Edward Dowd is a founding partner of Phinance Technologies, an international macro-alternative investment firm. He has specialized in analyzing risk management performance for S&P 500 market opportunities, and market and risk strategies. Earlier Ed was a managing director for large cap growth equities at Blackrock -- one of the world's top banking asset holders -- where he managed a $14 billion growth equity portfolio. Given his extensive background in Wall Street and finance, Ed has observed glaring inconsistencies in between official Covid pandemic reports and the actual on-the-ground data regarding vaccine injuries that highly suggestive of widespread vaccine fraud and collusion between the government and the Covid vaccine makers, notably Moderna and Pfizer. Ed recently wrote a book based upon his investigations: "Cause Unknown: The Epidemic of Sudden Deaths in 2021 and 2022," which is being published through Robert Kennedy Jr's Childrens Health Defense inprint. Ed earned his bachelor's degree at the University of Notre Dame and an MBA in Finance from Indiana University.