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Barbara provides in-depth Structural Disruption research catered specifically for institutional clients. She publishes weekly research reports identifying innovative opportunities within the space. Providing an unbiased, unconflicted perspective on the market. Subscribers get her research emailed directly to them upon publication in an easy to read, downloadable format. Additionally, all research is archived and can be easily accessed at anytime on our website.
Barbara Gray, CFA
Senior Analyst, Structural Disruption
Barbara is a former top-ranked sell-side Equity Analyst and the Founder of Brady Capital Research Inc., a leading-edge investment research firm focused on structural disruption. She is also the author of the books “Secrets of the Amazon” and “Ubernomics: How to Create Economic Abundance and Rise above the Competition”. Barbara ranked as an All-Star Analyst for four consecutive years, achieving top-three standing each year in the Business Trust Sector in the Brendan Wood annual institutional survey. She has over fifteen years of sell-side equity research experience in both Canada and the US. Her prior research experience has included broad sectoral coverage such as the North American consumer discretionary and consumer staples, North American auto and Canadian industrial products, energy, and forest products sectors. Barbara has a Bachelor of Commerce (Finance) from the University of British Columbia (1993) and earned her CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) designation in 1997.
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