Thomas Kurlak

Before retiring in December, 2000, Tom Kurlak was head of technology stock research and manager of the technology hedge fund at Tiger Management. During his two years with Tiger, Kurlak's hedge fund substantially outperformed the S&P 500.

Prior to his association with Tiger, Kurlak spent 20 years as the senior semiconductor industry analyst for Merrill Lynch where he was named annually to the Institutional Investor Magazine All American Research Team from 1980 to 1999.

Kurlak received a master's degree in business administration from the University of Michigan, is a Chartered Financial Analyst, and is a member of the New York Society of Security Analysts and the New York Electronics Analyst Group.

Recent Articles By The Author

Chip Upturn Proves to Be an Illusion

The weakened economy has been too much for this sector to overcome.

In Chip Cycle, Keep Sight of History

It's easy to remember the rallies, but there are usually corrections along the way.

Don't Dismiss Chips Now

In this special bonus from RealMoney, Tom Kurlak advises investors to wait for the real players to report.

Don't Dismiss Chips Now

Wait for the real players to report before forming your final judgment on the industry.

Chip Correction Nearing a Bottom

After six months of hard times, this might be the best time to buy these stocks since late 2002.