Mandeep Rai

| Senior Analyst

Ratings Specialist Mandeep Rai received his economics degree from the University of Albany and master’s degree at the University of Florida’s Warrington/Hough School of Business.

He spent six years on the NYSE trading floor, and worked in private equity valuations for General Electric’s Energy Financial Services and as a lead analyst for a $2 billion early stage venture capital seed fund. He holds his Chartered Financial Analyst certification.

Today, Mandeep mines the vast Weiss database of financial data and ratings to formulate investment and trading strategies for stocks, ETFs, cryptocurrencies and fixed-income investments.

Mandeep contributes to several Weiss publications, including Weekend Windfalls, Heat Maps and the All-Weather Portfolio.

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Tech stocks may have caught a breather last week, and the S&P 500 may have dipped. But investors didn’t miss a beat. They were busy flooding the stock market with new capital! As of last...
Let me come out and say right up front that I don’t usually cheer when stocks go down. After all, I am personally invested and generally become richer when markets go up. But there are times...
Behavioral finance may sound like a dry topic. But I can assure you it isn’t, at least when it comes to the investment markets. If you can identify the biases, mistakes, and irrational decisions...
Small cap stocks were the biggest winner in the post-election market run-up. They were a no brainer, given the fact they derive less of their sales outside the U.S., and were the prime potential...
Markets move in patterns and they do so based on triggers. If you understand those patterns and their market implications (whether positive, negative, or indifferent), it allows you to figure out...
This weekend saw a global hack attack that targeted more than 200,000 victims in over 150 countries. That included corporations like Renault which were forced to close down for the day, with the...
After the election, small cap stocks rallied the most — and for good reason. They are a pure play on American growth as most small caps have limited, if any, exposure to international sales. Plus,...
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