Sam Tabar Talks Investment Strategy

Sam Tabar is a New York-based lawyer and capital strategist. He is also a senior associate at Schulte Rotrh & Zabel LLP and the chief operating officer at Full Cycle fund. He is a well-known hedge fund investor having invested in THINX,  a company that gives underpants to women in Africa and America.


Sam Tabar is a graduate of Oxford University as CrunchBase shows, where he graduated with a with bachelor’s degree in Jurisprudence from 1997 to 2000.He then Joined Columbia University for a masters course in law and graduated in 2001.He was a member of the Columbia Business Law Journal (associate editor) and is certified by New York State Bar. He is a good in Rowling and ballroom dancing. Sam is an expert in corporate law, legal writing, managements, Strategy and Mergers & Acquisitions. He has the unique ability to be a native in both French and English and can fluently speak in Japanese.


From Columbia, he joined Skadden, Arps, Slater, Meagher & Floim LLP.He in 2004 became the managing director of SPARX group. His role at the firm included business strategy development, raising capital, negotiation and legal counsel. In February 2011, he joined Merrill Lynch as the head of capital strategy (APAC). He was based in Hong Kong and New York, and his work was to find investors and introduce them to managers. He served in this role for one year and eight months before joining FullCycleFund as the Chief Operating Officer. He is the man tasked with raising capital, the legal, operational and tax matters.


Sam Tabar has a wealth of investment strategies to advise on anyone seeking to invest in a HedgeFund.When it comes to investing in commodities, Sam Tabar advises one to do a good research on that particular product. You should formulate a timeline with its history and reasonable prediction.

Sam advises one to be very careful with Problem commodities, and he’s talked about it recently on Twitter. He has in his experience at Merrill Lynch experienced what to look out for in such products. You should avoid poorly managed funds like the US Natural Gas Fund, which is trading its price at half the market rates, It is simply not updated in time and the management there is a big joke. This mediocrity has seen it lose 75% of investors’ money.

The USO is supposed to trade on light oil yet is currently pricing it at a price half the market rates. It just can’t allow one to trade with up to date prices. Doing good research on your investment destination is imperative.

Sam Tabar is also a hedge fund investor. He recently invested in THINX a startup company that helps women in America and Africa buy new underwear.