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What the NYT actually quoted was a series in one of three characters I’d written to the plank and the house newspaper. The words were about the poor profits in the pension finance, and the need for the finance to articulate and disclose its investment process and strategy, as well as concerns over the management, governance, and transparency.

The quote in the NYT was specifically about one of both trustees of the pension, George Haywood, a previous Lehman partner who’d begun his own investment mgmt firm many years back. He was also a house member who since the 1990’s managed the pension as part of his work shift (all associates of the coop have to work 2 hours, 45 minutes / month). Under his mom, returns were underwhelming. I thought it might be fun to include links to the full letters and where suitable call out portions that are relevant and important to traders in general.

I conclude as well with an individual letter I composed to George Haywood’s lawyer, Gary M., with the expectation that he’d it along forward. LETTER 2, September 29, 2016. At this point, a small but loud faction is pressing the pension to visit all passive. Obviously, that’s viewed as “wiser” these days.

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I was just requesting someone please articulate investment strategy. This is the full letter. I quit writing characters to the board Then. But I wrote one last letter to George Haywood via his lawyer Gary M. whose name & address I found on his SEC filings. I was informed it was forwarded along.

I wanted to meet him. He’s not the typical coop member. I got a feeling that George didn’t really know what was taking place, which the other trustee stubbornly wasn’t requesting his help. The genesis of this notice is that people are both known people of the Recreation area Slope Food Coop. I realize this is a tenuous – perhaps absurd – connection for an introduction but it additionally the basis for the greater critical information described below. Last November I started my very own investment management firm, Long Cast Advisers, making concentrated investments in well-explored small / micro-cap securities.

We apply the same fundamental evaluation I used while doing work for 15 years as a sell-aspect analyst. 25%. We are to a good start off. I would like an introduction to require his advice and counsel on building an investment management firm. I have always found it helpful – and an enormous privilege – talking with experts like him who’ve experience and success in areas that interest and engage me.