Joseph Halpern

Joseph
Halpern
Founder and CEO,
Exceed Investments

Joe Halpern is the CEO of Exceed Investments, an investment company focused on developing next-generation structured investments. Over a 20 year financial services career, Joe Halpern has structured, priced and traded billions of dollars in structured products, exotic derivatives and listed vanilla options. Additionally, Joe Halpern has managed trading groups, supervised risk management and participated in executive level, firm-wide strategic initiatives for several leading financial institutions.

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Introducing Protection Into Your Portfolio
VIEWPOINTS: Joseph Halpern, CEO, Exceed Investments; Structured investing - taking a look at the various tools available to protect against downside exposure.
Do Structured Notes Answer Smart Beta Investors' Greatest Unmet Need?
VIEWPOINTS: Structured notes offer investors straightforward expected results based on market moves. Based on a recent survey from Russell Investments, it seems like this is something investors are looking for.
Can Both the Bank and Customer Win on the Same Structured Notes?
VIEWPOINTS: Joseph Halpern, CEO, Exceed Investments; Do structured notes present a similar binary outcome between buyer and seller? If the investing purchaser makes money, does the issuing bank lose money? And vice versa? The answer is a resounding no.
The 2014 NBA Draft, Correlation, Structured Notes and you – it’s all correlated…
VIEWPOINTS: Joseph Halpern, CEO, Exceed Investments; An advisor recently asked me to evaluate a structured CD he was considering; the market linked CD paid a variable coupon derived by the performance of a basket of 10 stocks.
Mythbuster: The Banks Do Not “Steal” the Dividend in Structured Notes
VIEWPOINTS: Joseph Halpern, CEO, Exceed Investments; One of my favorite advertising slogans from childhood was the Wendy’s “where’s the beef?” question regarding competitor
The Structured Note Investor Checklist

VIEWPOINTS: Joseph Halpern, CEO, Exceed Investments; In mid-December, Jason Zweig of The Wall Street Journal discussed the importance of investor checklists in his Intelligent Investor column. The article, A Checklist for Investors, observes that investment checklists are surprisingly underused, despite the obvious benefits.

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