Trevir Nath

  • • 5 years experience as a financial writer working with various startups, financial services companies and news publications.
  • • Prior experience developing and executing a content strategy for financial brands.
  • • Work regularly appears on CNBC, Bloomberg, Investopedia, Nasdaq and Northwestern Mutual.

Experience

Experienced writer with a background in finance, investing and economics. Prior to writing, Trevir was pursuing a Master's Degree in Economic where he began to appreciate the inner workings of the markets and economy. This led into a successful career as a financial writer and content strategist for established and growing brands. His work now regularly appears in major publications like CNBC, Bloomberg, and Investopedia.

Education

Trevir received his Bachelors from Rutgers University in Economics & Psychology and his Masters in Economics from The New School.

Quote from Trevir

"I enjoy producing content that readers can use to make better decisions with their money."

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