Interactive Buyside is a research firm and Market Realist research partner. Click here to learn more about guest experts on Market Realist.
Interactive Buyside provides a niche community of analysts from hedge funds, research shops, and other investment institutions. Authors of the IB research reports (“IB Analysts”) have years of experience working at hedge funds, banks, and other investment-oriented institutions. IB reports contain investment recommendations and analysis on certain stocks, with catalyst-oriented timeframes for the investment thesis to play out.
The thesis behind Interactive Buyside is as follows.
The Wall Street Competitive Advantage
Individual investors have been disadvantaged too long in the investing world compared to larger firms that are in the know. Banks, hedge funds, mutual funds, and other institutional investors get continual access to:
- Important market-moving news as soon as it hits the tape
- Company CFOs, CEOs, and other contacts at the drop of the hat
- Wall Street research
- Each other! (Street rumors, upcoming catalysts, et cetera)
The typical information available to the average individual investor is from blogs, low-quality brokerage research, or other random news articles. IB’s goal is to tear down these institutional barriers and give individual investors access to compelling research opportunities.
Guest authors publishing on Market Realist from Interactive Buyside include:
Mike Winston, CFA, formed Winston Capital Partners, LP, after five years of successful event-driven investing at Millennium Partners. The fund is focused on event-driven and intrinsic value investing with an overlay of debt-based merger arbitrage. Prior to Winston Capital, Mr. Winston was an analyst and portfolio manager at Millennium Partners for five years, where he and a colleague managed a $750 million merger arbitrage and event-driven capital allocation. He was responsible for sourcing, researching, sizing, and trading.
Ms. Krandel joined Juniper as a Portfolio Manager for the Juniper Public Fund in 2011. She has 20 years of experience as a small cap portfolio manager and analyst. Ms. Krandel was a Portfolio Manager at Alpine Woods, where she managed portions of two long/short equity hedge funds. Prior to that, she was a portfolio manager from 2001 to 2009 at First New York Securities, LLC, where her experience included founding and co-managing a domestic long/short small cap hedge fund. Ms. Krandel has been engaged in public equity research and investing since 1992, starting with Fred Alger Management, followed by positions at Delaware Management and Kern Capital Management. Ms. Krandel received her BS from the Wharton School of Business and her MBA from the University of Chicago.
Stilian has six years of finance experience as a generalist across investment banking and deep value private equity. He previously worked as an associate at H.I.G. Capital’s $4.5 billion credit and special situations fund, Bayside. Stilian has also worked at Deutsche Bank. He possesses a Masters in Finance from the University of Cambridge and graduated with honors as a double BA major in Applied Math and Economics from Pomona College.