Charles Sizemore

Charles Sizemore

Charles Lewis Sizemore, CFA, is the chief investment officer of the investment firm Sizemore Capital Management.

Charles has been a repeat guest on Fox Business News, has been quoted in Barron’s Magazine and has been featured in numerous publications and well-reputed financial websites, including MarketWatch, TheStreet.com, InvestorPlace.com, MSN Money, Seeking Alpha, Stocks, Futures, and Options Magazine, The Daily Reckoning, Benzinga, Minyanville and Investment International.

He is also the co-author, along with Douglas C. Robinson, of Boom or Bust: Understanding and Profiting from a Changing Consumer Economy (iUniverse, 2008).

Charles holds a master’s degree in Finance and Accounting from the London School of Economics in the United Kingdom and a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance with an International Emphasis from Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude and as a Phi Beta Kappa scholar.

He worked alongside best-selling financial author and economic strategist Harry S. Dent, Jr. in creating original research on the effects of changing global demographics on asset returns and economic growth and was a regular contributor to the HS Dent Forecast monthly newsletter and the HS Dent Blog — one of the most widely read financial blogs in the world.

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