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Hudson Cashdan

Hudson CashdanHudson Cashdan Analyst for IPO Speculator

With an investment career spanning across seed capital to venture to mid-market private equity and, eventually, on to public markets — Hudson Cashdan likes to think of himself as a financial renaissance man.

His financial fire was set ablaze the moment he set foot in his first economics class in college. He’d always been fascinated by the interaction of policy and markets.

He graduated college in 2000 with an Economics degree — right at the tail end of the dot-com bubble — which was also the tail end of the electronic trading disruption.

E-trading democratized access to the markets. It allowed more firms to access the markets from right where they stood.

So, in 2001, he started his career on Wall Street. He jumped in headfirst as part of a proprietary trading desk with World Co. and later Carlin Equities.

He had all of his skin in the game. He worked both nights and weekends at a pizzeria, went to grad school at New York University twice a week, put down his own capital and learned tough yet valuable lessons on how to manage risks.

From there, he was recruited to work as a junior equity analyst for a small international long-short hedge fund firm called Reach Capital Management.

In his six-year tenure at Reach, he grew the fund from a mere few-hundred million into a $3.5 billion AUM business. In 2007, his fund was recognized by Barron’s as one of the top 50 hedge funds.

Within three years, he’d moved up in the ranks as a senior analyst and portfolio manager, leading the Asia and Emerging Markets portion of his global fund.

After nearly a decade in the money management business, he’d become disillusioned by Wall Street’s misaligned incentives.

With a bird’s eye view into the inner workings of capital markets, he saw how warped incentives at major institutions created risks that ended up being born by the taxpayers. So, he left.

He turned his back on Wall Street for good. And, instead, he spent two years in a middle-market private equity advisory called Glenwood Capital. There, he helped entrepreneurs — many family-owned businesses — grow their companies, and quickly noticed the chasm between public and private equity.

Where investors in public companies deal with professional managers, middle-market private equity clients and targets are often entrepreneurs with decades of their sweat, pride and much of their family wealth tied to their business.

In his personal investing, he also began putting capital into seed-stage companies, where he applied the same lessons he gathered from public markets and private equity in helping them structure their strategic businesses and financial plans.

Those entrepreneurs taught him the grit and determination that it takes to spin an idea into both a sustainable and incredibly profitable business.

He’s thrilled to work alongside Wall Street legend Paul Mampilly to help Main Street investors make money in the initial public offering market, as an analyst for IPO Speculator.

Hudson Cashdan Articles

active investing like Michael Jordan Turn $100 Into $100,000 by Active Investing Like a Pro September 5, 2019 Bold Profits Daily, Trading Strategies - “Passive investors” — who buy index funds that track the overall market — make up about half of all investors today. But “active investing” is far more lucrative, leading to double-, triple- and even quadruple-digit gains. Here’s how to be an active investor, plus an investment tool that will let you beat the market 2-to-1 or more.
WeWork and shared workspaces 2 Stocks for Investing in the Coworking Revolution August 22, 2019 Bold Profits Daily, Real Estate, Trending - Conventional office workspaces are going the way of the fax machine, as the growth in shared coworking spaces heats up. In fact, the use of coworking offices is up 1,000% in the past decade — and on track to rocket higher. Here are two surefire ways to buy into the trend.
Millennial money spending is changing the economy Pocket 24% Profits From This Millennial Money Mega Trend August 8, 2019 Bold Profits Daily, Investment Opportunities, Trending - Millennials are remaking the U.S. economy and many consumer-service industries, with a massive buying power that exceeds the baby boomers and other generations. Here’s a surefire way to buy into the trend — an investment tool that is already up more than 24% this year alone.
Winning Health Care Stocks to Profit from AI Upgrade July 26, 2019 Bold Profits Daily, Investment Opportunities, Technology - (4-minute read) There are major advances on the horizon that will disrupt the status quo of the medical industry’s operations. And we’re about to see an industrial revolution in health care.
The 4 Best Ways to Invest in the Prefab Housing Boom July 12, 2019 Bold Profits Daily, Investment Opportunities, Real Estate - The housing market is setting up for a new, millennial-driven boom. One prefab housing leader is disrupting old-world industries with new, cutting-edge technologies. And today, I reveal four ways to tap into this industry for big gains.
Tech companies are changing the nature of work, allowing workers to work from anywhere and for anyone. It’s called the gig economy, and investors who back the firms driving it stand to gain. Enormous Tech Opportunities in the New Gig Economy June 28, 2019 Bold Profits Daily, Economy, Technology - Tech companies are changing the nature of work, allowing workers to work from anywhere and for anyone. It’s called the gig economy, and investors who back the firms driving it stand to gain.
Slack’s IPO Kicks off the Future of Work June 21, 2019 Bold Profits Daily, Investing, Technology - We’re betting on tech companies such as Slack changing the nature of work with our Future of Work mega trend.



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