel in various aspects of digital media and video production. Robert's deep understanding of digital media has allowed him to create engaging and immersive experiences for audiences worldwide, and his passion for storytelling through visual media is evident in every project he undertakes. His strong collaborative nature and genuine enthusiasm for his work make him a pleasure to work with and a driving force behind the successful completion of any project.
Jon is the host of the RedChip Money Report™ TV show which airs on Bloomberg US Saturdays at 7 pm and Bloomberg International Sundays at 6 pm in every country in Europe. Jon formerly specialized in global retail and institutional outreach with specific interest in North America. Over the last ten years, he has represented U.S. and international companies across all industry classifications. He has worked with hundreds of small-cap institutions, family offices and registered investment advisors. Prior to joining RedChip Companies, Mr. Cunningham was a registered investment advisor for the Principal Financial Group and held series 7, 52, 63, and 65 licenses, as well as life and health insurance licenses. Prior to joining Principal, Mr. Cunningham was a stockbroker for Olde Discount Corporation. Earlier in his career, Mr. Cunningham managed the Midwest Division of Quality Assurance for Amtrak in Chicago.