Tim Hesselsweet is a numerate investor whose foundational approach is that statistical analysis must be grounded in financial and economic intuition. His interest in capital markets ranges from startups and venture capital to pattern recognition and quantitative trading across multiple asset classes.Expand

Hesselsweet's quant skills were honed studying math at the University of Texas and statistics at Columbia University and further refined in portfolio and risk management positions at several hedge funds. He resides with his family in Darien, CT and is embarking on a new journey this year as a Cub Scout den leader.Collapse

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