Thomas H. Fitzgerald, Jr.


Thomas H. Fitzgerald, Jr. is President and - - beginning in 1982 - - Chief Portfolio Investment Officer of the firm that bears his father’s name.  The firm was founded in New York in 1959.   Mr. Fitzgerald was a founding principal and the first editor of The Money Market Directory, the world’s foremost reference authority on U.S. institutional investors and their portfolio managers. He is a member of the American Finance Association, the President’s Council of the American Institute of Management, and the Market Technicians Association.

Mr. Fitzgerald entered the investment business as special assistant to the late Gerald M. Loeb, then a partner of E.F. Hutton & Company, New York, and author of the all-time classic, The Battle For Investment Survival.  He later worked as consultant to David Dreman, world-renown investment manager and author of the best-sellers, Contrarian Investment Strategy, and Psychology and The Stock Market.  Mr. Fitzgerald received a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Connecticut, and has completed studies in International Banking and Foreign Exchange at New York University Graduate School of Business Administration.  He served two years in the United States Army as a paratroop-lieutenant.

Sheila F. DeJesus

Sheila F. DeJesus is Director of Research. She joined T.H. Fitzgerald & Co. in 1991. Currently, she has key responsibility for compiling and organizing the weekly research data reports. She has a Bachelors of Science degree from Central Connecticut State University.