Mandeep Rai, who has more than 13 years of investing experience, is the editor of Top Stocks Under $10.
Working at Weiss Research, Mandeep manages the portfolio of the best-valued lower-priced stocks. He researches and evaluates financial and economic themes and makes decisions on when to buy or sell specific shares for the Top Stocks Under $10 portfolio. He brings a wealth of trading, research and capital markets experience to the Weiss team.
Mandeep started his career on Wall Street working on the New York Stock Exchange Trading Floor. Since then, he has earned his Master of Business Administration (MBA) from University of Florida’s Warrington/Hough School of Business and worked as a stock and credit analyst and helped determine company valuations for private equity and venture capital firms.
He led his CFA Chartered Equity Analyst Team to the state finals with their in-depth sell-side style research, with extensive analysis on companies in the specialty retailing space. Mandeep likes new technologies and gadgets, and you can always find him searching for the next best idea and investment opportunities.
He enjoys spending time with his family, planning health fairs and volunteers making meals at local outreach organizations. Mandeep resides in Jupiter, Fla., with his wife, Charan, and twin boys.
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