“A passion for working in financial markets combined with paying careful attention to details is what makes me good at what I do”
Doug Pease is a Trader and Portfolio Manager at Carnegie Investment Counsel. Doug coordinates all trading activities for the firm. He is also responsible for collecting critical research necessary to make informed and well thought out decisions.
Before joining Carnegie, Doug resided in Chicago and worked as a Research Associate for a Senior Research Analyst at Prudential Securities covering Capital Goods-Heavy Machinery. Afterwards, he became an Associate Research Analyst for an ex-managing director of Salomon Smith Barney who opened her boutique equity research company covering the Steel Industry.
Doug is a member of the Carnegie Investment Committee. He is a board member of The Art House Inc. whose mission is to inspire exploration and expression through the visual arts.
He earned his Bachelor of Science in Finance from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 1999 and went to University School in Cleveland. He resides in Cleveland and participates in various associations and non-profits to help continue the revival of Cleveland.
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