David Rewcastle

Equity and Fixed Income Analyst with a background in Finance, Economics, and Middle East Studies.


 David B. Rewcastle is an Equity and Fixed Income Analyst with a background in Finance, Economics, and Middle East Studies. David has been a security analyst in numerous industry sectors, originally with a concentration in Energy and Utilities for nearly two decades; receiving numerous accolades for stock picking returns and earnings estimate accuracy. David won the Wall Street Journal’s “Best On The Street” award for portfolio performance in the Oilfield Services Sector, has been awarded the top-ranked stock picker for the Gas Utility Sector by Starmine/Forbes Magazine, and Starmine/Financial Times rated David as the #3 analyst/stockpicker in the US Gas Utility sector. 


Over the past five years, David has added the BioTech Sector to his area of analysis and discussions and moderated panels at industry conferences. 


David Rewcastle is currently a Senior Analyst at E3 Research Associates, an Independent Third Party Research and Analytics Company, and an Instructor of Economics at the University of New Haven. He has been a Professor at the New York University School of Professional studies; teaching courses in finance, valuation. and investment strategy in the Energy Industry. His background includes experience as the Senior Research Analyst at RHK/Source Capital Group, an analyst at Divine Capital Markets, Capstone Investments, Argus Research, and September Group Research Partners; a sovereign risk & ratings associate analyst at Fitch Ratings/Thomson Bankwatch; and a field analyst at Schlumberger’s Seismic Exploration Group.  David has been a corporate instructor at Oak Leaf Energy Training and taught History and Economics at an International School from 1992-1994 while in Damascus.


David Rewcastle has a Master’s Degree in Near East Studies and Business Administration from New York University’s Institute of Near East Studies and the Stern School of Business where he majored in finance. His Master’s thesis was on the effects of petrodollar flows on economies and countries. David also studied at Damascus University and the American University in Cairo and earned a BA with a concentration on Petroleum Economics and Political Science in the Middle East from the Strategic Studies Department at the University of Calgary.