Sector Expert: Frederick Lacy

Fincom Investment Partners

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Frederick Lacy, President of Fincom Investment Partners, began as a Chicago commodity broker in 1984. In 1987 he joined Bateman Eichler, Hill Richards in Los Angeles, focusing on small to mid-cap equities, ultimately "retiring" in 2000 as a Managing Director of Investment Banking. Mr. Lacy has been involved in numerous investments, from arranging start-up capital for what became Petrohawk, which sold for $15 Billion, to mobile payments in India. Several long-time clients were founding investors of Cheniere Energy. Mr Lacy's decades in California technology includes arranging an early $13 million VC financing for "permanent ledger" software (now commonly known as "blockchain") led by top-tier fund Upfront Ventures. Other investments include 3D holographic display technology, early mobile applications, power conversion, along with multiple consumer health-related products: Canadian Glacier bottled water, Kinetin skin cream, a proprietary oxidative-stress formula, and UV purification systems. In 1989 Mr. Lacy hosted "the Venture Capitalist" which aired on (now) CNBC, and has followed the natural foods industry for 35 years.

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Companies Commented On

  • Atlantic Gold Corp.
  • CV Sciences Inc.
  • Endeavour Silver Corp.
  • Marathon Gold Corp.
  • Silvercorp Metals Inc.
  • U.S. Gold Corp.
  • Wesdome Gold Mines Ltd.

Recent Interviews

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Tilray's wild fluctuations have grabbed the headlines the past few days, but Fincom Investment Partners profiles a rapidly emerging player in the cannabis realm that the firm believes has much more to offer.

Santa Comes in April for Dip Buyers of this Miner (4/1/18)
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The stock of this gold explorer with projects in Wyoming and Nevada plunged last week, and Fincom Investment Partners explains why the firm believes it's a bargain.

Stick with Our Fab Four for Continued Outperformance (1/11/18)
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While miners have bounced off their December lows, what is in store for 2018? Fincom Investment Partners profiles a handful of companies it believes have an opportunity to double in 2018.

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