Tom Feeney began his work in the investment industry in 1969. Clients have included cities, states and major corporations, as well as numerous religious, charitable and other not-for-profit organizations. In his early career Tom served as Executive Director of Stewardship Services, Inc., Washington, D.C., and as a Senior Vice President of Atalanta/Sosnoff Capital Corporation, New York. He established Thomas J. Feeney & Co., a financial consultant to tax-exempt organizations, in 1978. Feeney & Co. initiated investment management services in late 1985, and Marathon Asset Management Co., Mission’s predecessor, was incorporated in early 1987 to separate those investment management services from Feeney & Co.’s consulting work. Tom served as Marathon’s Chief Investment Officer since the firm’s inception. In 1997 Tom assumed the roles of Managing Director and Chief Investment Officer of Mission Management & Trust Co., located in Tucson, Arizona. Prior to his investment career, Tom served on the faculties of the University of Santa Clara, St. Joseph’s College and Guadalupe College, all in California. In more recent years, he has lectured on investments at the University of Notre Dame and Georgetown University. His own academic background includes a B.A. in economics from Boston College, an M.B.A. from the University of Santa Clara, studies at the Stanford Law School and additional post-graduate work at the University of San Francisco. Over the years Tom has been interviewed on CNBC and frequently on local business TV shows. Similarly he has been interviewed and written about by such national publications as The Wall Street Journal, Barron’s and Investor's Business Daily as well as local papers throughout the country. Away from his desk, Tom enjoys his all too infrequent time on the golf course. In earlier years he ran two dozen marathons or ultra-marathons including the Boston Marathon and the New York City Marathon three times each. The highlight of his competitive career was winning a relatively small field marathon in Carpinteria, California.
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Jeff began his career in 1990 as an equity analyst at Value Line and later Salomon Brothers where he covered the retail sector. Jeff subsequently moved to the credit markets in 1995 when he joined Tokai Bank as a credit officer reviewing leveraged loans across a number of different industries, including retail, telecom, as well as oil/gas and chemicals. In 1998 Jeff moved to McMahan Securities as the firm’s technology analyst. Working with the firm’s convertible arbitrage clients, Jeffrey followed the semiconductors, the semiconductor equipment manufacturers as well as the software space. Jeff’s work was well regarded in the industry having been twice named to Institutional Investors Best of the Boutiques in Convertible Research.
In 2005 Jeff moved to the world of High Yield/Distressed Debt/Special Situations research with firms including J. Giordano Securities, Oscar Gruss & Son as well as Xtract Research. Most recently, Jeff was chief market strategist with the investment banking firm of Midtown partners (2013-2014).
Jeffrey founded late Street economics at the beginning of 2015 with the stated mission of providing capital markets and economic analysis from the top down macro perspective. His experience across the entire capital structure is well as the insight developed over several business cycles provides a unique perspective for investors of all stripes.
Overworked and underpaid university maths teacher.
The outrageous low volatility (VIXtermination) since 2013 tells me that people are convinced that the Fed has their backs despite all the turmoil in the world.
Looking forward to the end of the Fed punchbowl and a return to markets based on fundamentals.
I currently work as an analyst for a financial company doing reporting for derivatives. I studied economics in school and previous jobs include insurance and equity trading. I have experience trading equities, options, forex, and futures. At the insurance job I held a casualty license and handled auto claims.