Greg WilsonChief Analyst, Palm Beach Crypto Income Quarterly, and Palm Beach Confidential

Greg Wilson

Greg Wilson is the chief analyst for Palm Beach Crypto Income Quarterly and Palm Beach Confidential.

Originally from New York, Greg graduated from the University at Buffalo with a degree in accounting and received his MBA from Pace University, where he specialized in strategic management and finance.

His previous experience includes working for a real estate company where he spent time as a mortgage accountant and REO manager. Most recently, he had a customer service role with one of America’s largest banks.

Greg is an avid New York Yankees and Game of Thrones fan. In his spare time, he enjoys reading Barron’s at the beach.

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