Danny Moses is Founder of Moses Ventures, an investment fund in Connecticut, and an Adviser at New York-based cannabis investment group Merida Capital Partners. He gained prominence due to the 2015 release of the Oscar-nominated film "The Big Short," which depicted the role Moses and his colleagues played in predicting – and capitalizing on – the collapse of the U.S housing market and the credit bubble in 2007 to 2008. During that time, he was Steve Eisman’s former head trader at FrontPoint Partners, a firm portrayed in both the book and movie "The Big Short.” He began his career in 1991 as a municipal bond analyst for MBIA and worked as an institutional broker at a number of firms, including Oppenheimer.
Danny co-hosts a podcast called "On The Tape."
Danny has appeared as a guest on Real Vision.