Daniel McNulty

Daniel McNulty graduated from Washburn University with a BBA in Finance and Economics with honors. He has long been exposed to the financial markets and deals primarily with portfolio strategy topics. McNulty says he admires the lives and works of Gaius Julius Caesar, Rene Descartes and Marcus Aurelius.



Daniel McNulty's research preferences tend to slant towards more theoretical topics. He would one day like to reengineer current derivative models to more accurately reflect real-world prices.

McNulty spends the majority of his free time reading books on financial topics and making financial models.

McNulty has a website, http://Dann.McNulty.Googlepages.com/, where he posts short articles, sector and individual stock analysis, has tools available to download and keeps a collection of helpful links.

  1. FA Relevant

    Calculating Beta: Portfolio Math For The Average Investor

    Beta is a useful tool for calculating risk, but the formulas provided online aren't specific to you. Learn how to make your own.
  2. Asset Allocation

    Enhance Your Portfolio With Active Equity

    This strategy provides the potential for larger returns while using less capital.
  3. Trading Strategy

    Exotic Options: A Getaway From Ordinary Trading

    Exotic options are like regular options, except that they have unique features that make them complex. These unusual investment vehicles can reignite your interest in trading.
  4. Trading Instruments

    An Introduction To Gamma-Delta Neutral Option Spreads

    Find the middle ground between conservative and high-risk option strategies.
  5. Managing Wealth

    Offset Risk With Options, Futures And Hedge Funds

    Though all portfolios contain some risk, there are ways to lower it. Find out how.
  6. Bonds / Fixed Income

    3 Bonds You May Have Never Heard Of

    These lesser-known bonds may give your portfolio a boost when other investments products fall short.
  7. Trading Strategy

    Bettering Your Portfolio With Alpha And Beta

    Increase your returns by creating the right balance of both these risk measures.
  8. Financial Analysis

    Adding Alpha Without Adding Risk

    Learn how to generate higher returns in your portfolio while keeping the same risk profile.
  9. Mutual Funds

    Why Hedge Funds Love Distressed Debt

    When hedge funds buy up bonds from bankrupt companies, should investors follow suit?
  10. Financial Analysis

    A Disaster-Protection Plan For Your Portfolio

    If you can't predict the future, you'll need to plan ahead to protect your assets from the impact of major world events.
  11. Financial Analysis

    Financial Forecasting: The Bayesian Method

    This method can help refine probability estimates using an intuitive process.
  12. Financial Analysis

    Game Theory: Beyond The Basics

    Take your game theory knowledge to the next level by learning about simultaneous games and the Nash Equilibrium.
  13. Markets & Economy

    The Basics Of Game Theory

    Break down and examine the potential consequences of economic/financial scenarios.