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Matthew Bradbard is a principal owner of Focus Alternative Funds Management, LLC, and also serves as a Director at RCM Alternatives & AP at Attain Portfolio Advisors.
Matthew began his career in the commodities business as an advisor to clients on asset allocation and buy/sell decisions. Matthew has devised, implemented and executed trading strategies for several firms since entering the commodity business in 2001. Matthew has also managed his own global macro CTA that traded numerous futures and options strategies and operated his own Introducing Broker for 5 years. A prolific commentator, Matthew has published subject-specific articles, market commentaries, and Managed Futures educational pieces for the last decade. Matthew is frequently interviewed for his opinion on commodities and current events as they relate to commodities and their role in an investor’s portfolios. Matthew holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance from Northeastern University, and also studied at the University of Sydney.
Daniel, who holds a BA from Tufts University, an MA from New York University, and an MBA from The Kelley School of Business at Indiana University, was most recently an associate covering health care services at Collins Stewart LLC in NYC and before that, at FTN Equity Capital Markets in Boston. Previously, he was founder of Ceviche Fund Partners LP and also held full-time or internship positions at Maxim Group LLC, Oppenheimer & Co, and Wellington Management Company LLP before joining the sell-side.
He is a CFA Level 2, CAIA Level 2, and CMT Level 1 candidate and his opinions have appeared on CNBC, TheStreet.com, and Yahoo! Finance.