Jacob Jay Gottlieb, MD, CFA, PRMIA, the Managing Partner and Chief Investment Officer and Doctor of Medicine takes and manages risk as a physician and stockbroker. Jacob Gottlieb graduated from New York University Medical School in New York City, New York with a Doctor of Medicine Degree. After graduating, Jacob took a calculated risk by completing an internal medicine internship at St. Vincent’s Hospital located in New York City, New York and proceeding to quit the medical field to began a career in financial management. Jacob pushed all of his chips on the table, all in, with that decision to change careers after completing medical school which demonstrates a boldness to take risks. Jacob proceeded to study economics at Brown University located in Providence, Rhode Island and received a Bachelor of Arts in economics. After graduating Jacob began his career as a financial analyst and portfolio manager and began prospering by picking winning stocks and taking a calculated risk and learning the ability to manage portfolios risk. As a surgeon, doctors are required to also manage the risk of their patients and figure out a plan to manage symptoms of various illnesses that have been diagnosed with to accomplish a successful result. As an investment manager or stockbroker an individual has to have the capacity to evaluate and discover root causes of various levels of performance of companies to invest in a portfolio. Also, stockbrokers develop a game plan to manage and take a risk that is well planned and properly rationalized when necessary. As a successful businessman, Jacob has become a champion at eliminating risk in society through various charitable organizations such as Math for America. By assisting this organization he helps foster the potential gains for individuals by expanding knowledge in mathematics to open up opportunities for the future. Furthermore, Jacob has demonstrated a propensity to take a risk and respond and react to various environments with risk management and in turn, takes and manages risk both as a surgeon and as a successful stockbroker.