Trevir Nath

Trevir Nath graduated in 2011 from Rutgers University with a Bachelors in Economics & Psychology. His Psychology and Economics degrees increased his understanding of financial markets from a human behavior perspective. Looking to further his understanding of financial markets, he went on to obtain his Masters in Economics from the New School graduating in May 2014. He focused his research efforts in macroeconomic effects in developing countries with econometric analysis. Over the past 2 years, Trevir has worked in the field of accounting and finance supporting the hospitality industry in New York City. He has also worked with non-profits to promote developmental causes in third world countries.

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  1. Markets & Economy

    How Airbnb Makes Money

    Companies like Airbnb have taken advantage of technological innovations to create platforms that connect individuals to exchange ...
  2. High Net Worth Strategy

    The Short Guide to Insure Stock Market Losses

    First time stock investors may ask: is there any way to buy insurance on stocks to prevent losses?
  3. Alternative Investments

    Getting Market Leverage: CFD versus Spread Betting

    Compare and contrast: CFD versus Spread Betting investment products, which offer significant market exposure with a small ...
  4. Alternative Investments

    Contract for Difference (CFD) Risks

    Contracts for differences are flexible, highly leverageable trading instruments. They offer potentially outsized returns ...
  5. Markets & Economy

    Fractal Markets Hypothesis (FMH)

    Fractal Markets Hypothesis is an alternative investment theory to Efficient Market Hypothesis (EMH). It analyzes the daily ...
  6. Investing Strategy

    Neuroeconomics

    Neuroeconomics attempts to link economics, psychology and neuroscience to better understand economic decision making.
  7. Investing Strategy

    How Investment Risk Is Quantified

    FInancial advisors and wealth management firms use a variety of tools based in modern portfolio theory to quantify investment ...
  8. Artificial Intelligence

    Financial Singularity

    A financial singularity is the point at which investment decisions are better left to intelligent machines rather than human ...
  9. Robo-Advisor

    Betterment Review 2016: Fees and Investment Facts

    Betterment is the largest robo-advisor with more than $10 billion in assets under management. Here is what to expect when ...
  10. Cybersecurity

    How Safe Is Venmo And Why Is It Free?

    Venmo is a digital wallet that allows users to send money with ease. Millions use the service, but is it actually safe?
  11. Managing Wealth

    4 Reasons Why Investors Like Buybacks

    Buybacks benefit investors by improving shareholder value, increasing share prices, and creating tax beneficial opportunities.
  12. Robo-Advisor

    Wealthfront Review 2017: Fees and Investment Facts

    Wealthfront is one of the premier robo-advisors. Here's a breakdown of the brokerage's fees and features.
  13. High Net Worth Strategy

    How Social Impact Bonds Work

    Social impact bonds are one way to funnel money to projects that will impact society.
  14. Stocks

    Yahoo Poised to Tumble After Strong Start to 2017

    Fundamental and technical analysis point to additional pain for Yahoo in the coming weeks
  15. Stocks

    Dark Clouds Over Canadian Solar in 2017 (CSIQ)

    The cards are stacked against CSIQ: macro issues, weak fundamentals and a technical breakdown all point to a slump in 2017.
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