Tyler has worked with us for about 4 years: doing anything that needed doing. From testing (tedious but critical) to creating new strategies that manage risk and optimize returns, to writing articles (137 of them!), handling customer issues and more. He has also created much of the course work that students use to learn investing, including the Equities Lab 101 course on every account. He’s been a joy to work with, a massive help, and more, and we are going to miss him.I say farewell to Tyler McCain for the best possible of reasons: he has succeeded in launching his RIA firm (McCain Management), and is working on it full time.This firm, his deep dive into the world of insurance, and his ability to pair these to solve his client’s future financial problems is awe inspiring. I wish him all the best, and more clients than he can handle :-). His deep dive into the world of insurance, and his ability to use it to solve his client’s future financial problems is awe inspiring. His deep dive into the world of insurance, and his ability to use it to solve his client’s future financial problems is awe inspiring.
Henry Crutcher is an avid family guy, board gamer (think Settlers of Catan, Puerto Rico, etc), computer nut, and all around geek. Hailing from Louisville, KY, he has noticed that the weather in Louisville is remarkably similar to the weather in Atlanta, GA despite the 407 miles that separate them. He has two daughters, one cat, and lots of trees. He loves the Miles Vorkosigan series from Lois McMaster Bujold, for its mix of SF, comedy and insight into how people work. He also comsumes more than his fair share of cheesy business/economics books, such as The Ascent of Money by Niall Ferguson, or Farewell to Alms, by Gregory Clark.