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
Redbox Could Produce Red Ink for Portfolios If Short Squeeze Fever Abates
Shares of the DVD kiosk and streaming video company have spurted higher, but buyers are playing with fire.
Are We Headed Down the Path to Investor Apathy, Not Opportunity?
The last place to invest is in assets where valuation is difficult to ascertain.
Generac, Once a Star Amid the Pandemic, Fell. Can It Keep Shining?
Let's look at this energy company that rode several trends to gain around 1,000% and then lose half its value after the 2021 top.
As Amazon Preps Its Stock Split, Let's See If It's Past Its Prime
Let's take a close -- and critical -- look at the dogmatic bullishness for Amazon. I did, and here's what surprised me.
Here's How to Wrangle JPMorgan, the '800-Pound Gorilla' of Banking
The financial services giant just held its first investor day in three years -- let's open the vault and see what's inside.
Boston Scientific Could Be Wicked Good in This Kind of Market
Here's why this healthcare stock is a potential port in the storm for investors.
Melvin Capital's Demise Presents a Beauty of an Opportunity
The top holder in several companies, the hedge fund's abrupt liquidation has contributed to weakness.
Berkshire and Buffett Rightly Put Their Value Stamp of Approval on Citigroup
The nod from the Oracle of Omaha's company could signal that it's finally the right time to buy the banking giant.
If I Throw a Rock Into This Market Pit, I Think I Hear It Hit Bottom
Could I be wrong about the capitulation low? Indeed. Here's how to tell if I am off, and what to do if I'm right.
Home Depot, Lowe's Investors Should Check for Cracks in the Foundation
Changes in housing and spending trends could mean risks are ahead for these two homebuilders as they ready for earnings.