Hall of Fame
Dave Hall is President of "Uncommon Cents, LLC", a consulting firm specializing in the disparate disciplines of asset/liability management for insurers, web site development, and fantasy sports strategy. Previously, he was employed for 21 years by The Hartford Life Insurance Companies, where he served in various actuarial and investment capacities, most recently as Senior Vice President and Director of Portfolio Management. The "Guru" moniker was graciously bestowed on him by his co-workers at The Hartford. He is a 1976 summa cum laude graduate with a B.S. in Mathematics from Westminster College (Pa.), and is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries, an avid amateur musician (cello and trumpet, with some occasional writing and/or arranging), and a fanatical fantasy sports enthusiast (obviously).
Dave was mentioned (and pictured) in a New York Times article on March 26, 1998. The following week, he was interviewed on Atlanta radio station WCNN. In June, 1998, he was the subject of a feature article entitled "A new life in a field of dreams" which he authored for The Actuary, the Society of Actuaries newsletter.
Dave resides in West Hartford, CT, with his wife (Gail) and three children, Jason, Kevin, and Melody.
Qualifications?It's sometimes said that those who can, do. But those who can't, teach.
A sampling of the Guru's personal "on field" performances should be ample evidence that he "can":
RotoGuru is produced by Dave Hall (a.k.a. the Guru), an avid fantasy sports player. He is not employed by any of the fantasy sports games discussed within this site, and all opinions expressed are solely his own. Questions or comments are welcome, and should be emailed toGuru<firstname.lastname@example.org>.
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