- • 8 years of experience working in finance and financial journalism
- • Former financial advisor and banker for AXA Equitable and JP Morgan
- • Holds the Series 7 and 63 licenses
Georgina is a former financial advisor who now studies post-industrial capitalist structures at New York University. She has eight years of experience with concentrations in asset management, portfolio management, private client banking, and investment research. Georgina has written on mortgage markets for Investopedia. Her interest in financial writing came from her professional experience and working with clients and hearing first-hand what they wanted to learn about. Georgina's current areas of study focus on demand side economic policies and growth indicators for OECD markets.
Georgina is currently studying for her master's degree in political economy from New York University.
Quote from Georgina
"Working with clients directly and helping them through vulnerable times taught me that most people feel better about their financial decisions the more informed they are. Knowing what exactly is happening to your money is integral for any investment, and writing to contribute to that process is very rewarding. I saw many people lose money making investments that could have been easily avoided. Open resources help investors of all levels increase their knowledge and protect themselves from harm, and if I am able to help I'm more than happy to do so."
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