Matt Schechter, MBA
Chief Investment Officer
& Investment Advisor Representative
Matt joined Arbor Capital in 2019 and serves as Chief Investment Officer. Before joining the team, Matt focused for 15 years on forensic accounting research at Balyasny Asset Management and CFRA Research in Chicago, IL.
Matt is a native Freeport, NY, and moved to Chicago after graduating from the University of Michigan with a BBA with a concentration in accounting. He also has an MBA in finance from the University of Chicago. Outside of work, Matt serves on a committee for the U.S. Financial Accounting Standards Board in Norwalk, CT, and the board of Friends of Northside College Preparatory HighSchool in Chicago.
He and his wife first visited Alaska in 1997 and have had a home here since 2008 because they loved spending time here. In his spare time, Matt volunteers as a DJ at a local radio station in Girdwood, AK playing his favorite music.
It has been an interesting last few months. Four banks disappeared in the first half of 2023: Silicon Valley Bank, Silvergate Bank, Signature Bank of NY, and First Republic Bank.
Something broke. Four banks have disappeared in the past few months. Silicon Valley Bank, Silvergate Bank, Signature Bank of NY, and First Republic Bank. Circumstances surrounding the downfall of each bank
The December quarter saw volatility again. A rally in equities started right at the beginning of October through November, only to see a sharp decline again in December. The
The last quarter saw extreme volatility with a significant upswing in the financial markets in July into mid-August, followed by a dramatic drop in equities and fixed income through the end of the September quarter.
Arbor Capital’s Investment Manager, Matthew Schecter explains a proactive approach to their energy investment strategy in a climate where oil and gas fluctuation is an inevitability
We always encourage you to talk with your investment advisor if you have questions about your financial goals, how our wealth strategies may help shape those goals, or if your
We’re All Feeling The Effects Of Inflation At The Moment – and hoping it will peak and level off soon. Though it’s an uncomfortable experience, to say the least, looking
The past two months have provided a good reminder about risk for all kinds of markets. First, volatility is back in the equity markets after hiding for all of 2017.