Rob Stein

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Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.
Other namesRobert Stein
CitizenshipUnited States of America
EducationBachelor of Science degree
Alma mater
  • Tulane University
  • University of Michigan
  • Author
  • Businessman
OrganizationAstor Investment Management
Spouse(s)Eileen Stein

Rob Stein (also known as Robert Stein) is an American businessman and author. He is the founder and CEO of Astor Investment Management, an asset management firm based in Chicago.[1][2]

Education and career

Stein graduated from University of Michigan with a Bachelor of Science degree.[3]

He started his career as a project analyst for the Federal Reserve and later was a portfolio manager at national banks. In 1994, he founded Astor Financial, Inc., the parent company of Astor Asset Management LLC and the predecessor firm to Astor Investment Management, LLC. When Astor was acquired by Knight Capital Group, he was a part of the Executive Committee. In a management restructuring of Knight Capital, Stein re-organized Astor as an independent firm. He is the co-creator of the Astor Economic Index® (AEI).[4]


Stein is the author of books, including McGraw-Hill published Inside Greenspan’s Briefcase (ASIN B01NH024PA), Finding the Bull inside the Bear (ASIN B01K3K34GS), Active Management (ISBN 1592800653) and The Very End of Air (ISBN 1906856249).[5]

Community service

Stein is the founder of the I-CARE Foundation,[6] an organization working towards patient management at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago and Vice Chairman of the Board of Advisors to GlenKirk, an organization that supports people with special needs.

Personal life

Stein was born in Chicago. He attended Tulane University for 2 years[7] and then transferred to Michigan. He currently resides in Chicago with his wife Eileen Stein and son, Spencer Stein.

In the media



  1. Lewis Krauskopf, April Joyner (1 December 2017). "Whipsawed by Washington, Wall Street ends modestly lower". Reuters. Retrieved December 1, 2017.
  2. Park, JeeYeon (4 August 2011). "Dow Sinks 500, Worst Day Since Dec. 2008". CNBC. Retrieved 4 August 2011.
  3. "Rob Stein profile". Bloomberg.
  4. "Robert Stein". Crunchbase.
  5. "Author profile - Robert Stein".
  6. "Rob Stein profile". Bloomberg.
  7. "Tulane University, Rob Stein".

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