Ben Maher, Chief Investment Officer In September of 2008, Ben began directly managing his capital. Through December 2013, Ben has produced a cumulative return of 1353%, an average monthly return of 21% and an annualized return of 257% for Maher Capital Markets Investments. Ben’s applied background includes 20 years of business, finance, management and entrepreneurial experience. He has managed money, directed divisions, lead organizations and founded companies. His academic background includes an MBA from Columbia University and London Business School and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Southern Methodist University. Ben's undergraduate studies laid the foundation for his post graduate work, that produced his behavioral and fundamental market theories. His underwriting strategies include macro, fundamental, strategic, tactical and technical assessments, and he believes exposure to the top global financial centers have provided an added dimension when considering an opportunity. In January of 2009, Ben started Litchfield Holdings (a family office), and added private equity investing to the firms focus. Business fundamentals and probability metrics are core to Litchfield's "PE" investing and underwriting strategy. Ben’s value is derived from an ability to see the big investment picture, while also aggregating details pertinent to profitable outcomes. Through observation and investigation of relevant facts/drivers and appropriate distillation of useless market noise he has be able to create substantive value for the firm. Specialties: Capital Markets, Fund and Investment Management, Private Equity, Venture Capital, Entrepreneurship
I'm a final year undergraduate student at the University of Warwick and I have interests in Quantitative Financial Modeling, computer programming, pure and applied mathematics, statistics and financial trading.
I have been working on a quant model which provides forecasts for stock prices on a daily basis. Check out my blog as I will regularly put up forecasts for stocks I like!
All information provided herein and in all further posts is to be used for educational purposes only and not to be considered as advice or recommendation of any sort. I cannot guarantee the accuracy of the forecasts I put up as the method I am using is still under development and testing. Consequently you should not base your investment decisions on these forecasts, and I will not be held liable for any losses incurred as a result of using these forecasts.