As Principal and Founder, Kenny Landgraf started Kenjol Capital Management in 2001. Under Kenny’s leadership, the firm focuses on providing wealth management strategies to high net-worth clients. Kenny serves as the principal investment consultant and is the portfolio manager for several of the firm’s internal investment programs including dynamic sector rotation, high yield bond program, seasonal rotation, and dynamic international strategies. He is also a charter member of Kingdom Advisors. Kenny attended the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville on an athletic scholarship, where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree with High Honors in Business Administration. While there, he developed an interest in the wealth management field as a result of his studies and his mentor relationships with active investors. He began investing personally in the mid-80’s and became especially interested in dynamic strategies using sector funds, which are still a part of his investment strategy today.
Brad Thomas is a research analyst and he currently writes weekly for Forbes and Seeking Alpha where he maintains research on many publicly-listed REITs. In addition, Thomas is the Editor of the Forbes Real Estate Investor, a monthly subscription-based newsletter. He is on the Advisory Board of NY Residential REIT and he is a shareholder and publisher on TheMaven (MVEN).
Thomas has also been featured in Forbes Magazine, Kiplinger’s, US News & World Report, Money, NPR, Institutional Investor, GlobeStreet, CNN, Newsmax, and Fox. He is the #1 contributing analyst on Seeking Alpha in 2014, 2015, and 2016 (based on page views).
Thomas has co-authored a book, The Intelligent REIT Investor, and is the author of The Trump Factor: Unlocking The Secrets Behind The Trump Empire (available on Amazon).
Thomas received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business/Economics from Presbyterian College and he is also on the Advisory Board of the Donald J. Trump Presidential campaign.
Sy Harding founded Asset Management Research Corporation in 1988 for the purpose of providing stock market and economic research to institutions and serious investors. Harding’s engineering background, coupled with his experience in operating high-tech businesses through numerous economic cycles, made it natural that the research involves technical analysis and charting, as well as analysis of the economic fundamentals that affect markets and individual stocks.
The firm publishes its research on its website at www.StreetSmartReport.com.
Harding is frequently ranked highly in the ‘Top Ten Market Timers in the U.S.’, and is quoted frequently in the financial media.
He wrote the timely 1999 book Riding the Bear – How to Prosper in the Coming Bear Market, which accurately predicted the 2000-2002 bear market. It also introduced Sy’s remarkable Seasonal Timing Strategy, which more than doubled the performance of the S&P 500 and Nasdaq in the nine years since, without a single down year even in the serious 2000-2002 bear market.
He has a new book out ‘How to Beat the Market the Easy Way’, which reveals several new seasonal timing strategies, from short-term to long-term, which have a history of out-performing the market, while exposing investors to less than 50% of market risk.
Peter started TF Market Advisors in 2011 as a platform to trade and provide market information. The trading strategies are macro, but the direction and value decisions are based on insights into the credit markets. The firm’s commentary has been gaining respect and Peter has become a recognized source of information on the developments in Europe in particular, but has also been very involved in recommendations on the banking industry and high yield bonds. He has appeared numerous times on Bloomberg TV and radio, and has been quoted in articles in the Wall Street Journal, the Associated Press, and Fox Business News. Many top hedge funds, money managers, and asset allocators have asked to be included on the distribution list.
Peter was a Portfolio Manager at KLS in the fall of 2008 and spring of 2009. He achieved positive performance for the period using a combination of single credit positions, well timed macro trading, and an active trading strategy that developed additional trading revenue around the core credit decisions and enhanced relationships to ensure allocations on investment grade new issues that could perform well. The returns were aided by product choice as much as specific credit decisions because the understanding of bonds, loans, and CDS, and investment grade and high yield, and single name and index, helped maximize returns or minimize downside for any level of risk.
Peter has been involved in all aspects of credit trading. He started his career with Bankers Trust in 1994 in the newly formed Credit Derivatives group. While at Bankers Trust and then Deutsche Bank, Peter ran High Yield Credit Derivatives which included cash, CDS, synthetic CDO’s, total return swaps on leveraged loans, and hybrid CLO’s. During this time he was very involved in the industry groups that developed the CDS product and that deep familiarity with the product helps when trading as the in depth knowledge can spot trading opportunities when markets are volatile or headline driven. He was hired by UBS to build out those businesses there, but over time became involved in the Credit Index Trading. He was a board member of CDS Indexco, which created the CDX suite of indices. He went on to start a successful index trading business at RBS in North America, where during 2007 and early 2008, the business went from nowhere to being profitable and a top 5 liquidity provider.
Peter received his Bachelors of Mathematics degree, Joint Honors Computer Science and Combinatorics and Optimization from the University of Waterloo, where he was a Descartes Fellow and graduated as the all-time leading scorer on the football team. He completed his MBA in Finance and Marketing at Vanderbilt University and was awarded the Matt Wiggington Leadership award for outstanding performance in finance.
David Levy serves as Portfolio Manager with Kenjol Capital Management. He is responsible for researching and analyzing investment opportunities, executing trades, and directing IPO participation on behalf of clients. In addition, David is involved in gaining new clients as well as maintaining and strengthening existing client relationships. His responsibilities also include supervising the firm’s custodial relationship with Fidelity Investments. As a Kenjol spokesperson, David has been interviewed and quoted by FoxBusinessLive, CNNMoney.com, Kiplinger’s and Bloomberg Radio on issues as diverse as 401k investing and interpreting daily market action.
Patrick T. Moore, Senior Financial Advisor and Managing Director
As a senior financial advisor, Pat is responsible for working directly with Kenjol Capital Management clients to formulate solutions, deliver services, and ensure the proper level of care necessary to meet each client’s unique needs. In his role as managing director, Pat handles the business operations for Kenjol Capital Management’s regional office in the Tulsa area.
Pat brings deep, personal advisory skills to Kenjol Capital Management with more than 25 years of experience as a consultant, people coach and private investor. His career has been marked by a common overarching theme – the passion for helping people succeed.
Pat is an ardent community advocate and volunteer. He currently serves as executive director of Good $ense, a personal finance ministry designed to help people transform financial struggles into life-changing financial health and freedom. He also has served on numerous governmental committees to promote regional economic development. Pat is intimately involved with youth baseball and softball programs. He is past president of the Washington County Youth Baseball/Softball organization. A long-time baseball and softball coach, Pat has also served as a volunteer assistant coach for Oklahoma Wesleyan University.
Pat attended Texas Tech University, receiving with Honors a Bachelor of Business Administration in Management and a master’s degree in Business Administration. While at Texas Tech, Pat was a four-year letterman and co-captain of the baseball team.
Pat is active in his church community, Grace Community Church, where he teaches adult and youth classes. His family includes his wife of 28 years, Rene and their two children – Josh, age 16 and Kasey, age 14.
Former long-time business editor of major US women's magazine and contributing editor at dozens of different "trade" and consumer publications. Author of over 3,000 print magazine articles in past 30 years.
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As Principal and Founder, Kenny Landgraf started Kenjol Capital Management in 2001. Under Kenny’s leadership, the firm focuses on providing wealth management strategies to high net-worth clients. Kenny serves as the principal investment consultant and is the portfolio manager for several of the firm’s internal investment programs including dynamic sector rotation, high yield bond program, seasonal rotation, and dynamic international strategies. He is also a charter member of Kingdom Advisors.
Kenny attended the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville on an athletic scholarship, where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree with High Honors in Business Administration. While there, he developed an interest in the wealth management field as a result of his studies and his mentor relationships with active investors. He began investing personally in the mid-80’s and became especially interested in dynamic strategies using sector funds, which are still a part of his investment strategy today.