Brandon is a senior in the Gabelli School of Business at Fordham University. He actively invests on his own personal time, utilizing contrarian strategies. He is an incoming S&T analyst at a BB next summer.
Brandon is originally from Los Angeles, California where he studied at Loyola High School.
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From a young age, the financial world captured my interest, so when most people were running around outside, I was inside struggling to understand the latest stock recommendation in Barron's. As an undergraduate student pursuing a career in finance, I now get to pursue this passion every day.
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MBA Candidate, Class of 2018, at the Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University. Park Leadership Fellow, Consortium Member, Army Veteran. Interest in Tech and Finance. Focus on Long-Term investing. Twitter: https://twitter.com/gbout3
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Simple qualitative analysis is a key component of every investment thesis. I am particularly good at keeping it simple and to the point. My analysis focuses on finding undervalued opportunity in growth industries. I am a long term investor working to buy great companies with a great story at a great price.