Ross Singletary ’89 on CNBC’s Closing Bell

In case you missed it, a Washington and Lee alum was featured on CNBC’s “Closing Bell” with Maria Bartiromo this week. Ross Singletary, of the Class of 1989, is managing partner with Arcus Capital Partners in Atlanta.

An economics major, Ross appeared on the national show on Wednesday, Jan. 19 (probably pure coincidence that it was on Robert E. Lee’s birthday), to discuss the future status of the markets.

Ross has two decades of experience and, according to the Arcus website, “has developed a particularly thorough knowledge of the use of non-traditional and volatility dampening strategies within Arcus client portfolios.” He was a director in Credit Suisse’s Private Banking Unit and was also with Morgan Stanley’s Private Wealth Management group before joining Arcus.

You can watch Ross’s TV debut below:

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2 Responses to “Ross Singletary ’89 on CNBC’s Closing Bell”

  1. 1 joe caccamo January 21, 2011 at 2:00 pm

    That guy sure looks familiar but can’t believe he’s class of ’89 … looks more like ’69 or ’79.

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