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Sid Rajeev heads the research department at Fundamental Research Corp., which covers over 150 small- and micro-cap companies and 15 exempt market/private issues in industries including energy, mining, real estate and technology. He also manages the company's list of Top Picks, which have historically helped the firm finish strong in third-party analyst performance rankings. Rajeev holds a Bachelor of Technology degree from Cochin University of Science & Technology, and a Master of Business Administration from The University of British Columbia. He is a CFA Charterholder.
Stop Gambling and Find Stable Profits in Energy Investment: Sid Rajeev (10/30/12) Are junior resource stocks the investment equivalent of a game of blackjack? It depends on the investor as much as it does on the company. Sid Rajeev of Fundamental Research Corp. has come to expect stability from his picks. How? By using fair-value metrics and a longer-term timeline. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, learn how this pragmatic analyst plays a speculative market for reliable returns.
REE Stocks Are Down but Not Out: Siddharth Rajeev (7/10/12) Equity investing is squarely in a risk-off phase and few sectors have been hit harder than junior mining. Rare earth elements equities are no exception, but most of the materials themselves have not dropped nearly as much. The Critical Metals Report sat down with Siddharth Rajeev, vice president and head of research at Fundamental Research Corp., for a good hard look at small caps in this space. Where have these equities been, and where are their valuations heading? Read on for more.
Rare Earth Metals Growth Drivers: Siddharth Rajeev (3/27/12) With so many moving variables in the rare earth space, how can investors evaluate investment opportunities? Siddharth Rajeev of Fundamental Research Corp. finds his top prospects by zeroing in on a specific material and tracking its growth drivers. Rajeev argues that critical materials used in viable new technologies will see increasing demand. In this exclusive interview with The Critical Metals Report, he explains how lithium-ion battery development and the forthcoming WTO ruling effect his outlook for graphite and niobium.