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About Evan Sturza

Evan Sturza operated Sturza’s Institutional Research, Inc. from 1993 to 2006. A boutique health care equity research company, Sturza’s Institutional Research served several hundred institutional clients by offering investment recommendations supported by in-depth bottom up fundamental research. As President, Evan Sturza was responsible for hiring and managing a team of investment analysts and supervising marketing and sales efforts. Evan Sturza also founded Taurus Littrow Publishing, which sent out a weekly health care publication called Sturza’s Medical Investment Letter. Sturza’s Medical Investment Letter served as an important resource for many individual investors. Evan Sturza received his Master of Business Administration in Finance and Entrepreneurship from the University of Pennsylvania in 1991. Prior to founding Sturza’s Institutional Research, Inc. and Taurus Littrow Publishing, Inc., Evan Sturza worked as a corporate finance Associate with Prudential Securities and a buy-side Analyst with Intrinsic Value Management. Evan Sturza also served as a Staff Writer for Forbes magazine. Since 2007, Evan Sturza has served as a portfolio manager for HealthCor Management, LP. Evan Sturza is a longtime resident of New York City and an avid fisherman.
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