Claus Vistesen is a Danish economist who has several years' experience working for independent macroeconomic research firms. He is currently the Chief Eurozone Economist for Pantheon Macroeconomics. At Pantheon, Claus focusses on the Eurozone, with particular emphasis on the core economies of Germany and France, and on ECB policy.He is keen to argue that the Eurozone still has a business cycle, despite its manifest structural problems, and that investors who focus only on the long-term fundamentals run the risk of missing significant investment opportunities.
Jin Won Choi, 35, is the founder of MoneyGeek, a blog to help less wealthy people invest wisely. Choi has a PhD in applied mathematics, with a specialization in financial mathematics. He worked at a top performing hedge fund for two years as an oil and gas analyst, where he “helped the rich get richer” and quit his job on August 2012, to start working on MoneyGeek. He is also the author of The Short Book on Investments For Canadians. Choi belongs to the value investing camp:
Scott Pape, 39, is the creator of Barefoot Investor blog, author of The Only Money Guide You'll Ever Need. He grew up in the small country town of Ouyen, Victoria, in Australia working the land with his father — barefoot and free. And that’s why he’d gone into finance: not for the wealth, or the notoriety, or the $300 pairs of jeans. He just wanted to keep his freedom.
Intelligent Economist is a blog created in 2011 by Prateek Agarwal while studying Economics at the University of Southern California (USC). After graduation, Prateek worked in strategy and marketing roles in the Healthcare and Luxury Fashion industry. He now specializes in Strategy and Content Marketing.
Stephen G. Cecchetti, Professor of International Economics at the Brandeis International Business School and Kermit L. Schoenholtz, Professor of Management Practice in the Department of Economics of New York University’s Leonard N. Stern School of Business joined forces and created moneyandbanking.com in 2014 .