James Gentile

James Gentile is a veteran equity investor with 17 years experience. Gentile's passion is deep research and disciplined trading in U.S. stocks. Most recently, he was a Co-Founder and Director of Research of Greenhouse Funds LP, a Baltimore-based investment management firm.

Prior, he was an analyst on both the buy and sell side at T. Rowe Price, Sidoti & Company, BB&T Capital Markets and Newland Capital Management. Gentile graduated from Boston College where he studied Philosophy and Finance. Residing in Westchester County, he is the proud father of three children.

Recent Articles By The Author

National Oilwell-Varco Makes a Lot of Sense for General Electric

National Oilwell-Varco Makes a Lot of Sense for General Electric

If you imagine what GE would like to look like in the future, NOV fills in a lot of that.

Is Fiber-Rich Diet Too Much for Dycom?

Telecom stock is a little too sensitive to developments in fiber deployment.

The Difference Between Trading and Investing, in 2 Stocks

The Difference Between Trading and Investing, in 2 Stocks

There are a few simple questions to ask yourself before buying any stock.

Why the Housing Trade Could Take a Breather

Why the Housing Trade Could Take a Breather

Supplier stocks have performed well, but I'm less excited about the group than I was in May.

Trimming Strong Stocks: This Might Hurt a Bit

Market's summer melt-up creates a tough decision.

GAP Could Build International Cache With Times Square Flagship

GAP Could Build International Cache With Times Square Flagship

GPS is setting up shop in Times Square, despite comps that are still on a losing streak.

Something Will Rear an Ugly Head, but Not Just Yet

Something Will Rear an Ugly Head, but Not Just Yet

This is still a time to be sanguine about.

Earnings Guidance Down, Stock Multiples High; What Gives?

Earnings Guidance Down, Stock Multiples High; What Gives?

Do earnings and lower guidance no longer matter to investors?

Harsco Shares Can Double From Here; Earnings Are Positive

Harsco Shares Can Double From Here; Earnings Are Positive

Metals and minerals had the highest operating margin in a decade.

CORRECTION: Tokyo Is the New Largest Shareholder for U.S. Equities

CORRECTION: Tokyo Is the New Largest Shareholder for U.S. Equities

The shocking truth of how the latest round of stimulus under Abenomics is being spent.