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Robert Del Mauro

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Biography

Robert Del Mauro is an intern for Enterprising Investor. He currently studies economics as an undergraduate student at Seton Hall University in South Orange, New Jersey.

Author's Posts
Weekend Reads: The Eye of the Storm

Predicting the weather or predicting the markets — neither is possible with absolute certainty. This and other musings make up this week's Weekend Reads by Robert Del Mauro.

The Future of Digital Banking: What’s Next?

“Digital banking hasn’t actually arrived yet,” David M. Brear of 11:FS told Lauren Foster. But it's coming. He discussed how he anticipates digital banking and fintech to disrupt the finance industry.

Top Five Articles from July: Better Conversations, Basic Factors, and Emerging Market Equities

A discussion of how to have better client conversations by Isaac Presley, CFA; an analysis of a recent Eugene Fama presentation by Ron Rimkus, CFA; an examination of advice from career expert John Hellmann on how to rev up a sputtering job search by Peter M.J. Gross; a review of Javier Gonzalez's How to Make Money with Global Macro by Marc L. Ross, CFA; and an exploration of Devan Kaloo's assessment of the outlook for emerging market equities by Julie Hammond, CFA, were among the leading posts from Enterprising Investor in July.

Geopolitical Uncertainty in Investing: Plan for Every Scenario

Politics and geopolitics are polarizing and confusing. Yet it is critical that investors integrate such criteria into their analysis, according to Willis Sparks.

Investing in Family-Controlled Businesses: Benefits and Risks

Is the potential value of family-controlled businesses overlooked by investors or are these firms better off ignored? A panel at the Ben Graham Value Conference IV, hosted by CFA Society New York, discussed these firms and why they might be worth investing in. Robert Del Mauro explores key takeaways.

Lucy Kellaway on Office Life, Creativity, and Culture

Financial Times columnist Lucy Kellaway writes about office life, pushing back against some deep-rooted habits and misconceptions among workers and job applicants alike. She discussed her viewpoints on the financial workplace in a Take 15 interview with Lauren Foster, exploring such subjects as happiness, creativity, and the widespread use of misleading euphemisms.



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