Richard Wiegand graduated magna cum laude from Amherst College with a degree in political science, then went on to receive a masters degree in international economics and finance from the Fletcher School, Tufts University.
Richard then co-managed international fixed income portfolios for institutional fund management companies in Paris and New York. During his career, Richard developed competitive trading models and analytics for fixed income, foreign exchange and equity fund managers. Richard also worked for an institutional equity research team specializing in country risk and sector valuation as well as tracking investor fund flows.
Currently, Richard manages individual retirement accounts and runs proprietary investment models. He has taught courses on investing as an adjunct professor at the Jack Welch School of Business at Sacred Heart University and teaches personal finance, business math and basics of investing at adult education learning centers in the New Haven and Waterbury CT area.
Richard’s articles have appeared in Barrons and SeekingAlpha.com. He has been a guest speaker at American Association of Individual Investors conferences and at high schools in Connecticut.
Provide sound and relevant financial advice to clients while implementing growth investment strategies that seek to maximize reward relative to risk.