W. David Moon is a money manager by trade. In his real life he and his wife of 28 years raise 13-year-old twins on a farm in Knoxville, Tennessee, where his weekends regularly resemble old episodes of “Green Acres.”
During the week, he is the president of Moon Capital Management, an investment research and management firm.
After decades of financial writing, Thoughts Are Things is his first non-business related work.
Since 1998, David has written “MarketView,” a weekly business commentary for newspaper publisher Scripps. His research and editorial writing have been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Barron’s and Corporate Board Member magazine and he has been a regular contributor to CNBC’s “After the Bell.”
David serves on the investment committee for the City of Knoxville, the Board of Visitors of the University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine and is the former Chairman of the Knoxville Zoo board of directors.
David earned bachelor’s and MBA degrees (both cum laude) from the University of Tennessee, where he was named a member of the Academic All-Southeastern Conference football team his senior year.