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
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