Exploring the 2020 Stock Market Recovery in the United States

November 23, 2020 | Author: Aaron Gilman

If you prefer to view this post as a Jupyter Notebook, you can view it that way at the end of the post. The S&P 500 has recovered all of the losses from the COVID crash earlier in the year. Does that also mean that all of the stocks in the index have recovered their …

When Changing Firms, What Questions Should You Be Asking?

November 18, 2020 | Author: Ned Van Riper

Financial Professionals can count on changing firms at least once, if not multiple times during their career.  Outside of corporate mergers and acquisitions, FP’s often reach a tipping point that triggers the search for a new broker-dealer and/or RIA partner; frustrations with their current firm have piled up and they can’t take it any longer.  …

Post Election Analysis – Taking Clues from the Market

November 12, 2020 | Author: Aaron Gilman

If you prefer to view this post as a Jupyter Notebook, you can view it that way at the end of the post. A Week After the Election – Looking at the week before and the week after the election through factors I always find it interesting, and sometimes useful to compare the performance of …

My New Favorite Interview Question

November 2, 2020 | Author: Chris Hamm

Intro We’ve done a lot of hiring over the past year. And with hiring comes interviews…lots of them. And with lots of interviews comes lots of practice, so much that I now have a lengthy bank of questions to pull from as needed when I’m talking to candidates. More recently, I started asking a specific, …

Election Prediction Odds and Market Correlations

October 27, 2020 | Author: Aaron Gilman