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I started my current employment as a slightly "older" Investment Analyst/Portfolio Manager at age 32 in 1976. Through several investment job changes, each move with a 50% bump in compensation in 1980, 1983, and then in 1985 when I switched to "the sell-side" of the investment business. So, 1967-1974 Systems Analyst/Programmer, 1974-1985 Investment Analyst/Portfolio Manager. Retired as a Venture Capital Portfolio Manager when I was fifty in 1995.

Started a Law Firm with my daughter<a lawyer> in 2006. Helped start several other companies <a coffee company, and a brewing company> after 1995. Then in 2012 started a Venture Capital Investment partnership 2012, my current activity.

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