Clay has been investing since age 12.
He has spent the majority of his career as an investor at multi-billion dollar hedge funds, applying the long-term, quality-oriented approach that Titan uses today. He also spent time as an investor in private equity. He graduated from the Wharton School and the School of Engineering at the University of Pennsylvania, with degrees in Economics and Computer Science.
Joe has deep operational expertise.
He spent time at McKinsey & Co. in San Francisco in their technology practice, at Goldman Sachs & Co. in NYC, and most recently as an early employee at a long/short equity hedge fund. He graduated from the Wharton School and the School of Arts & Sciences at the University of Pennsylvania, with degrees in Economics and International Studies.
Max has a patent in hedge fund software.
In addition to his time as a software engineer at a hedge fund, he was a senior engineer and early employee at several early-stage technology companies, including Relay Delivery and AppNexus, leading teams of engineers and deploying systems to thousands of stakeholders. He graduated from Stanford University with a degree in Computer Science.
While working in the hedge fund industry, we witnessed a big disparity. Wealthy investors have access to sophisticated investing vehicles and are treated like limited partners. Everyday investors do not.
Many people want to invest in more than just ETFs but don’t have the same expertise as the best investment firms do.
We didn’t think this was fair. So we built Titan.
We have two objectives. The first is simple: grow your capital at high rates of return over the long term.
The second: enable you to become a better investor over time. Empowerment, to us, is as important as returns. This is why we had to upgrade the entire investing experience, from the ground up.
We’re excited to reimagine what investing means for you.