John Keller shutting Corinthian Capital
Bruised by a stock market that no longer makes sense to him, John Keller has decided to hang up his hat after more than 25 years of managing money.
"I want to close this shop up in an orderly manner. I will take some time off, just go off some place and rest," Keller said.
His firm, Corinthian Capital Co., had $100 million in assets under management at the end of the year and about 100 clients. Clients were sent letters this week informing them of Keller's decision to close.
Investors have the option of liquidating their holdings or keeping their stocks. Keller is helping some clients transfer to …