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Brooklyn Bridge Trader

Traders Magazine, March 2000

Sanford Wexler

Trading for a hedge fund is like landing a jet fighter on an aircraft carrier at night. The penalty for the slightest miscalculation can land a trader in deep water. The hedge fund trader must have what the writer Tom Wolfe calls "the right stuff."

Todd A. Harrison, 30, is one of Wall Street's top guns. He's the head trader and a partner at New York-based hedge fund, Cramer, Berkowitz & Co. The fund was formed in 1987 by the ubiquitous and tireless James J. Cramer, co-founder of The, and his wife Karen. Jeff Berkowitz, who has been with the firm for nine years, is Cramer's partner. He oversees the firm's research as well as works the trading desk.

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