December 26, 2009 – The Mad Hedge Fund Trader Interviews David Gurwitz on Hedge Fund Radio

David Gurwitz sees strong markets for oil, the grains, and the Australian and Canadian dollars in 2010. He bases these views on multiple algorithm overlays on a basic Elliot Wave analysis generated by Charles Nenner Research, where he is the managing director. Among single stocks, he likes the agricultural derivative plays of Potash, (POT), Monsanto (MON), and Mosaic (MOS).The wealth of the world is still looking to reduce risk, major reasons why stock, US Treasuries, and gold will perform poorly.

David, who is also a world class concert pianist in addition to toiling as a market analyst, sees the hedge fund industry reforming and growing dramatically from here. Lock up times have shrunk from three years to one month, and due diligence is getting much tougher. The biggest mistake hedge fund traders make is mixing strategies and bailing on winners too soon.

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