Robert Henry Stovall Edit Profile
Bachelor of Science in Economics, University Pennsylvania, 1948. Postgraduate in political economy, University Copenhagen, 1949. Master of Business Administration, New York University, 1957.
With E. F. Hutton & Company, 1953-1967, manager department investment research New York City, 1958-1960, general partner responsible for research, 1961-1967, chairman committee investment policy, 1966-1968. Research director Nuveen Corporation, 1968-1969. Partner in marketing and research Reynolds & Company, 1969, director research, 1970-1973.
Senior vice president, director investment policy Dean Witter Reynolds Inc. (merger Reynolds & Company and Dean Witter & Company, acquired by Sears, Roebuck and Company 1981), New York City, 1978-1985, public comments on market column, 1961-1985. President Stovall/Twenty-First Advisers, Inc., 1985-2000.
Senior vice president market strategist Prudential Securities Inc., since 2000. Lecturer, teacher in field. Commentator National Public Radio, since 1982.
Professor finance New York University, since 1985. Regular commentator Cable News Network, since 1981, "This Morning's Business", Columbia Broadcasting System-television, 1988-1991, "Market Wrap", Station Consumer News and Business Channel/FNN-television. Governing member Committee on Developing American Capitalism, Fairfield, Connecticut.
Board directors Trust Companies American, Venice, Florida.
Board overseers Graduate School Business Administration New York University, 1984-1990, University Pennsylvania Libraries, 1992-1998. Chairman Security Industry Institute, 1986-1988, life trustee, since 1989. Chairman Securities Industry Association, Eco.
Education Foundation, New York and New Jersey, 1992-1998. Trustee St. Clare's-Riverside Health Care Center Foundation, Denville, New Jersey, 1980-1993, Wayne County (Pennsylvania) Memorial Hospital. Member foundation board since 1989.
Board overseers Seton Hall Preparatory School, West Orange, New Jersey, 1985-1993. Board sponsors Loyola College in Maryland Schools Business, 1990-1995, since 1991. Director Sarasota Opera Association, since 1993, National Council Economic Edun., since 1998.
With United States Army, World War II, Italy. Member Institute Chartered Finance Analysts (Chartered Financial Analyst), New York Society Security Analysts (past director, vice chairman program committee), Mensa, Sarasota University Club, Penn Club New York, S.R., Kentuckians of New York (president 1988-1990), Sons of Confederate Veterans, Pilgrims of North America, Beta Gamma Sigma.
Son of; married Inger Bagger. Children: Sten Torben, Harold Samuel II, Inger Benedikte, Robert Henry.