Nathan Jaye, CFA, is a keynote speaker, financial journalist and founder of Ziprz, a new fashion company in San Francisco. Jaye's insights and writing on human intelligence, technology and meaning have been shared on Business Insider, the American Monetary Association, American Mensa, New York Hedge Fund Roundtable and 100 People You Should Know.
What do practitioners need to know about financial market history? Nathan Jaye, CFA, interviews David Chambers and Elroy Dimson, editors of Financial Market History: Reflections on the Past for Investors Today, for their insights on this question.
“We need to make investment plans that adapt to market conditions and also take into account our own personal frailties,” says Andrew W. Lo.
"We don't pay enough attention to the big obvious problems that are in front of us," says Michele Wucker, the author who coined the term gray rhino. Investors should learn to identify four kinds of gray rhinos: charging, recurring, meta, and unidentified, she explains in an interview with Nathan Jaye, CFA. Each type can require different solutions.
Why do you want to lead? How do you know if you’re on the right track — and the right track for you? Increasingly, authentic leadership is vital to success. Bill George is the author of True North: Discover Your Authentic Leadership and Discover Your True North, among other books. In this interview, George discusses the concept of True North, why it’s unique for everyone, and what’s changed about leadership over the past decade.
Writing and speaking skills are clearly paramount to building relationships with clients and colleagues, but according to Tom Brakke, CFA, communication in the investment industry too often takes a backseat to more analytical skills. In an interview with Nathan Jaye, CFA, Brakke discusses strategies for improving both written and verbal communications.
Kal Ghayur, CFA, discusses the importance of self-awareness as a career navigation tool, how to align one’s values with career management choices, the dangers of mis-fit risk, the process by which work can potentially be made more fun, and the motivation that drove him to write Career Success: Navigating the New Work Environment, with Dwight D. Churchill, CFA.
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