Francois Trahan

The Cornerstone Macro portfolio strategist and quant joins the ranks of the research elite after ten of 11 years as a first teamer.
Technical analyst Carter Braxton Worth joins the New York–based boutique.
What’s bad for emerging markets is good for the U.S., says Francois Trahan, founder of Cornerstone Macro. Here’s why.
Some of the most familiar names on this year’s All-America Research Team are launching their own firms.
In first place for a third straight year — and for the fifth time in six years — is François Trahan, 41, who left ISI Group to join forces in February with Edward Wolfe (who is ranked second in Airfreight & Surface Transportation).
Advancing from third place to second is Pankaj Patel of Credit Suisse; he’s also No. 3 in Small Companies.
Michael Goldstein repeats in second place; the Empirical Research Partners strategist is also No. 1 in Quantitative Research.