General Investing >> Money Manager Interviews >> October 19, 2012
Inefficiencies in Small-Cap Stocks Point to Investment Opportunities
Greg Roeder founded Adirondack Research & Management, Inc., in 2004, and currently, serves as head of its research department and as Co-Portfolio Manager of the Adirondack Small Cap Fund. Before founding Adirondack Research & Management, he served 18 years in various capacities within the financial services industry. His experience includes Analyst/Portfolio Manager for Eddy & Wakefield, Equity Research Analyst for C. L. King and Associates, Inc., and assorted roles within KeyCorp’s credit/risk management groups. Mr. Roeder graduated from the State University of New York at Plattsburgh with a bachelor’s degree in economics and Hofstra University with a master’s degree in finance. He has been a holder of the Chartered Financial Analyst designation since 2002. As Co-Manager of the Adirondack Small Cap Mutual Fund, Mr. Roeder was recognized in 2011 by Lipper Inc. for managing the best small-cap value fund in the U.S. for the three-year period from 2008 to 2010. Profile
TWST: Please tell us about Adirondack Research & Management.
Mr. Roeder: Matt Reiner and Iformed Adirondack Research & Management in 2005 to advise the Adirondack Small