Sector Expert: Samuel Pelaez

Galileo Global Equity Advisors Inc

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Samuel Pelaez is chief investment officer and portfolio manager with Galileo Global Equity Advisors. Prior to that he was an investment analyst at U.S. Global Investors, a boutique U.S.-based investment management firm. Pelaez graduated from the Schulich School of Business with Distinction in 2012. He also holds a Masters in Finance degree from The University of Cambridge. He is a CFA charter holder and member of the Toronto CFA Society.

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Companies Commented On

  • CES Energy Solutions Corp.
  • Dundee Precious Metals Inc.
  • EVRAZ Plc
  • HudBay Minerals Inc.
  • Polaris Infrastructure Inc.


Recent Interviews

Five Companies to Consider in These Volatile Times (12/13/18)
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Despite turbulence in the markets, investors should not be pessimistic because there are plenty of good markets to allocate to, posits Samuel Pelaez, chief investment officer and portfolio manager with Galileo Global Equity Advisors, who discusses trends in the markets and companies he believes are at attractive entry points right now.

Trade Wars, Gold and a Once-in-a-Lifetime Opportunity (7/9/18)
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In a period of economic uncertainty exacerbated by threats of a trade war, Samuel Pelaez, chief investment officer and portfolio manager with Galileo Global Equity Advisors, delves beyond the headlines to discuss the factors that are influencing gold, oil and other commodities, and why he believes we are on the cusp of a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity in commodities.

Three Oil & Gas Names for Volatile Times in the Energy Sector (8/31/17)
Has the dollar peaked?

With oil and gas prices not easy to predict, Samuel Pelaez, chief investment officer and portfolio manager of Galileo Funds, explains the algorithms that track "quantamentals," and discusses several companies that he expects to outperform.

Recent Quotes

"BKX has been able to squeeze more oil out of every well in this play than anybody ever predicted."

The Energy Report Interview with Samuel Pelaez (1/26/16)
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