Tyrik Torres

Tyrik Torres

Expertise: Technology Equities, Fundamental Analysis, Financial Modeling
Education: BA, Political Economy, Sarah Lawrence College
Awards & Accomplishments: Doug-Paul Scholarship at Credit Suisse

Tyrik Torres is a freelance contributor at InvestorPlace.com, sharing his thoughts and recommendations on how investors should best position themselves in the current equity market environment.

Tyrik serves as a research analyst at Prince Capital, a L/S hedge fund where he is responsible for conducting financial analysis, studying market research, and putting together investment memoranda on potential equity investments. Prior to his time at Prince Capital, Tyrik worked as an Investment Associate for Star Strong Capital where he was responsible for conducting financial analysis and due diligence on early and lower middle market direct lending opportunities. He joined Star Strong Capital from Credit Suisse’s Investment Banking Technology Group, where he served as an analyst assisting on a variety of debt capital markets, equity capital markets and M&A transactions, ranging from $100M to $2B in transaction value, across various technology industry verticals.

Tyrik holds a BA in Political Economy from Sarah Lawrence College.

Recent Articles

The 3 Most Undervalued Lithium Stocks to Buy in February 2024

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