University of Rhode Island
- 10 years on trading desks of two major banks as a vice president and market risk advisor to corporations. Hold a bachelor's degree in economics with a concentration in finance. 15 years total in banking including personal, business banking
- Freelance financial blogger & writer. Clients include seekingalpha.com with over 150 articles, including analysis of equities, commodities, and disruptive technologies. Articles have been featured on MSN Money. Over 40 articles rewritten or edited for Investopedia.com
- Writer & copy editor for retirementincomeanalyst.com. Created articles on income generating strategies in retirement drawing from his personal banking experience
Chris Murphy is a financial writer with over 15 years experience in the financial services industry including 10 years on trading desks of two major banks. Chris was a vice president providing market risk analysis and hedging advice to businesses.
Currently, Chris is a freelance financial writer, blogger, and content marketer for companies and investment sites. His work has been published on SeekingAlpha.com, Investopedia.com, and featured on Reuters.com and MSN Money. Chris has also written numerous articles for wealth management firms.
Chris has written articles on a wide range of topics including equity analysis, crude oil, currencies, and blockchain technology. Chris wrote a series of retirement income articles for retirementincomeanalyst.com.
Chris received his bachelor's in economics and a concentration in finance from University of Rhode Island.
Quote from Chris B. Murphy
"I enjoy helping investors sort through the financial jargon of Wall Street to deliver a clear-cut description of what's driving the markets and ultimately stocks, bonds, and commodities."