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Paul McCaffrey

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Biography

Paul McCaffrey is the editor of Enterprising Investor at CFA Institute. Previously, he served as an editor at the H.W. Wilson Company. His writing has appeared in Financial Planning and DailyFinance, among other publications. He holds a BA in English from Vassar College and an MA in journalism from the City University of New York (CUNY) Graduate School of Journalism.

Author's Posts
India: “The World’s Future Investment Hub”?

Could the investment profession's future be in India?

In Memoriam: John B. Neff, CFA

The investment world lost another legend in 2019.

11 Resume Tips: The Perfect Financial Services CV

Does your curriculum vitae (CV) pass the six-second test?

Seven Trends in Investment Management: Ronald N. Kahn

Investment management is evolving into three distinct branches, says Ronald N. Kahn: indexing, smart beta/factor investing, and pure alpha.

Plugging the Financial Literacy Gap: Start Early

What does an effective financial literacy program look like? CFA Society Atlanta and the ASFIP Foundation have some insights.

Aswath Damodaran on Acquisitions: Just Say No

Aswath Damodaran has a blunt message for companies considering an acquisition: "Don't do it."

Top 10 Posts from 2018: Chart Crimes, Political Divides, AI, and the Skill Ratio

What Enterprising Investor articles most resonated with readers this year? The results offer an illuminating look into the forces that shaped finance in 2018.

Timothy Geithner: The Financial Crisis 10 Years Later

Former US Treasury secretary Timothy Geithner sat down with Andrew W. Lo for an extraordinary conversation to mark the 10-year anniversary of the global financial crisis.

What Millennials Want: Not What You Think

Everyone thinks they have millennials figured out. But a new report suggests we don't know what we think we know about this critical demographic, especially when it comes to investing.

Fixed Income: “Take What the Market Gives You”

"The thing about fixed income is avoiding the downside," says PGIM's Gregory Roberts. "We get penalized for losses and get very little for getting things right."



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