Vlad Signorelli is President & Global Market Strategist of Bretton Woods Research, LLC. At Bretton Woods, Vlad and his team have built an impressive list of clients around the world by following a unique classical framework while delivering exceptional results. Bretton Woods called the housing bust and market downturn in 2008, as well as the turnaround in March of 2009. Additionally, they have expertly guided clients through the brief downturns during the recent bull market. Prior to founding Bretton Woods Research in 2006, Vlad began his career at Polyconomics in 1995 working under the renowned supply-sider Jude Wanniski, becoming Director of Global Research in 2004. Vlad continues to be quoted in major news sources including Dow Jones, Bloomberg, and Forbes. His analysis has been published by LewRockwell.com, RealClearMarkets and the Boston Globe. Vlad is a graduate of the University of Michigan.
Paul Hoffmeister is Economic Counsel to Bretton Woods Research, LLC. Before
joining Bretton Woods, Paul was the Director of Market Strategy and Chief
Economist at Polyconomics, Inc. from 2004 to 2006. Paul has advised numerous political campaigns, including two presidential campaigns. He has written for Forbes.com and has been quoted in several news sources
including Bloomberg, Reuters and National Review. In addition, Paul has appeared
on Kudlow and Co. and radio talk shows. Paul graduated from Georgetown
University with a BSBA in Accounting and Finance.
Chuck Hanabergh is the Director of Institutional Sales for Bretton Woods
Research, LLC. Chuck is responsible for marketing, product development and
client relationship management at Bretton Woods Research. Chuck has been
serving the institutional investment community since 1998 where he started as
a Sales Representative at Polyconomics. Chuck went on to become VP of
Institutional Sales with Rochdale Securities and then started his own research
marketing group, Hanabergh & Associates, in 2003. Chuck graduated with honors
from Rutgers University in 1992 with a bachelor's degree in Economics and received an MBA in Finance from Seton Hall in 2002.