Weekly Market Commentary for June 29, 2020

Weekly Market Commentary for June 29, 2020

The Markets Blame it on the coronavirus. Stock markets in the United States and Europe retreated last week as the number of new COVID-19 cases increased steadily in America. On Thursday, there were more than 44,000 new cases, the highest daily total to date, according...
Weekly Market Commentary for June 22, 2020

Weekly Market Commentary for June 22, 2020

The Markets Could it be the upside surprises? U.S. stock markets have marched higher despite a pandemic, an economic downturn, and social justice protests – and a lot of people have wondered why. Greg Rosalsky of Plant Money spoke with Nobel Prize-winning...
Weekly Market Commentary for June 15, 2020

Weekly Market Commentary for June 15, 2020

The Markets The Nasdaq Composite dipped its toes into record territory last week before retreating. Stock indices in the United States rallied early last week on optimism about the reopening of businesses across the country. The Nasdaq Composite rose to 10,000 for the...
Weekly Market Commentary for June 8, 2020

Weekly Market Commentary for June 8, 2020

The Markets The employment report electrified U.S. stock markets last week. American stock markets responded enthusiastically to the news U.S. unemployment was 13.3 percent in May. If it seems inexplicable double-digit unemployment would thrill investors, there is a...

Tosin Deju
Consultant
561-623-5492
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Tosin joins Novem Group with over 20 years of experience in the financial industry, and 15 years as a management consultant. She worked previously with IBM Global Business Services in the Financial Services practice as a Senior Change Management Consultant and Project Manager. Prior to that, she worked with Datek Online as a Customer Service Rep and an Accounts Principal, and held her Series 7, 63, 24, and 4 licenses.

Tosin holds an MBA in Finance, Entrepreneurship, and Entertainment, Media & Technology from the NYU Stern School of Business. She was a Consortium for Graduate Studies in Management Fellow, and selected student representative for the Harlem Small Business Initiative and Clinton Foundation Partnership. Tosin also holds an undergraduate degree in Biological Sciences from Rutgers University.

Tosin serves on the board of directors of Providence Foundation, a microloans program supporting local widows in entrepreneurship in Africa. She is also the Secretary for the Mary Adetayo Okunuga Foundation, a non-profit organization that aids families in need in Africa. She is currently the treasurer for BEECH Homeschool Group, a non-profit homeschooling organization in Cumming, Georgia, and former treasurer for CHEER Homeschool Group E-Day program. She is married with three daughters, and lives with her family in Georgia.