Jacob Gottlieb – Astute Investor with a knack for Success

Jacob Gottlieb is an investor and analyst with a drive for success. He heads the Visium Asset management LLC in his role as Chief Investment Officer and Managing Partner. Jacob Gottlieb has many years of experience in investments and trading. He led the transformation of his firm. He ensured that Visium had top-rated management executives at the helm, who were as committed to the success of his company as Gottlieb himself.

Jacob Gottlieb’s education was a unique combination of medical and financial training. Brooklyn is the birthplace of Jacob Gottlieb. Somewhere during the 1960s, Gottlieb and his family, consisting of his mother, father, and brothers, entered America. He graduated with honors in Economics from Brown University, located in Rhode Island. He then went on to study medicine at New York University Medical School. His dual influences of medicine and economics result from his parent’s careers. His mother practices as a pediatrician, while his father has a job as an economist. However, his chief interest lay in the world of investment. Jacob Gottlieb has had an interest in stock trading since childhood. His father recognized his latent potential as a smart investor early in life and encouraged him to hone his talent.

Jacob Gottlieb established himself as an expert investor and developed his career in finances. The Association for Investment Management and Research conferred him with the prestigious Chartered Financial Analyst in 2001. He created a company called Visium Asset Management LLC in 2005. Jacob Gottlieb had an extraordinary vision for Visium and transformed it into a hedge fund that was as competent and successful as others. Jacob Gottlieb has also served as Portfolio Manager at Merlin Financial and a co-creator of Balyasny Asset Management in the past. He has also held the post of the buy-side strategic planner at Sanford C. Bernstein.

Jacob Gottleib

Jacob Gottlieb supports and contributes to Covenant House. It is a non-profit organization that assists children and adolescents who are homeless. It provides shelter to such individuals as well as helps them establish a career for themselves so that they are independent. Covenant House also rescues children from the crime of human trade. It provides shelter, support, and advocacy to such children who are helpless and in severe need of help. Jacob Gottlieb’s philanthropic efforts extend to other organizations such as Math for America (MFA) that support mathematics and science teaching initiatives and Robin Hood society that fights against poverty, as well.