“Use only that which works, discard what doesn’t, and take it from any place you can find it.”

Economist presents that if stock markets are efficient and unpredictable then a blindfolded chimpanzee throwing darts at the Wall Street Journal could select a portfolio that would do as well as the portfolio selected by experts.

Investors and economists commonly believe that the market is efficient, meaning the current price already reflects all current publicly available information. However, as new research has found, this might not be 100% correct.

The purpose here is to selectively accumulate ideas that work within the investing and trading circle and eliminate those which do not work. We eliminate ideas fueled by hype and hysteria, identifying truth in a sea of lies.

We believe in the use of peer-reviewed articles and the work of reputable academics and Nobel prize winners to determine practical investing and trading ideas. 

We officially opened The Financial Bread website on September 16, 2019, and wrote our first article. We focus to provide quality over quantity. To our surprise, we generated thousands of views in our first week of being online. 

My Education and Other Information

We created this website as a side project to educate. As the founder, I graduated from the University of Virginia (UVA) and The College of William and Mary (W&M). I earned my bachelor’s in psychology, getting familiar with research methods and human psychology. I, then,  went to W&M, for my master’s in accounting. I am a former public accountant who worked at a big 4 accounting firm and a former investment consultant at Creative Investment Incorporated.

My experience ranges from Aerospace and Defense to Financial Service accounting. During this time, I also contributed to the book: “JOBs Act: Crowd Funding for Small Business and Startups” and received honorable mentions for my research contribution. 

Contact

thefinancialbread@gmail.com