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Meet the PowerFeed Team
Pete Carmasino is our chief market strategist at Chaikin Analytics. He has more than 25 years in the financial-services industry. Pete's years of knowledge in many different strategies help thousands of our subscribers to decipher the markets... His ability to take complex concepts and break them down into digestible information is a true asset.
Prior to joining Chaikin Analytics, Pete owned and operated a registered investment advisory ("RIA") firm where he managed his clients' portfolios using his proprietary methodologies. And he spent the bulk of his career as a portfolio manager for high-net-worth families, individuals, and institutions.
Pete brings portfolio-management experience to Chaikin Analytics from some of the largest names in finance – including Prudential Securities, Lehman Brothers, Wachovia Securities, and PNC Investments.
Marc Gerstein, the director of research at Chaikin Analytics, is an unconventional "quant."
He has long specialized in rules- and factor-based equity-investing strategies. And he authored two books on stock screening – Screening the Market and The Value Connection.
Marc met company founder Marc Chaikin in 2010 and eventually assisted in developing our proprietary "Power Gauge" system. He eventually joined the Chaikin Analytics team in 2018.
Marc's quant inclinations trace back to his early days as an attorney (mainly criminal and landlord-tenant proceedings). In that world, everything Marc did had to be supported by evidence or legal authority.
He first applied this evidence-oriented approach at Value Line, an independent investment-research firm that he joined in 1980. There, he learned to relate human investment stories to that company's "Timeliness" ranking system.
Before coming to Chaikin, Marc used screens to create and write The Reuters Value Review and The Reuters Growth Review in the mid-2000s, and The Forbes Low-Priced Stock Report from 2010 to 2015.
During the mid-1980s, Marc managed the Value Line Aggressive Income Trust. That's a high-yield ("junk") bond open-end mutual fund. He steered the fund through the Drexel Burnham scandals and the related junk-bond storms. He came away from that experience with a non-academic but highly reality-based understanding of risk.
Briton Hill joins Chaikin Analytics after some incredible early career successes...
Brit's love of finance began when he noticed his father's coin collection as a child. After that, he spent years collecting silver coins.
As Brit reached his teens, his father gave him a subscription to a gold- and silver-focused financial newsletter. And with the advice of a season professional, he managed to cash out his coins at silver's peak in 2011.
With some money in his pocket and a growing passion for investing, Brit turned to the stock market. Thanks to his early success as an investor, he soon landed a job at Fidelity Investments as one of the youngest traders in the company's history.
Brit is an intuitively adept options trader. While at Fidelity, he helped countless mom and pop investors make and execute their own trading decisions.
After that, Brit joined sides with the newsletter guru who led him to his early successes. Together, they founded Weber Global Management.
As the president and a partner of Weber Global Management, Brit oversaw a period of incredible growth at the firm. Its assets under management climbed from $17 million to more than $150 million.
And most impressive of all... it happened in less than three years.
During that time, Brit wore all sorts of hats for the company. He trained new advisers, handled securities compliance matters, and of course, oversaw the firm's trades.
Brit's success as a wealth manager led to the launch of a successful hedge fund. It produced positive returns in 2022, which is widely regarded as one of the worst markets in history.
Now, Brit will share his insights and strategies with our Chaikin Analytics readers. And you'll get to see firsthand how he applies his unique perspective to wealth management.
Karina Kovalcik is a new rising star in quantitative finance. She joined Chaikin Analytics in 2018 after receiving her degree in economics at Yale University. In school, Karina studied under Nobel Prize winners Robert Shiller and William Nordhaus.
Karina uniquely combines her analytical and technical perspectives to find high-impact investment ideas. She specializes in applying pattern recognition to the technical-analysis tools presented in the Chaikin Analytics platform.
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