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Finsight Funds was established in July of 2016 in order to bring a more modern approach to investing.
The manager of Finsight Funds began investing in the stock market more than 10 years ago. He has experience working for both a large asset management firm (which managed in excess of $50B) as well as a small hedge fund (AUM of $50m), and is now branching out through Finsight. He is a CFA Level 3 candidate for June 2017.
The purpose and mission for Finsight Funds is to help allocate financial resources where they can provide the most value to the world.
Long term investor with a focus on small companies. Particularly interested in long term compounders, small cap value and special situations. I have been an avid investor for a decade. I am currently a full time financial advisor with an independent RIA firm.
Trading and investing full time for personal account and consulting with a money manager firm with assets of over $55 Million. Worked on Wall Street for 18 years at two wirehouses and one boutique investment banking firm. Investment discipline includes taking advantage of Wall Street's tendency to act quickly in herds and overdoing it to the upside and downside, along with standard long term investing in companies with good management that exceed financial expectations. Small companies that have yet to be followed by research analysts and investment firms are of particular interest, as the potential for above average returns, often in a short period of time, exists. Trading strategies are employed when a sell off or a price spike attracts attention for a quick opportunity.
62 year old male waiting for the end of 2015 to retire. Working in the Middle-East in oil/gas on a rotation basis. Investment interest is in retirement income (but, generating revenue for that until I retire). I appreciate capital returns as much as anyone, but plan to live off of the dividends that stocks provide. Hopefully, I can increase the capital somewhat to provide more dividends for better living. I like MLP's, mREIT's, REIT's, BDC's for high yield and am very interested in other methods of increasing yields (covered calls).
Plan to leave stock portfolio to my two sons upon my departure.