A well-regarded investor and trader, Michael J. Markowski created proprietary algorithms to analyze the financial health of corporations by examining earnings per share (EPS) and operating cash flow per share (OPS). He uses these algorithms as part of StockDiagnostics.com, a subscription-only website he founded in 2002 in the wake of Enron Corporation’s collapse. Mr. Markowski initially developed his EPS algorithm to assess the root cause of Enron’s demise. By launching StockDiagnostics.com, Michael J. Markowski offers the investment community insight into the viability of more than 200 industries and 10,000 public companies, as well as 12 economic sectors. Mr. Markowski also owns and operates Global Financial News Network (http://www.gfnnetwork.com) and OnlineFinancialSector.com. A former Account Executive with the global financial management and advisory company Merrill Lynch, Michael J. Markowski has contributed to Equities, a magazine. Mr. Markowski draws on more than three decades of experience as an investor and trader. During that period, he has developed a reputation for making accurate financial predictions. His most notable predictions occurred in 2002, when he warned that Sears, Roebuck, and Co., was struggling in terms of its credit-card portfolio, which proved true in a matter of weeks. While attending the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Michael J. Markowski was a member of Phi Eta Sigma, an honor society for first-year students. Mr. Markowski completed his Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration at Florida State University, where he served as President of Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity. In his leisure time, Michael J. Markowski enjoys flying. He earned his student pilot license at age 16 and his private pilot’s license and instrument rating at age 17. Mr. Markowski also holds a commercial pilot’s license. He has logged more than 500 hours of flight time.