Forbes Names Raul Elizalde as Contributing Columnist Covering Market Trends & Investing

Raul Elizalde President Path FinancialForbes has named Sarasota investment advisor Raul Elizalde as a full-time contributor for its website Forbes.com, which boasts a monthly digital readership of roughly 53.9 million. Elizalde has been a guest contributor for Forbes for over a year; beginning May 2018, he will write under his own byline (http://www.forbes.com/sites/raulelizalde) covering market trends, investment mistakes, and overlooked risks. His first column, “Sector ETFs Are Set For Massive Changes This Fall,” is already online at https://tinyurl.com/y8obut2r. Elizalde is the founder and chief investment officer of Path Financial, a Florida-registered investment advisory firm.

Elizalde focuses on analyzing historical trends to avoid current and future market risks and minimize investment vulnerability for his clients. As a former Wall Street strategist, Elizalde has advised portfolio managers across the US and the globe, and has made presentations at the World Bank, appeared as a market commentator on television (Reuters and Bloomberg TV) and has been quoted in the financial pages of The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, the Financial Times and The New York Times. Elizalde’s economic and investment analyses have been published online by some of the most respected financial media in the country, including Investopedia, Morningstar, Motley Fool, the Street and Yahoo! Finance. He also shares his insights monthly through Path Financial’s free, subscriber-based newsletter, “Straight Talk.”

In 2008, Elizalde relocated his family to Sarasota from New York City where his Wall Street career included positions as Global Fixed Income and Quantitative Strategist for ING Barings, Head of Research at Santander Investment Securities, and Fixed Income and Emerging Markets Strategist for Banc of America Securities. He holds an MS degree in engineering from University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, and an MBA degree from University of California at Los Angeles. He was licensed as a NYSE Supervisory Analyst and currently holds a NASAA 66 Investment Advisor Representative license.

Elizalde is the past chair and current member of the Asset Management Committee at State College of Florida. Path Financial, LLC, is located at 1990 Main St., in Sarasota, Florida, and is a Florida-registered investment firm, partnered with preferred account custodians Charles Schwab & Company and TD Ameritrade. For more information, call 941.350.7904, or connect on Twitter (@pathfin) and Facebook.com/PathFinancial.

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Seven Things Women Should Do Post-Divorce to Secure their Financial Stability

By: Oxana Saunders
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Divorce can be a traumatizing experience for all the parties involved, but women are often more vulnerable to financial difficulties if they had not been actively involved in their family finances during the marriage. The emotional toll of the divorce can make it even more difficult for women to deal with the new reality of being on their own and facing the challenges of becoming a successful head of household.

While all this can be very overwhelming, there are certain steps women can take to secure financial stability. The Forbes.com article linked below has excellent tips on the seven things women should do post-divorce to secure their financial stability — one of which is to find a financial advisor or planner who has experience helping divorced women, whose goals and needs can be very different from those of a married couple.

forbes logo imageSeven Must-Do Steps for Women Who Want Financial Stability Post-Divorce

If you find yourself overwhelmed with managing your finances after a divorce and need professional help, please contact me for a free consultation.
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Oxana Saunders Vice President Path FinancialOxana Saunders is the Vice President of Path Financial, LLC. She may be reached at 941.894.2571 or oxana@pathfinancial.net.

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