Martha V. Shelton

Martha V. Shelton

Martha Shelton graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with degrees in finance and economics. She spent her time traveling before working on Wall Street in sell-side research. Shelton currently resides in New York; she is a CFA charterholder and holds Series 7, 63, 86 and 87 licenses.

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  1. How To Transition Into A Finance Career
    Professionals

    How To Transition Into A Finance Career

    If you are pondering a midlife career change that involves a transition into finance, then here are a few tips that will help.
  2. A Day In The Life Of A Financial Analyst
    Professionals

    A Day In The Life Of A Financial Analyst

    Generally speaking, a day in the life of a junior or senior analyst can be very labor intensive.
  3. Do The Political Opinions Of Celebrities Matter?
    Economics

    Do The Political Opinions Of Celebrities Matter?

    Celebrities have run the gamut when it comes to adopting political positions. Find out if they make a difference.
  4. Countries With The Largest Shadow Markets
    Personal Finance

    Countries With The Largest Shadow Markets

    These nations have the largest informal economies relative to their respective GDPs.
  5. Useful Balance Sheet Metrics
    Investing Basics

    Useful Balance Sheet Metrics

    These metrics can help you better understand the information found on balance sheets.
  6. The Psychology Of Poverty
    Personal Finance

    The Psychology Of Poverty

    Though there are many factors that influence consumers' spending habits, household income is one of the most influential factors.
  7. How Much 20-Somethings Should Save For Retirement
    Retirement

    How Much 20-Somethings Should Save For Retirement

    Here is an outline of how you should save for retirement when you are in your 20s.
  8. Evaluating A Statement Of Cash Flows
    Personal Finance

    Evaluating A Statement Of Cash Flows

    The metrics for the Statement of Cash Flows is best viewed over time.
  9. The True Cost Of Poverty
    Personal Finance

    The True Cost Of Poverty

    Nearly 47% of Americans live at or below the poverty line. Despite safety nets, lower-income people still face challenges.
  10. How Cell Phones Have Changed Your Budget
    Budgeting

    How Cell Phones Have Changed Your Budget

    The cost of owning a cell phone wasn't a factor for people less than two decades ago. Today, there seems to be no end to the additional charges that come from owning a smartphone.
  11. 10 Best Smartphone Apps For Seniors
    Personal Finance

    10 Best Smartphone Apps For Seniors

    Whether it's for health, news or personal finance, these apps can be useful for seniors. Best of all, they are free.
  12. 6 Pricey iPhone Apps
    Personal Finance

    6 Pricey iPhone Apps

    Do you think all apps are 99 cents? If you do, think again. These apps will cost you $1,000 each.
  13. Best Credit Card Features For Students
    Credit & Loans

    Best Credit Card Features For Students

    Students should look for credit cards that charge no annual fees, have a low introductory interest rate and offer rewards or money.
  14. Sizing Up Debt
    Credit & Loans

    Sizing Up Debt

    Ever wonder if the different types of debt are good or bad? Read on and we'll tell you.
  15. Student Loans Now Exceed $1 Trillion
    Budgeting

    Student Loans Now Exceed $1 Trillion

    Certain life milestones are put on hold for graduates.
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