Tyrik Torres

Tyrik Torres

Expertise: Technology Equities, Fundamental Analysis, Financial Modeling

Education: BA, Political Economy, Sarah Lawrence College

Awards & Accomplishments: Doug-Paul Scholarship at Credit Suisse

Tyrik Torres is a freelance contributor at InvestorPlace.com, sharing his thoughts and recommendations on how investors should best position themselves in the current equity market environment.

Tyrik serves as a research analyst at Prince Capital, a L/S hedge fund where he is responsible for conducting financial analysis, studying market research, and putting together investment memoranda on potential equity investments. Prior to his time at Prince Capital, Tyrik worked as an Investment Associate for Star Strong Capital where he was responsible for conducting financial analysis and due diligence on early and lower middle market direct lending opportunities. He joined Star Strong Capital from Credit Suisse’s Investment Banking Technology Group, where he served as an analyst assisting on a variety of debt capital markets, equity capital markets and M&A transactions, ranging from $100M to $2B in transaction value, across various technology industry verticals.

Tyrik holds a BA in Political Economy from Sarah Lawrence College.

Recent Articles

The 3 Best Stocks to Watch Now: June 2024

A summer rally may be upon us as retail investors pour back into the market, and these are the 3 best stocks to watch.

The 3 Best Quantum Computing Stocks to Buy in June 2024

Stocks linked to AI are receiving all the attention, but quantum computing stocks are likely to be next in line for a significant rally.

Palantir Stock Analysis: 3 Reasons to Pause Before Taking the PLTR Plunge

In 2023, PLTR seemed unstoppable, but skepticism resting on the data analytics firm's AI Platform and frothy valuation have been headwinds.

EV Expeditioners: 3 Stocks Leading the Charge to Uncharted Territories

While the electric vehicle market may be reeling from high interest rates and inflation, several EV makers have remained innovative.

Contrarian Crusaders: 3 Stocks Championing the Cause of Unconventional Gains

Not every successful stock in the market has to be a household name or a major player in artificial intelligence.