Bristol Investment Partners
Mr. Reik is Founder and Managing Member of Bristol Investment Partners, and serves as Chief Investment Officer and Portfolio Manager to all Bristol customer accounts. Mr. Reik is a renowned expert on gold markets and monetary policy, including policies and actions of global central banks, global conditions for money and credit, and factors affecting supply/demand conditions for gold bullion.
Mr. Reik has dedicated the past twelve years to comprehensive analysis of publicly traded gold-mining companies, developing significant perspective on their intrinsic values under a wide range of market conditions.
From January 2006 through November 2008, Mr. Reik served as Strategist to Apogee Gold Fund, LLC and Apogee International Gold Fund, Ltd. Additionally, Mr. Reik served as Chief Economic Officer of Apogee Global Advisors, Inc. Mr. Reik’s investment-related activities included macroeconomic research and formulation of internal forecasts for gold bullion.
Mr. Reik was the founder and portfolio manager of Clapboard Hill Partners, L.P., launched February 2002. Clapboard was a long/short equity partnership focused primarily on precious metal equities and financials. Clapboard Hill Partners merged into Apogee Gold Fund in the first quarter of 2006.
Mr. Reik served as Senior Managing Director of Carret Securities, LLC (2000-2006) and held investment positions at Prudential Securities (1996-2000), Smith Barney, Inc. (1993-1996), William D. Witter, Inc. (1991-1993), Mitchell Hutchins Asset Management, Inc. (1984-1991), and Security Pacific National Bank (1982-1984). Mr. Reik has 30 years of investment experience. Mr. Reik graduated from Pomona College in 1982 with a B.A. in Economics.
- October 2013
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- Fall 2013 - Oct. 22
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