Jeffrey Miller has been researching and investing in the markets for over 20 years. He manages a long/short private investment fund when not writing pithy articles for Stockresearch.net. He was recognized as one of the “20 Rising Stars of Mutual Funds” in Institutional Investor’s January 2008 issue, was named a "Category King" for Large Cap Value Funds by the Wall Street Journal for 5 straight months in 2008, and a fund he co-managed was named Number 1 in its peer group, the Large-Cap Value Funds category, as tracked by Lipper, a Reuters Company, for the three-year and ten-year periods ended July 31, 2010. Mr. Miller is a Partner at Eight Bridges Capital Management. Prior to that, he was Senior Vice President and head of Value Investments at Calamos Advisors. From 2008 to 2012, Mr. Miller was President of American Independence Capital Management. From 1997 to 2008, Mr. Miller was co-Founder and co-Chief Investment Officer of Miller & Jacobs Capital, LLC (MJC). MJC managed Acadia Fund I, LP and Cerulean Partners, Ltd., along with related master-feeder funds, as well as separate accounts. At various times during his tenure, funds managed by MJC were ranked in the top 5 in their category by Barclay’s Marhedge. The Acadia Fund I, LP posted the #2 performance in the United States by an equity hedge fund in 1997. Previously Mr. Miller was Vice President of Equity Research at Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, Inc. Mr. Miller was instrumental in developing valuation models for KBW’s recommended list, and was also a key proponent of focusing on capital management for banks and thrifts as a primary driver of shareholder value creation. While at KBW he was responsible for approximately 1/3 of the firm’s equity research coverage. Mr. Miller earned his Masters of Business Administration with Distinction from Cornell University. He also earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in History with Distinction from Cornell, where he was a member of the Track and Field Team. He is the co-Founder and Treasurer of the Board of Directors of The Maasai Wilderness Conservation Trust (www.maasaitrust.org), and was Treasurer and executive board member of the Good Hope School in St. Croix from 2007 to 2009. He is currently the Treasurer of the Contemporary Art Council at the Portland Art Museum.