David S Kreinces

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David S Kreinces
David S Kreinces
Research Analyst, Author, Founder of ETF Portfolio Management

David Kreinces has over 25 years of diverse experience in multiple-asset classes and investment disciplines, and he is the author of “Investable Benchmarks: A Guide to ETFs, Technology and Leverage.” Prior to launching ETF PM in 2007, David was a PIA Portfolio Manager in the Merrill Lynch Global Private Client Group where he specialized in absolute return strategies using Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs).

David also formerly worked as a long-short portfolio manager focusing on the technology sector during the Internet bubble, giving him valuable experience in managing extreme market volatility.

In the late 1990s, David was an institutional research analyst for Bear Stearns in New York. During his tenure with the high-yield bond department, David was instrumental in making his team the top-ranked research group in the Broadcasting and Media sector. Prior to Bear Stearns, David gained extensive experience in commercial real estate analysis as a consultant with leading firms in Atlanta, including CB Commercial.

David has been quoted by the Associated Press, Chicago Tribune, CNBC, CNN Money, Financial Times, Fox Business Network, Hedgeweek, IndexUniverse, New York Times, Pension & Investments, Reuters, Ventura County Star, and the Wall Street Journal.

David is originally from Long Island, NY. He received a B.B.A. in Accounting from Emory University and an M.S. in Real Estate from Georgia State University. In addition to systematic investing, he is also passionate about research, nutrition, gardening, and community service.

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Investable Benchmarks with David Kreinces
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Successful portfolio management requires strategic diversification, a competitive advantage, and strict risk control.

ETF Portfolio Management's Team has been quoted on CNBC, CNN Money, Fox Business, P&I, New York TImes and the Wall Street Journal.