Barry Randall is the Chief Investment Officer of Crabtree Asset Management. Barry founded Crabtree in 2008 following a 15-year Wall Street career as an equity analyst and portfolio manager specializing in growth stocks. In 2007, Barry earned a Wall Street Journal Category King award for his co-management of the MTB Small Cap Growth Fund in 2006. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and an MBA from the University of Texas, Austin. Crabtree Asset Management is a registered investment adviser based in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Formed in 2008, Crabtree offers traditional advisory services to individuals and families. The firm has a specialization in growth stocks in general and technology stocks in particular. However, Crabtree clients' needs are addressed based solely on their unique situation and investment goals.
I am a former sell-side analyst -- UBS 1996-2002, Needham 2002-2006 and ThinkEquity 2006-2008. These days I review automobiles and other technology products, as well as analyze the automotive and technology industries, and coming up with long/short ideas. I also continue to write (less frequently) on macroeconomics and politics.
I am a casual observer trying to learn the art of fundamentals based investing. My goal is investments for retirement.
I am interested in all sorts of industries but interested in Tech industry to a great extent - since I work in tech I'm heavily invested (via my career) even though I own few shares of tech companies.
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