Los Angeles as a Tech Hub: Q&A With NMS Capital Group’s Trevor Saliba
December 03, 2020
Los Angeles has always been a hub for entertainment and real estate. However, in recent years the city has gained significant traction as a technology hub.
How the Sports Gambling and Stock Trading Worlds Collided in 2020
November 26. 2020
With stimulus checks flowing in and much of the economy shut down this year, millions of Americans have found themselves in an unfamiliar situation - sitting on too much cash with few avenues to spend it.
The Biden Administration’s Impact on Markets
November 13. 2020
After a tumultuous election, President-elect Joe Biden is set to take the oval office in January 2021. The new administration promises a swift reversal of several Trump-era policies and the implementation of new ones that could deeply impact capital markets and investors.
How The Results of Next Week’s Elections Could Impact Wealthy Investors
November 02. 2020
The intense political battle raging across the United States hits a tipping point next week.
What Does Trump’s Coronavirus Infection Mean for Investors?
October 05. 2020
The White House has confirmed that President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump have both tested positive for COVID-19.
U.S. College Endowment Funds: What Are They Good For?
June 29. 2020
In a year rife with crises, America’s higher education institutions are facing their toughest battle in history. On the one hand, students are questioning the value paying for an expensive college degree when their university experience is vastly diminished.
The East-West Wage Gap for Family Offices is Narrowing
June 20. 2020
Family office professionals working in the United States were once again the most well-paid in the world. However, C-suite executives at Asian family offices are rapidly catching up.
VCs commit to making a difference
June 05. 2020
Institutional investors and venture capitalists have stepped in to bridge the gaps in funding for founders who are ethnic minorities. Last year, 77.1% of founders who raised venture capital were white, according to Crunchbase. Meanwhile, less than 1% were African American.