CapitalistLAD is a financial blog written by two young lads. The blog title is an adaptation of the famous UK entertainment media site UNILAD. The blog strives to educate millennials about finance, business, and the economy through engaging content with a generous serving of humour in every article. Financial apathy amongst millennials is a growing concern that should be addressed, preferably by millennials like the authors themselves. Both authors contributing to the blog had started their investment journey in their teen years and they believe that anyone with the right knowledge and attitude towards the financial markets can do the same.
Brandon Lau, Co-Founder
Having been introduced to the world of investing at the ripe age of 14, Brandon has continued to invest and accumulate knowledge about investing. At the age of 17, he completed a course on Corporate Valuation in Columbia University and applied this knowledge to create a portfolio of Value and Growth Stocks. Brandon is currently reading Finance at the London School of Economics and Political Science. He is a Sector Head in the LSE SU Virtual Investment Fund and also a subcommittee member in the LSE SU Trading Society. Since young, financial education has always been something that he has believed in and thus wants to empower other youth to make good financial decisions.
Nigel Fernandez, Co-Founder
Nigel is an enthusiastic derivatives trader and income investor. His portfolio of high dividend stocks has given him a consistent stream of passive income year after year. He current reads Business Management at Singapore Management University. With the proliferation of disruptive innovation in Fintech, his portfolio has recently included alternative investments such as peer-to-peer lending and cryptocurrencies. Nigel is also passionate about helping youth make informed financial decisions that will allow them to change their financial destiny.
Kenneth Tan, Contributor
Kenneth is a passionate trader and tech enthusiast. He trades mainly FOREX and aspires to improve his returns year after year. He is currently reading Computer Science at the National University of Singapore. Through his analyses, he hopes to break the abstraction of FOREX to the youth, allowing them to make better trading decisions in the markets.