Financial fiction review: ‘Cracks In The Ceiling’ by Dave Cornford

Love financial fiction? So do I. And I review them for you! In this post I’m reviewing… Cracks In The Ceiling by Dave Cornford Short stories exploring the aftermath of the global financial meltdown. REVIEW: When I read a novel, I want an engaging start, a tense middle, and a cathartic ending. But when I […]

Financial fiction review: ‘Gods of Greenwich’ by Norb Vonnegut

Love financial fiction? So do I. And I review them for you! In this post I’m reviewing… Gods of Greenwich by Norb Vonnegut Financial fiction with a twist of suspense, art arbitrage, insurance hedging, and a beautiful assassin. OVERVIEW: This story is about Jimmy Cusack, who is forced to shut down his hedge fund and […]

Financial fiction review: ‘Top Producer’ by Norb Vonnegut

Love financial fiction? So do I. And I review them for you! In this post I’m reviewing… Top Producer by Norb Vonnegut Financial fiction meets crime fiction: Read how a top producer uncovers financial fraud. OVERVIEW: The story is about Grover O’Rourke, a “top producer” at an investment bank. His best friend, Charlie Kelerman, owns […]

Financial advisor article published at Agent eNews: Skyrocket Your Business With a Board of Mentors

I’m co-writing a series of articles for financial professionals, along with my colleague Rosemary Smyth, an international coach to financial advisors. One of our articles was posted at the Agent eNews blog. The article lists a really cool strategy to strengthen your skills with mentors. Check out the article at the link below: Build Your […]