• • 10+ years of experience working as a consultant to retail and institutional investors
  • • Freelance writer who contributes to a wide range of communications media
  • • His original writing style has garnered industry accolades with numerous awards

Experience

Steven Nickolas (pseudonym) is a highly accomplished freelance writer who integrates his years of work and life experiences into writing articles for a wide range of communications media. His work regularly appears in the broadcast world and on digital outlets, as well as in traditional print and social media.

Regarding content, Steven is comfortable tackling almost any topic–from beer to banking and everything in between. He is known for putting a creative spin on any subject he touches. His portfolio of financial and business articles is striking and includes more than 300 pieces written for Investopedia. His work also appears on Seeking Alpha, and in syndication on Yahoo Finance. Steven excels at turning complicated concepts into engaging reads for both professional and amateur investors.

A small sample of topics Steven covers include hedging and risk management solutions, calculating the return on assets (ROA), using derivatives for risk management, and the difference between a capitalist system and a free-market system.

Steven can include work for an impressive array of agencies and companies in his portfolio. These include Grey (NYC), The Richards Group, R & R Partners, Ogilvy & Mather, McCann Erickson, Digitas, American Express, Bank of America, Capital One, The New York Times, and Newsday.

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