- • 13 years professional experience as a derivatives trader and 5 years in private wealth management.
- • Masters degree in economics and pursuing a PhD in economic sociology/social studies of finance.
- • CFA charterholder, FINRA Series 7 & 63, and Life & Health Insurance Licenses.
Adam's expertise lies in the social studies of finance and technology. He writes about the influence of FinTech on society, including innovations such as Bitcoin & blockchains, RoboAdvisors, and InsureTech. Adam has also written on topics such as behavioral finance, personal investing, financial risk, and derivatives. His past expertise includes more than a decade of professional work on Wall Street as a derivatives trader and private wealth manager. Adam is currently pursuing a PhD in sociology where he studies economic sociology and the social studies of finance.
Adam received his Bachelors from Cornell University, his Masters from The New School for Social Research (MA in economics) and is currently attending University of Wisconsin-Madison for his PhD in Sociology.
Quote from Adam
"Too many people are scared of 'finance' for whatever reason. Finance needs to be de-mystified so that this fear is turned into the ability to recognize and take advantage of economic opportunities through investment, saving, and smart spending."
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