I Think I Quit, Yea, I Quit

30 Aug

After a handful or so of years in a job I didn’t particularly enjoy (to say the least), I’ve resigned from my job at a large financial services firm to take some time off and go get my Masters here in NYC.  I met and worked with some great people (and unfortunately, some not so great) and found the time (which I seldom had in my previous job) to start writing frequently for 1-2 Knockout, here, The Atlantic, Seeking Alpha, Business Insider, and maintain a pretty active twitter feed.

Going forward, hopefully I’ll be posting more often, however, I’ll likely be posting my more heavily-researched/longer-form work under my real name, elsewhere.

I’m in the process of bringing more smart financial professionals onto the Stone Street Advisors team, so expect good things to come.  If you’re interested in it, and promise to write more frequently than @comfortably_smug, shoot me an email and we’ll talk it out.  I’m a pretty flexible “boss” and everyone who writes here as 99% autonomy to post whatever/whenever they want.

If you’re interested in following me/reading the stuff I post under my real name, shoot me and email and I’ll consider sharing that information with you.


2 Responses to “I Think I Quit, Yea, I Quit”

  1. TGFD August 30, 2010 at 6:13 pm #


    Thanks for all the informative articles that you and your associates at Stone Street Advisors have written. While I can’t say that TGFD understands everything you wrote, I can say that I’ve enjoyed muddling through the information.

    Thanks again for sending out all those frequent email updates.

    Your friend,


  2. @adamsussman August 30, 2010 at 6:46 pm #

    Good luck heading back to school.
    Please keep me in the loop.

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