Saul grew up in Argentina and moved to the U.S.A. in 1985 with his family. His career in investments began independently in 1987. In early 1991, he was hired by Shearson Lehman Brothers. In 2000, he joined Morgan Stanley Private Wealth Management. Later, in 2003, he joined EFG Capital International.
Finally, in 2008, Saul founded his own firm, Greenwich Creek Capital Management, with two ideas in mind: (1) transparency with clients and (2) a focus on further developing his proprietary investment process. This process includes both quantitative and qualitative aspects. In other words, a systematic component and the human factor capable of dealing with irrational market behavior, respectively.
His portfolio management style is dynamic. It focuses on both making and protecting money. The proprietary investment process we apply as a firm has taken Saul over 15 years to develop. The core is to invest in sync with the financial cycle. He named his investment process The Financial Cycle Portfolio.
The content he writes aims to communicate his thought process as an investment adviser. Saul’s goal is to effectively breed trust and peace-of-mind between himself and all the firm’s clients. He firmly believes all clients should be informed of the reasoning behind the investment decisions made for their accounts. Staying informed fosters transparency in an industry plagued with conflicts of interest and questionable ethics.
Saul is married to his wife of over 41 years. They have three children and eight grandchildren. He lives in Connecticut and for leisure, he enjoys reading, sailing, chopping firewood, watching rugby, and blasting classical music.
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