Thomas Mitchell
Thomas Mitchell

A top financial-industry investment research analyst from 1973 to 2015. Tom Mitchell published highly regarded “action recommendation” research. In the 2004-15 period, Mitchell was named the number one stock-picker for two different financial industries — Starmine #1 awarded in
2014 for bank stocks selected in 2013, and the WSJ in 2012 #1 for real estate stocks selected in 2011.

At 15, Mitchell went to the US Senate, and subsequently became head Senate Democratic page. He worked for LBJ at the Democratic Convention in Los Angeles, and in the Kennedy-Johnson 1960 campaign. Mitchell later worked in Democratic Primary contests in Texas, New Jersey, and New York. During and after college at Columbia in NYC, Mitchell undertook research projects for Senator Robert Kennedy and other New York Democrats.

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