Masters In Business: Gina Martin Adams Of Wells Fargo

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Masters In Business: Gina Martin Adams Of Wells Fargo
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This week on Masters in Business I sit down with Gina Martin Adams, where she is a Managing Director and the Institutional Equity Strategist for Wells Fargo Securities, LLC based in New York, NY.

Via Barry Ritholtz

She is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and Chartered Market Technician (CMT), and has been named to Institutional Investors’ All-America Research team.  She has B.S. in Business Administration with concentrations in Finance and Marketing from the University of Florida. Presently she is a member of the Technicians Association, the American Association of Professional Technical Analysts, and the Financial Women’s Association.

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Adams moved as an economist up until 2007, when she moved into the equity side. This was shortly before the financial crisis hit Wall Street, and she tells many interesting stories of Wachovia being scooped up by Wells Fargo (snatched away from Citi) int he midst of the crisis.

Masters In Business: Gina Martin Adams Of Wells Fargo

 

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