Economics, financial markets, commodities, commentary, religion
Fishing, spirituality, reading, horse riding
Senior thesis on the hong Kong monetary system.
Wrote case study on the pitfalls of commodity risk management
Graduated from the prestigious NYU Business & Economics Reporting program.
Simon regularly writes personal finance stories for U.S. News & World Report, WSJ.com and Forbes. He covers both the basics of budgeting, plus how to invest effectively.
Regularly write agriculture columns for the Barron's magazine. Typical topics include the outlook for grain markets as well as livestock.
Craft content for a variety of leading financial institutions. The focus is usually on educating readers and potential clients to the risks involved.
Simon regularly contributes to a variety of leading publications including The Wall Street Journal, Barron's, Forbes, TheStreet, U.S. News & World Report.
Simon has conducted in excess of 12,000 live on-camera interviews with a variety of experts. Topics covered include geopolitics, warfare, natural disasters, economics, business, stock markets, and culture.
Co-author of the award-winning Wall Street Journal Guide to the 50 Economic Indicators that Really Matter