My name is Geoff Considine. I have worked in quantitative finance (mainly in portfolio management, trading analytics and fintech) and related statistical modeling for more than 20 years. Prior to that I was a research scientist at NASA, working on statistical analysis relating to climate change.
I have written many articles and white papers on quantitative portfolio analysis, investing, personal finance, and related themes. This site provides references and links to my work from the past, as well as providing a platform for sharing my current thinking on a range of topics relating to finance and economics.
My writing on this blog is about general financial and economic topics. My recent posts on Seeking Alpha and Investing.com are focused on investment analysis.
Please contact me if you are looking for someone who can help your organization build out quantitative models and dashboards, write whitepapers or articles communicating about statistics or quantitative methods, or implement quantitative tools. I am also available to assist in product development, including writing functional requirements for quantitative software and working with development teams on implementation and testing.
Telephone: 303-520-3724 / Email: email@example.com
Most recent blog posts
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Please note: the analysis presented on this website and blog is for educational purposes and should not, under any circumstances, be construed as advice. Neither Geoff Considine nor Quantext provides financial advice of any kind.