Jay Somaney is the founder and fund manager with TSG Capital Partners, a hedge fund holding/family office investment company based in Plano, Texas and Bombay, India and is also the founder of several websites that focus on technology and Indian stocks (including ADRs), providing information, news and chatter. (jaysomaney.com) Previously, Somaney worked at TSG Tech Fund, a hedge fund focused on the shares of companies involved in the Internet and related technology. Expand

Prior to that, Somaney worked on the sell side as a tech and telecom analyst. Before that, he was a fund manager and partner with SMS International, a hedge fund specializing in tech investments in the Far East (non-Japan). Somaney holds a Master's in Business Administration from the University of Texas.Collapse

After the Netflix blowout quarter, tech has a high bar to hurdle.
| Jan 20, 2017
| 9:53 AM EST
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