By trade, Nate has worked in the Information Technology sector for 27 years now at some of the world’s largest companies. The last 8 or so he has been in IT management, managing teams up to 85 in fields of desktop support, networking, cybersecurity, system administration, telecom, and server administration. He has worked in the manufacturing, energy, defense, pharmaceutical, and financial industries as an IT professional. Nate has a B.S. in information technology, M.S. in cybersecurity, and MBA (focused in management studies) coupled with certifications such as Project Management Professional (PMP), Certified Information System Security Professional (CISSP), MCSE (2012), MCSA (2008), MCTS: SCCM 2007, Server+, Network+, Security+, and A+. With his professional career, he has had to solve some of the biggest IT challenges out there while also understanding numerous disciplines, approaches, solutions, and leading teams of people to accomplish significantly complicated tasks. He feels his professional career has led him to use a lot of decision-science based approaches to finding solutions – which often involve metrics and data-driven solutions to understand complex systems. These big picture ideas and problem solving methodologies he feels can be used across many sectors.
Outside of work, he describes himself as a renaissance man with many, many different interests which he’d like to bring to the show here and there.
Nate first came to Twitter in late 2020, and with that – his blogs started to pick up a following. An article he published in early February 2021 entitled “How the silver longs, and Eric Sprott, can defeat the silver shorts – an education in 4D chess” detailed how the silver squeeze can work in four phases earned him over 60,000 readers of that piece and from that, an interview with Palisades Gold Radio.
Topics Nate can ramble on about aimlessly…
- Precious metals/miners/investment strategies
- Writing (blogging mostly)
- Sports (football/baseball)
- Health/well being
- Low carb eating
- Macro events
- Information technology
- Movies (love my dystopian future movies!)