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Andreev's public profile has always been small, but over the past five years you'll be hard-pressed to find any public appearances by Andreev whatsoever.
But Andreev is the CEO of dating app Badoo, one of the largest dating apps in the world and a rival to Tinder.
In addition to being on the Board of Directors of the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum and the American Academy in Rome, he is also a Fellow of the French and Belgian Academies d'Architecture, and a member of the Bund Deutscher Architekten and the American Academy of Arts & Letters, from which he received the Brunner Prize for Architecture in 1976. Meier has taught at Cooper Union, Princeton University, Pratt Institute, Harvard University, Yale University and UCLA. Rhodes Class of 1956 University Professorship at Cornell University.
He is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects and received a Medal of Honor from the New York Chapter in 1980 and the Gold Medal from the Los Angeles Chapter in 1998.
His numerous design awards include 29 National AIA Honor Awards and 53 Regional AIA Design Awards.
A 2016 analysis of total dating app downloads by BBC News that used data from analytics service App Annie found that Badoo was the most downloaded dating app in 21 countries, ahead of Tinder which was the most downloaded in 18 countries.
An outside reversal bar, according to Gordon, is an individual trading day with a high matching the prior day's highs, but with a close below the previous day's low.
On Tuesday, stocks suffered their worst session in months, as the S&P 500 had its first 1 percent intraday move of the year.
"I flattened out all my positions on the 21st," he said Thursday on CNBC's "Trading Nation." "I am carrying no long positions right now and for the first time in months, and I'm actually finger on the trigger to go short." The first of these warnings signs, according to Gordon, lies with small-cap stocks, often seen as an indicator of domestic economic performance.
Small caps surged about 16 percent the month following November's election, but since then the Russell 2000 index has actually fallen flat year to date.