After graduating cum laude with a BA in economics from Harvard, I worked in hedge funds and investment banking for ~6 years before leaving to manage my own money full time. I am a CFA charterholder and focus mostly on microcaps / event-oriented trades as that is where I think the market tends to be least efficient. I also started a website to track interesting arbitrage opportunities for individual investors (link below) - check it out!
Current MBA student with capital markets experience working toward CFA. 5 years of investing experience following event driven and deep value opportunities. Always on the lookout for high upside and limited downside, under-followed equities.
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Let's see, Veteran (Vietnam era), Commercial Artist, picture framer, industrial engineer & corporate executive (once upon a time), small business owner and operator, Ayn Rand fan, Libertarian (and no, its not a synonym for "Republican" or "Conservative"), and history buff. Serious investor, I need to earn money from my assets, and I'm of the age where I pull money out to help put food on the table. I like to fish, but just as with my investing, I am a "meat fisherman", I only kill what I plan to consume.
Eclectic, long-term oriented investor with a background in telecom, media, insurance (health, life, P&C) and business services companies. Seeking to compound capital at above average rates for an extended period of time. Eager to connect and share views with like-minded investors.
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