Keith Mccullough Net Worth, Biography, Wiki, Career (Updated)

Keith McCullough is Hedgeye Risk Management’s CEO. Keith spent 10 years working for Magnetar Capital, The Carlyle Group’s hedge fund, Dawson-Herman Capital Management, and Falconhenge Partners before launching Hedgeye Risk Management (previously called Research Edge). 

Keith Mccullough Net Worth

Keith Mccullough’s net worth is unknown as of this writing. We’ll keep you updated as soon as we learn anything about his net worth.

Keith Mccullough career

Keith began his career as an institutional stock sales analyst at Credit Suisse First Boston after graduating from Yale University, where he was the captain of the Yale Varsity Hockey Team and led them to a Division I Ivy League title. 

Keith Mccullough works as a financial advisor based in Stamford, Connecticut. He has 12 years of financial counseling expertise and is now a qualified financial advisor at Hedgeye Risk Management, LLC. Mccullough holds Series 63 and 65 licenses as a securities agent and investment advisor. McCullough has dedicated his entire career to Hedgeye Risk Management, LLC.

He is now the co-chair of the New York City Bipartisan Policy Center, Washington, D.C. ‘s the only think tank that strongly encourages bipartisanship in order to address the nation’s biggest challenges.

Tv and Radio 

Keith has been on financial television and radio stations such as Fox Business and CNN, and has written for such outlets as Bloomberg and CNBC.

Keith Mccullough’s Book 

He often contributes to Forbes and Fortune, and he wrote the best-selling book “Diary of a Hedge Fund Manager”. 

Hedgeye Risk Management, LLC

Hedgeye Risk Management, LLC is headquartered in Stamford, Connecticut, and has two more locations around the country. Hedgeye Risk Management, LLC employs around 60 individuals. There are no high-net-worth people among the firm’s clientele, who are classified as investors having a capital of more than $1 million. Hedgeye Risk Management, LLC may publish newsletters and provide additional services. The company may impose extra fees.