Eric Jackson’s innovative approach and research framework is in part, due to his distinct and varied background. EMJ Capital has a repeated track record of finding the next set of unsung potential future winners early on and making compounding growth stock predictions. He is routinely asked for insight on CNBC, Bloomberg News, and other media outlets. Read the articles below to gain some insight on Eric’s Past Thought Leadership.
On January 4, 2021, Eric Jackson was featured on CNBC’s Closing Bell to comment on the future of tech stocks and identify “Next-Gen FAANG” opportunities.
CNBC Closing Bell – “EMJ Capital’s Eric Jackson picks for 2021.”
A December 8, 2020 Bloomberg article highlighted Eric Jackson’s long-short fund which more than doubled in 2020 because of profitable bets on tech firms that thrived when the coronavirus hit.
The article highlighted EMJ’s tech picks that thrived amidst the pandemic and attractive picks moving forward. EMJ’s Eric Jackson hunts growth stocks that can double or triple in the next 2-3 years.
Amidst much speculation – On August 27, 2013 Eric Jackson predicted Microsoft hire of unknown Satya Nadella as the next CEO.
Update: Jackson’s prediction was correct ahead of Microsoft’s big run.
In a February 23, 2011 article via the The Street, Eric Jackson predicted that Alibaba would be worth over $100B in the coming years instead of its $10B private valuation.
Written 20 years ago, Eric Jackson’s PhD dissertation is one of the first studies to fully explore how a firm’s management and board characteristics are linked to IPO market capitalization and post-IPO performance.
Based on upper-echelons theory, Eric Jackson argues that the firm’s long-term operational and stock performance depend on the substantive abilities of the members of the firm’s management team and board, measured as their combined human and social capital – what Eric calls the firms’ upper-echelons capital.