Gary Gordon was a stock analyst, investment strategist, and portfolio manager at PaineWebber, UBS and other firms. He is now an adjunct professor in the math department at Mercy College, teaches at prisons, presents financial literacy seminars to adults and students, and tutors junior high school students. He serves on the Board of Hudson Link and on an operating committee at the United Jewish Appeal.
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