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 has been a regular contributor to Real Money since 2021, specializing in market sector coverage.
Ginesin graduated from Cornell University in 1992 with a degree in Applied Econ & Business Mgmt. He is a value investor who follows fundamental analysis. He avoids momentum stocks and hype favoring a long-term investing strategy.
Ginesin is the author of The Trading Desk, a Wall Street inspired novel published in 2021. In addition to being a long-term investor, he is also a long distance runner who is currently training for his fifth marathon.
Recent Articles By The Author
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