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Interview with investment specialist Chase Rubin

Known as one of the leading investment specialists in the Northeast, Chase Rubin arrived in New York City after completing his college education and has created a respected financial career. Throughout his adult life, Rubin has sought to develop his own financial position by making sure he had the right education and training in economics. Developing his interest in math and economics as a student, Rubin pushed himself to become one of the best-qualified investment specialists in the world.

After establishing himself in the financial sector in the Northeast of the U.S., a new home in New York's East Village stirred an interest in real estate which has since become a significant part Rubin’s career. Not only has Chase become one of the leading financial specialists in New York dedicated to traditional stocks and shares he has also championed the cause of non-traditional sectors. Following the crash of 2008, Chase Rubin understood the need to develop new areas of interest leading him to become an expert in the investment opportunities offered by emerging economies. A keen interest in technology has also led to the private investor extending his interest in startup tech companies in recent years.


How did you get started in the financial industry?

As a child, I always had an interest in math and excelled in lessons at high school and college. My economics professor at college developed my interest in the world of finance after he recognized my talents. After college, I arrived in New York City and worked for a series of major financial institutions which I learned a lot from but felt trapped by the rules many of these institutions operate under. For example, some of the world's leading financial institutions won't allow traders to invest in cryptocurrency or Blockchain options which seems crazy to me.

How do you stay ahead of the competition?

Research and a little bit of luck. I like to think I am always reading and researching to make sure I identify the latest trends in investing and technology. The luck I was talking about allows me to follow my gut instincts which have been proven right more than they have wrong.

Which business leaders, past or present, have inspired you the most?

I adore Sir Richard Branson, the founder and head of the Virgin group of companies. Not only has Sir Richard developed one of the most successful companies in the world, but he has also done so with a great sense of fun and been willing to give back to communities around the world. I first became aware of Branson when he was completing his daredevil stunts of crossing the Atlantic in a speedboat and trying to circle the globe in a hot air balloon in the 1980s.

What are some of your favorite tools and resources for your work?

My cell phone is indispensable; I could not complete my work in such a compelling way without access to the markets and latest news at all times. I also enjoy the chance to trade stocks for free which has led me to download the Robinhood app which can make the dream of stock investing for millions of people to come true.

Investing can be taxing, how do you relax?

It's been a difficult few years since 2008 when I was as amazed as everybody else about the stock market crash. Looking back on the events of the last decade, I now see I am a better person and stronger investor because of the market crash. After more than 20 years as an investor, I have learned a few different ways of relaxing including my hobby of cookery. By finding new recipes and ingredients, I find myself immersed in the food I am making and not thinking about my investments for a few hours. After making a meal or snack, I often feel refreshed and ready to face another session of investing.


What advice do you have for others who want to enter your sector?

My mother used to tell me, "Rome wasn't built in a day." My career has been a long and, at times the rocky road to reach the position I am in after 20 years, but I remain in it for the long-term. I believe it is also important to accept setbacks and learn from the mistakes often made in a career. A good example being the 2008 economic crash which I now believe is the best thing to happen to myself as I have been inspired to invest in a better way to protect my family from another crash.

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