David Jackson

David Jackson is the founder of Seeking Alpha. He started his career as a macro-economist at HM Treasury in London and The Bank of Israel, and later moved to Morgan Stanley in New York as a technology research analyst covering the communications equipment sector. He left in early 2003 to manage money (long/short) and explore new approaches to financial publishing, ultimately leading to the creation of Seeking Alpha in 2004. Since then, Seeking Alpha has grown to be the leading Web 2.0 finance site. He has a B.A from Oxford University and an MSc from The London School of Economics, is married with five children, and serves on the board of a food rescue charity.

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