I write about hedge funds, distressed investing and women in finance as a contributor for Forbes. It is a column for both dilettantes and practitioners, with a loosely-inspired Sex and The City tone.

The 7 Habits Of Highly Successful Investors: A Hedge Fund Tribute (October 2022)
Why Are Women Launching Hedge Funds? (December 2021)
A September To Remember: Does Evergrande Feel Like Lehman? (September 2021)
Goldman Sachs’ Analysts Want Their Lives Back (March 2021)
The Retail Traders Revolution: Why They Are Not Clueless Video Game Addicts (January 2021)
A Twist In Style: How Distressed And Bankruptcy Investing Is Different This Time (January 2021)
Barbarians At The Gate II: Rise Of The Second Sex (December 2020)
Are Republican Presidents Good for Stocks? (November 2020)
Are Hedge Funds Too Big To Beat The S&P? (October 2020)

First published in 1934, Security Analysis is one of the most influential financial books ever written, providing generations of investors with the value investing philosophy and techniques of the legendary Benjamin Graham and David L. Dodd. Security Analysis, Seventh Edition features my contribution on the influence of Graham and Dodd on distressed investing.

Other publications

Financial Times, September 2020: Are Markets in a Bubble Because Traders Live in One?
CreditFlux, Sept 2018: Batting Averages and Board Rooms: What can statistics tell us about investment team diversity?
BusinessInsider, Feb 2018: Lack of Diversity in Hedge Funds