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About Michael Kramer & Mott Capital Management:


Michael Kramer is the Founder of Mott Capital Management. He has over 20 years of industry experience as an analyst, trader, and an investment manager. He earned his MS in Investment Management from Pace University and a Certificate in Risk Management from New York University.


His unique investment philosophy centers on seeking investment opportunities that are influenced by everyday life activities, and by observing new trends and products that are popular, or are trending towards popularity.


Additionally, Kramer runs the Mott Capital Management actively managed long-only Thematic Growth Portfolio. The strategy was developed in August of 2014. Further, Kramer is a premium author and creator of “Reading the Markets,” an exclusive offering on Seeking Alpha’s marketplace, which discusses trends and opportunities in the markets. He is also a regular writer and contributor for, analyzing stocks and news that is helpful for everyday investors.


Kramer began his career in high-risk trading environments, trading both US and International equities for US Trust and Gilder, Gagnon, Howe & Co. His trading skills coupled with his comprehensive, financial analysis of public companies, have given him a unique perspective on investing, which stands out from analysts who simply look at top-line numbers. Additionally, he pays particular attention to finding new generational themes and trends in society and devotes a significant part of his research to global macroeconomics and central bank policies that impact financial markets.


Finally, in cooperation with Jane King, CEO of Lilamax Media and former syndicated business news journalist for places like Bloomberg and CNN, Kramer recently launched the “Reading the Markets” video segment.




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