Luke Lango

Luke Lango

Luke Lango is a growth-focused equities investor and analyst.

He is the founder of a San Diego-based boutique investment fund — L&F Capital Management, LLC — which overlays fundamental analysis with behavioral economics to identify long-term growth investments at early stages. Luke is also a Markets Analyst for InvestorPlace, where he synthesizes and communicates actionable investment ideas to the general public, and has consistently been recognized as one of the best stock pickers in the world.

Concurrent to investing, Luke actively explores opportunities in the venture capital world. He is currently involved with Fantastic, a venture-backed social discovery company aimed at connecting consumers to experiences.

Luke graduated from the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) with a degree in Applied Mathematics & Economics. A former college basketball player, Luke’s passion for applying math to stocks began with a passion for applying math to sports, and he previously worked at Scoutables, designing cash flow management models for professional sports organizations based on player injury and performance data.

Recent Articles

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