Osi Momoh

  • • MBA candidate at Duke's Fuqua School of Business
  • • Worked professionally as an investment broker and researcher
  • • Served as a senior financial analyst and managing financial editor for more than 6 years

Experience

Osi Momoh has worked in the investments industry for ten years, both as a client-facing broker and as a researcher and financial analyst for Investopedia, making her way to Managing Financial Editor. At Investopedia, Osi was not only a regular contributor, but oversaw new content dealing with finance, economics, and more. She is currently pursuing an MBA degree at Duke University's prestigious Fuqua School of Business in North Carolina, and already holds an MSc in finance from Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT).

Education

Osi earned her Bachelor's degree in finance from the University of Lethbridge, her MSc in finance from Rochester Instute of Technology, and is pursuing an MBA at Duke.

Investopedia and Dotdash

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  1. Financial Analysis

    Goodwill

    Goodwill is an intangible asset that arises as a result of the acquisition of one company by another for a premium value.
  2. Financial Analysis

    Variable Cost

    A variable cost is a corporate expense that changes in proportion with production output.
  3. Financial Analysis

    Unlevered Beta

    Unlevered beta is the beta of a company without any debt.
  4. Tax Deductions / Credits

    Itemized Deduction

    Itemized deductions allow taxpayers to take out more from their taxable income than they could by using the standard deduction. ...
  5. Income Tax

    Standard Deduction

    The IRS standard deduction is a portion of income that is not subject to tax and can be used to reduce a tax bill in lieu ...
  6. Financial Analysis

    Current Ratio

    The current ratio is a liquidity ratio that measures a company's ability to pay short-term and long-term obligations.
  7. Tax Deductions / Credits

    Additional Child Tax Credit

    The Additional Child Tax Credit is the refundable portion of the Child Tax Credit that can be claimed by families who owe ...
  8. Investing

    Stock Symbol (Ticker)

    A stock symbol is a unique series of letters assigned to a security for trading purposes.
  9. Banking

    Outstanding Check

    An outstanding check draws on the funds in an individual’s or business’ bank account, but has not yet been cashed or deposited ...
  10. Virtual Currency

    Initial Coin Offering (ICO)

    An Initial Coin Offering (ICO) is an unregulated means by which funds are raised for a new cryptocurrency venture.
  11. Banking

    Overdraft Protection

    Overdraft protection is a fund transfer or loan that banks offer to customers to cover checks or debits larger than their ...
  12. Banking

    State Employees’ Credit Union (SECU)

    The State Employees’ Credit Union (SECU) is a nonprofit financial institution that is owned by employees of the State of ...
  13. Banking

    Paga

    Paga is a mobile payment platform that allows its users to transfer money and make payments through their mobile devices.
  14. Banking

    M-Pesa

    M-Pesa is a mobile banking service that allows users to store and transfer money through their mobile phones.
  15. Banking

    Money Order

    A money order is a certificate, usually issued by governments and banking institutions, that allows the stated payee to receive ...
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