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Philip Juskowicz, CFA, is a managing director in the research department at Casimir Capital, a boutique investment bank specializing in the natural resource industry. Juskowicz began his career at Standard & Poor's in 1998. From 2001 to 2005, he worked in equity research at both First Albany Corp. and Buckingham Research. At Buckingham, Juskowicz was senior oilfield service analyst, leveraging his extensive knowledge of the E&P space. From 2006 to 2010, he served as a credit analyst at WestLB, a German investment bank. He earned a Master of Science in finance from the University of Baltimore.
Phil Juskowicz: How to Beat the Street to North American Energy Profits (5/15/14) When differentials emerge, it's time for investors to take notice. Phil Juskowicz, a managing director in Casimir Capital's research department, smells opportunity in micro-cap oil and gas companies, which have lagged behind the small caps for the last three years. In this interview with The Energy Report, Juskowicz explains how they are undervalued, and why they are the ultimate leveraged plays in the (very likely) event of natural gas demand growth.
Micro-Cap Oil Stocks that Hit the Jackpot: Phil Juskowicz (8/29/13) If you want the most bang for your buck, quality E&P micro caps are the way to go. At least that's the opinion of Analyst Phil Juskowicz of Casimir Capital, an early follower of the company that ended up discovering the Barnett Shale. In this interview with The Energy Report, Juskowicz explains his investment rationale and talks about several of his favorite micro caps, including one that went shopping at an asset bankruptcy sale and absolutely cleaned up.