Maj Soueidan

Maj Soueidan

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Maj Soueidan is the Co-Founder and President of GeoInvesting. Having been a full-time investor for over 30 years, Soueidan has been recognized for his successful application of information arbitrage in microcap stocks. He has been able to help hundreds of investors gain alpha by managing risk, reducing the potential investment space to a manageable level, and sharing his research on under-followed stocks that have yet to be found by the broader market. In addition to educating investors on winning equity strategies, Soueidan has been on a mission to protect investors from fraud and pump and dump schemes.

Professional Experience

Academic History

  • With some initial capital saved and the bookOne Up On Wall Street”, Soueidan began investing while in college between 1988 and 1992. 
  • Starting with just $3,000, he quickly turned that initial money into his first $1 million by the age of 27. 
  • He stresses the concept of “information arbitrage” in an era where information overload has actually made it more difficult for investors to locate profitable information. 
  • He introduced the “China fraud” to Geoinvesting.
  • Through his research process, he has identified dozens of U.S. listed China stocks he concluded were frauds.
  • He has appeared as a guest on Real Vision.


  • He took a part-time job at The Vanguard Group after graduating college in 1992, working in the evenings.
  • He would spend his days performing research, interviewing management teams, and developing an eye for finding unique and undervalued micro-cap stocks.
  • He bought his first “multi-bagger” in 1994 and was immediately hooked. 
  • At the time, he briefly published his first investment newsletter called “The Market’s Edge."  
  • He left Vanguard in 1994 to become a full-time investor.

  • Micro-caps appeal to him due to the information arbitrage opportunities they provide.
  • An arbitrage exists when a disconnect between stock prices and available public information on a company is noticeable and monetarily worth pursuing.
  • This strategy has paid dividends for many investors.
  • Part of the reason the “Info. Arb.” opportunity exists is because investors often associate micro-cap stocks with pump and dump companies with no revenues and profits.
  • "There is no better strategy in the stock market than to look for opportunity where others are not looking."