22-year-old Noah Weidner, a self-professed "chaos-loving midwestern 'boy next door' type", found his way into fintech in earnest by writing about Robinhood user holdings data during the pandemic for Robintrack.net. In the years since then, Weidner has written content -- largely about investing, macroeconomics, and the markets -- for dozens of fintechs: Public.com, Stocktwits, Alpaca Markets, and Marinade Finance. In his free time, he writes music, reads, and making coffee.
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