Director of Investing, Betterment
Adam Grealish is Director of Investing at Betterment. Prior to joining Betterment, Adam was a vice president at Goldman Sachs, where he traded macro credit products. Adam holds an honors degree in economics from University of Chicago.
Articles written by Adam
Betterment Office Hours: April 8, 2020
Watch the video from our first Advice and Investing Office Hours and get answers to questions that customers just like you asked our team.
Should Investors Be Worried About Coronavirus?
While many factors affect stock market volatility, coronavirus is the leading cause of recent ups and downs.
The Betterment Portfolio Strategy
Betterment’s core portfolio strategy is based on Nobel Prize-winning research. We continually improve the portfolio strategy over time in line with our research-focused investment philosophy.
Assessing a Portfolio’s Diversification
Guidance on diversification to help you make portfolio changes, knowing the potential impact to the future performance of your investments.
Optimizing Performance in Lower Risk Betterment Portfolios
In this methodology, we provide insight into how we optimize the performance of the lower risk bonds in Betterment's portfolios.
Cash Reserve Has A Variable APY: What That Means For You
Interest rates change over time, but at Betterment, we are always working hard to help give you one of the best rates possible so you can make the most of your money.
The Recommended Allocation For Our Safety Net Goal Has Changed
Your Safety Net goal should ideally beat inflation while also taking on minimal risk. Learn about our updated portfolio allocation recommendations for your emergency funds.
Why Stock Market News Might Be Misleading You
Learn to separate the meaningful information from the noise. Knowing the right way to interpret market news can help us to make smarter decisions about how to manage our investments.
Understanding The Inverted Yield Curve
Our economy is about to make history. June of 2019 marked 10 years of expansion of the U.S. economy, which ties with the previous record spanning March 1991 to March 2001.