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QPI's Partners In The Press

Newsmax

Date Source Article
06/15/17 Newsmax Finance The QQQ Flash Crash From Friday That No One Is Talking About

Phil Erlanger

Date Source Article
04/01/10 Bloomberg Using Erlanger Studies
02/25/09 Barrons What Ever Happened to the Winter Rally?
07/23/08 Barrons It's a Rally -- But in a Bear Market
01/24/08 Baltimore Sun Under Armour shares fall 24%
08/12/07 Baltimore Sun Betting on Under Armour to fall
05/10/06 MSN Broken-heart stocks on road to recovery, by Michael Brush
04/01/06 SFO Magazine Trading Seasonality: Tracking Market Tendencies
04/12/05 Boston Globe SEC Probes Biogen Options Trades
02/18/05 MSN Pre Merger Trading on Gillette Raises Flags, by Michael Brush

Jefferson Research

Date Source Article
03/24/05 BusinessWeek Online Research Revolution? Outside experts are set to pick independent data outfits for brokerages
04/01/03 CFA Magazine The Right Time for Research

IPO Financial Network

Date Source Article
06/11/04 Business Week How Bright Can Morningstar Shine?
04/27/04 CNN Money A Google IPO, with Caveats
08/09/08 New York Times Tech Company Goes Public but Its Shares Dive 20%



Quantitative Partners, Inc.

Date Source Video Song Name Artist
06/12/08 QPI Quantitative Partners Morning Call 06/12/08 Twilight Zone Golden Earring




Recent personal and professional highlights from Quantitative Partners, Geoff, and Jack

07/08/07 Geoff Garbacz participates in golf tournement at legendary TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida. 17th Island Hole at TPC SawgrassDesigned by Pete Dye, the Sawgrass' THE PLAYERS Stadium Golf Course is ranked among the top 35 golf courses in the United States and the top 50 golf courses in the world, according to Golf Magazine. Match your skills against "The Most-Photographed Hole in the World," the No. 17, par-3 Island Hole, where many of the world's greatest golf professionals - including Tiger, Michelson, and Vijay - have put their skills to the test. Geoff at the Tee Box
























04/28/07 Geoff Garbacz participates in the 26th Annual Crazylegs Classic in Madison, Wisconsin. How the run got started? Not surprisingly, the idea was hatched over a couple of beers in late 1981 by three Badger loyalists at a campus bar. The three, Tom Grantham, Ken Sparks, and Rich Backus, wanted to raise money to support UW athletics. As admirers of then- Athletic Director Elroy Hirsch, they asked his permission to name it the "Crazylegs Run" in his honor. No less of an authority than Runner's World magazine has rated the Crazylegs Classic as one of America's Best 100 Events. The Crazylegs Committee was notified by the Road Runners Club of America that a panel of our peers voted the Crazylegs Classic as one of twenty races across the country chosen for "Great Races! Great Places!" recognition.
Geoff finishing the 26th Annual Crazylegs Classic




















01/20/07 There is nothing like a powder day. Albeit there is a big difference between a powder day in Wisconsin and Colorado. In January, Geoff ventured out to the local slopes of Wisconsin for a day of skiing at Tyrol Basin
Geoff at Tyrol Basin
























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