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Bringing Wall Street Experience to Every Investor

Q3 Asset Management was founded by professional traders to give retail investors the same cutting edge, actively managed investment strategies used by institutional investors. We have deep roots in active management and technical analysis. That background, coupled with our expertise in quantitative investing, gives us a clear advantage over traditional methods of money management.

Experience

The Q3 team has more than 40 years of collective industry experience including trading on the exchanges in New York and Chicago.

Process

Our strategies are designed to capitalize on the strongest market opportunities and eliminate emotion from the investment process.

Advice

Q3's services are available exclusively through financial advisors. We believe advisors play a vital role in helping investors reach their goals.

“The most important rule of trading is to play great defense, not great offense”
Paul Tudor Jones
"Being slow and steady means that you're willing to exchange the opportunity of making a killing for the assurance of never getting killed."
Carl Richards
“Risk comes from not knowing what you’re doing.”
Warren Buffett

Few Investors Can Afford a Major Portfolio Loss

Q3’s roots trace back to 1982 when Brad Giaimo began his career in the COMEX Gold Pit. In 1984, Brad was recruited to work for Paul Tudor Jones, where he learned the importance of “risk control” from someone considered by many to be one of the greatest money managers of all time. At the end of 1986 he took the lessons he’d learned and applied them as an independent member of the NYBOT, where he would spend the next twelve years refining the skills and concepts he brings to Q3 Asset Management.

Few Investors Can Afford a Major Portfolio Loss

Q3’s roots trace back to 1982 when Brad Giaimo began his career in the COMEX Gold Pit. In 1984, Brad was recruited to work for Paul Tudor Jones, where he learned the importance of “risk control” from someone considered by many to be one of the greatest money managers of all time. At the end of 1986 he took the lessons he’d learned and applied them as an independent member of the NYBOT, where he would spend the next twelve years refining the skills and concepts he brings to Q3 Asset Management.

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