Nick RokkeChief Analyst, The Palm Beach Letter

Nick Rokke

Nick Rokke is an analyst with Palm Beach Research Group. He graduated college with an accounting degree and worked at a Big Four accounting firm.

Later, he joined a hedge fund accounting firm, where he discovered how some of the world’s most successful (and unsuccessful) hedge funds traded.

Nick then took the chartered financial analyst (CFA) tests – the gold standard for financial analysts. After passing all three tests on his first attempt (something only 9% of CFA candidates do), he earned his charter.

He spent nearly the past decade forecasting economic trends and uncovering overlooked growth investments.

Today, he uses his analytical and market expertise to support the research efforts of the Palm Beach Research Group.

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