Daniel John Grady is a financial analyst and regularly contributes strategy articles over at BinaryOptionStrategy.com. He is a former CFO with a degree in Financial Management and has been published in both English and Spanish. With over eight years of equities trading experience, he is primarily interested in foreign exchange and emerging markets with a focus on Latin America. Besides also speaking Spanish and Portuguese, he sometimes writes English in the third person.
Writing and Editorial Background:
Daniel showed a very early interest in writing in general, although he initially funneled his creativity into computer programming. He’s fluent in HTML, conversant in CSS and Java, and might be able to communicate in C. However, his primary interest is in reaching out to readers with compelling articles that are both informative and interesting.
As such, he’s crafted several advertising campaigns and developed entire websites to match. With the rise of social media, he has become adept at both SEO and SMM; understanding that quality content is what drives views. Generally he likes to leverage in his extensive financial knowledge and experience, writing about financial matters.
But not everything is all work. In his down-time, Daniel is a prolific storyteller, and writes short stories (some of which can be sampled here) when he can spare some creativity from his forthcoming novel. He loves to travel, and hopes to have the opportunity to help his fellow travelers with his writing.
Some publication history
Minibiography: Mario Yepes, 2012, ISBN 1422226646, Amazon.
Research paper (Editor): Effects of Plyometric Training Volume and Training Surface on Explosive Strength, 2013, US National Library of Medicine.
Some employment history
Financial Manager: 2004-2011, Exse Ltd. Commercial services company.
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