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.
Investing in Different Assets: What are Your Possible Choices?
You want to begin investing, but have no idea where to start. Here is your guide to investing in different assets, jargon-free.
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.
Beyond Expense Ratios: Weighing Holding Costs With Trading Costs
What’s more expensive—holding a fund, or trading it? It depends. We walk you through the important factors to consider when determining the total cost of either holding your funds or trading them.
Drivers of Investing: Time Value and Compound Interest
When it comes to investing, the longer you let your money grow and compound, the more money you can likely earn in returns.
How to Use 2018’s Market Volatility to Your Advantage
The latter half of 2018 was a period of increased volatility. We view this as an opportunity for every investor.
Look to the Fall of Fund Fees
Fund expense ratios continue to drop as funds compete for increasingly savvy investor dollars.
Displaying Performance to Shape Better Investor Behavior
Understanding your accounts’ performance can feel complicated. We’re advancing how we display performance to help answer your questions and make stronger investment decisions.
Smart Saver: A Low-Risk Account for Extra Cash
Providing a clearer answer for what to do with extra cash sitting in your checking and savings accounts: Smart Saver.
How Portfolio Rebalancing Works to Manage Risk
Portfolio rebalancing, when done effectively, can help manage risk and keep you on track to pursue the expected returns you want to reach your goals.
Why the Turbulence in the Stock Market?
Nobody has all the answers to why the market takes a nosedive, but it’s often useful to take a look at the economic precursors that may play a role in early-2018 market turbulence.