Sandy Chin serves as a portfolio manager and the Chief Investment officer at Tidal Bore Capital. She has 20 years of experience in consumer staples. She established Tidal Bore Capital, which is the first consumer staples hedge fund in the year 2016. Sandy Chin has a strong belief that the staider stocks can result in great returns and have the ability to capitalize on the current disconnect between the firm’s top-down view against the bottoms-up analysis. Before serving Tidal Bore Company, she worked at the Visium Asset Management firm as a portfolio manager.
She also served as a senior analyst at the SAC Capital Management Company for three years. Sandy Chin was the Deputy President of Neuberger Berman organization and as an analyst at the Donaldson Lufkin and Jenrette International Company before serving the same position at the Bank of America Corporation. She earned her MBA at NYU’s Stern School of Business before receiving her degree in political science from the Barnard College, University of Columbia. She is also a volunteer at her kids’ schools and she participates in the current school committees and leading new ones is her recent passion.
Sandy’s Advice to Entrepreneurs
From her recent interview, Sandy Chin provided some solutions to problems facing young entrepreneurs. To bring her ideas to life, Chin says that getting high convictions need specific approaches that she has used for the last 20 years. She has trained herself to process her information much faster due to her long tenure focusing on the same sector, something that has helped her company grow. As an entrepreneur, you must build and have your own annual and quarterly models.
Developing your models and maintaining them each time helps you to build pattern recognition and also offers the much-needed confidence when you see any disconnect between valuation and fundamentals. Sandy chin says that you should never turn down any meeting from an analyst or any company no matter how small or junior, the potential or ability to uncover a tidbit. Finally, she advises entrepreneurs to create and maintain a strong relationship with the management that is derived from many years of experience in the same sector.