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Phin Upham's Writing Featured on The Contrarian Macro


Opinion and educational blog The Contrarian Macro now features articles by contributor Phin Upham, a New York City and San Francisco based investor.

New York, NY (PRWEB) October 26, 2012

The Contrarian Macro's network of regular contributors now includes investor Phin Upham, who supplies articles on the subjects of economics, philosophy, and literature. Contrarian Macro is an opinion and think-piece aggregator that collects submissions and curated articles from around the web for publication and exposure. The site employs a slate of editors that evaluate incoming submissions and collect opinion articles from around the web to assemble a body of work that showcases the most interesting critical thinking on current events and scholastic subjects.

Phin Upham has ample qualifications for the position. He attended Harvard University and the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business. He currently works in finance with a focus on macroeconomic and illiquid technology investing. As an undergraduate at Harvard, he served as Editor-In-Chief of the Harvard Review of Philosophy, and edited three widely published compilations including “Philosophers in Conversation.” He is also a Term Member on the Council on Foreign Relations.

Additionally, Phin Upham has submitted a number of articles to The Contrarian Macro as an independent author that were published on the blog. The review staff of the blog is excited to work more closely with him, and is looking forward to his contributions to the site.

About The Contrarian Macro
The Contrarian Macro is an editorial and opinion blog created to collect and share the best current writing on culture, politics, economics, and more. The site's curators deliver articles from across the web and original content that presents the reader with intelligent viewpoints and creative, engaging writing. The Contrarian Macro also provides cutting insight into pop culture and media trends. Visit the site at

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