Caitlyn Grudzinski is an editorial intern at TheStreet working in the Business Intelligence department. She will be a senior at Wesleyan University where she majors in Economics and Mathematics. She is a member of Omicron Delta Epsilon, the International Economic Honor Society, and has won multiple awards for her work in Economics at Wesleyan. She also pitches for Wesleyan¿s varsity softball team and is an NFCA All-America Scholar Athlete.
Recent Articles By The Author
Options Find a Place in Investor Toolbox
In a turbulent market, options have emerged as a hedging strategy for investors across the size and sophistication spectrum.
The Lessons of Knight Capital
ETFs were hit bad but not nearly as bad as in the Flash Crash of 2010.
An Introduction to Exchange Traded Funds
Learn what exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are, how they work and why ETFs have tax advantages and risks.
As ETFs Evolve, New Species Emerge
Actively managed funds and transparency are hot topics as ETFs grow more important.
The Rise of ETFs and Stock Market Correlation
As ETFs have grown more popular, stocks have been trading in the same direction.