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I know I probably should read more on whats happening on the financial fronts and should probably start thinking about investment options and putting away for retirement, but sports and movies are just always more fun to blog about. But this one article in Yahoo’s Finance section caught my attention because I recognized the name, Sam Tabar. I was studying at Columbia at the same time as Tabar so I had to check it out. And it appears that the guy is pretty much a rockstar when it comes to all that investment, commodities, asset stuff. I mean, its never been a secret that Sam Tabar is a genius, especially when it comes to finance and law. His background is stellar and is the foundation for his success.
Tabar joined up with the Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP after Columbia where he counseled clients on investment management agreements, private placement memoranda, hedge fund formation and structure, employment issues, and regulatory and compliance issues. After leaving Skadden, he served at SPARX Group Co./PMA Investment Advisors as a Managing Director & Co-Head of Business Development.
Tabar started to gain his stride when he joined Bank of America Merrill Lynch as the Director and Head of Capital Strategy in the Asia-Pacific Region. He later joined the legal field with Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP as a Senior Associate to help clients with fund formation and structure, hedge funds, and regulatory and compliance issues.
His Investment in Commodities
Tabar advises his clients that commodities require research before investment. Exploring the history of a commodity is just part of his technique. He uses this information to determine how the commodity will perform in the future. This methodology increases a client’s chance of success.
Tabar advises his clients to be aware of problem products to ensure that they are making a sound and wise commodity investment. For instance, many of his clients wanted to make an investment in the US Natural Gas Fund. It was a poorly managed fund and had experienced significant losses because the demand was too high, and there were not enough shares to meet the demand. After the UNG fell 75 percent, it created significant losses that made it an undesirable investment.
United States Oil Fund was a similar problem for his investors. The USO did not benchmark WTI light sweet crude oil as expected. When the share prices ended up 50 percent lower than recent crude oil prices, it was not considered a good investment. Tabar ensures that his clients are not making unwise investments and losing money unnecessarily.
Tabar is an Investing and Legal Genius
Sam Tabar is known in his community as an investing and legal genius. He has saved his clients money and has ensured that they are making sound decisions. When you hire Tabar, you can be assured that every aspect of the deal will be researched thoroughly. Consider Sam Tabar for your future investing and legal needs.