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Brad Ginesin

Brad Ginesin manages Polar Capital LP, a long/short hedge fund he founded in 2000. He’s worked on and managed several equity trading desks including Monarch Financial and WFP Management. He graduated from Cornell University in 1992 with a degree in Applied Econ & Business Mgmt. Brad is the author of The Trading Desk, a Wall Street inspired novel published in 2021.
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Cisco, Long a Steady Tech Stock, Is Under the Microscope Ahead of Earnings

Some top analysts are flashing a yellow light on the network equipment maker ahead of its quarterly report and amid tightening competition. But is caution really warranted for long-term investors?

AMC's New Drama Stars an 'APE,' Exuberant CEO, and Bonds ... AMC Bonds

Let's see how this story could unfold for investors -- and what strategy might win the happiest ending possible.

Is Beyond Meat Now an 'Impossible' Investment?

The share price has gotten a lot cheaper, but the numbers behind this veggie alternative to meat might make your stomach turn.

FAA's OK Will Propel Boeing Further, But Don't Get Aboard Just Yet

Let's walk through when it will be the best time to buy shares of this aerospace giant.

Meta Has Morphed Into a Value Stock, but It Isn't a Value

The shares of Facebook's parent could slide even more than they already have because of increased competition for eyeballs.

Activision's Microsoft Deal Discount Offers a 'Call of Duty' to Investors

Berkshire Hathaway's involvement and MoffettNathan's case are enough to consider buying in.

Investors, Locked in on Lockheed's Guidance, May Miss Their Shot

Lockheed Martin soared earlier this year and then came spinning downward following earnings, but let's see how this name could fight its way back up.

By George, Here's How Equity Investors Should Play the Almighty Dollar

For the stock market, dollar strength and Fed tightening are the same trade.

Carnival Vs. Delta: Which Is Safer Way for Investors to Travel?

Cruise companies and airlines are trading well below their pre-pandemic prices, with Delta and Carnival showing potential promise as travel returns.

Upstart Looks Like a Downer, but Should We Give It a Second Chance?

A weakened economy and bear market have exposed trouble at this artificial intelligence-driven consumer lending company.

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