Who Is Kenneth J. Gerbino?
Ken Gerbino is head of Kenneth J. Gerbino & Company, an investment management firm now in its 37th year.
The company manages private equity accounts and the Gerbino Gold Group, LLC, (GGG) a private fund that invests in precious metal mining stocks. Ken is advisor to the publically traded Precious Capital Global Metals & Mining Fund traded on the Zurich Stock Exchange.
Ken was the Founder and Chairman of the American Economic Council (AEC), a nationwide economic reform group that was credited with the passage of the United States Gold Coin Act of 1984, which established the United States Gold Eagle coin. AEC seminars included participation by Alan Greenspan, Noble Laureate F. A. Hayek and Robert Bleiberg, Editor-in-Chief of Barrons. A former member of the Senatorial Trust in Washington, D.C., Ken remains well informed on national and international economic issues.
The 1994 and 1996 editions of Nelson Publications' "America's Best Money Managers," a comprehensive survey of global investment managers, ranked Kenneth J. Gerbino & Company's investment accounts among the Top 10 in the world in their respective categories. Ken also was the co-manager of a publicly traded mutual fund, The Growth & Income Fund, part of The Reserve Funds family of Funds.
Ken is on the Board of Directors of Titan Oil Recovery, Inc. He was previously a Director of the Los Angeles Unified School District Annuity Reserve Board, and Fortress Technologies, Inc.
Ken was editor of The Kenneth J. Gerbino Investment Letter, an international investment and economic newsletter, for 15 years. His views have appeared in such publications as The Wall Street Journal, Worth Magazine, Investor's Business Daily, The Asian Wall Street Journal, Money Magazine, The New York Times, USA Today, The Chicago Tribune and many others. He articles on the economy, stock market and gold market are currently published on various international financial websites.
A former financial analyst for Litton Industries and Republic Corporation, he has a B.S. in Business Administration from Ithaca College and an MBA from Syracuse University.
"Hayek, in my view, is the leading economic thinker of the 20th century." - Vernon Smith - Nobel Laureate Economics