Phone: 203-292-3681 Email: Emanuel.email@example.com
Emanuel is Managing Director of Balarie Capital Management, the managed futures division of Archer Financial Services, Inc. Emanuel works with institutional and high net worth investors regarding their managed futures investments. After graduating U.C. Berkeley, Emanuel started his career working for Merrill Lynch, San Francisco. After working for several other firms, ranging from dealing with commodity stocks to futures to alternative investments, Emanuel decided to combine his expertise and industry experience with the financial integrity and resources of Archer Financial Services, Inc.
Throughout his career, Emanuel has been a highly regarded advisor to clients and institutions on the commodity markets and managed futures. His research has been published all over the world, and he often speaks at national and international investment conferences. Balarie has appeared numerous times on CNBC, and is frequently quoted in dozens of financial publications such as, The Wall Street Journal, Reuters, Marketwatch from Dow Jones, Barron’s, MSN Money, and Bloomberg.
Mr. Balarie is also the author of a highly acclaimed book, Commodities for Every Portfolio: How You Can Profit From the Long-Term Commodity Boom (Wiley 2007).
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