Jack Du

  • • 3+ years of experience with Brown Investment Group
  • • 2+ years of experience as an investment analyst
  • • Writing credits include Seeking Alpha and the Intercollegiate Finance Journal


Jack Du’s work in the finance and investment fields have spanned more than six years when he was first involved in the Brown Investment Group. With the Brown Investment Group, he worked on the Healthcare Research Committee and the TMT Research Committee. His interests include value investing, asset management and personal finance. He has been a contributor to Seeking Alpha and the Intercollegiate Finance Journal.


Jack earned a Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics-Economics from Brown University.

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