In an episode of The Zurich Project Podcast, presented by MOI Global, John Mihaljevic speaks with Jim Roumell about the mistake of trying to “go big”, i.e., significantly and rapidly increase assets under management.
Jim entered the securities industry in 1986. Before founding Roumell Asset Management in 1998, he was a registered principal at Raymond James. Jim was selected to participate in, and won, two consecutive Wall Street Journal stock picking contests (in 2001 and 2002) before the contest was discontinued. Jim is a graduate of Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. He lives in Chevy Chase, MD.
Jim is a participant in The Zurich Project.
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