Matthew Farley

Matthew Farley

Expertise: Fundamental Analysis, Technical Analysis

Education: Bachelor of Business Studies, Economics, Auckland University

Awards & Accomplishments: Financial Modeling & Valuation Analyst (FMVA)

Matthew Farley is a stock analyst and journalist who aims to bring a rational voice to the financial markets. He has written for publications such as the Motley Fool, Seeking Alpha, and New Scientist magazine, among others. Matthew has a particular interest in creating low-volatility portfolios and dividend investing.

Matthew spent most of his career in financial technology startups before he began writing about the markets in 2018. As such, he is long on cryptocurrencies and related Web 3.0 technologies, AI, large language models (LLM), and other disruptive platforms that are leading humanity forward.

Matthew’s investment philosophy is to build wealth slowly, preserve capital, and let compounding do the heavy lifting for you. As such, he owns shares in many blue-chip, established “boring” companies that have been around for decades with some adventurous incursions thrown into risky moonshots (as he’s still young).

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