David Siegel, CEO, Investopedia

David Siegel is a digital media executive with over 18 years of experience leading organizations through innovative product development, rapid revenue growth and traffic acceleration. He is currently the CEO of Investopedia, the largest finance and investing education site, which currently reaches over 20 Million monthly unique visitors. He most recently served as President, Seeking Alpha, a crowdsourced investment research business with over 4 Million registered users. There, he oversaw all U.S.-based functions – sales, marketing, product and business development. Under his leadership, digital media sales grew by 30% and subscription sales by over 300%.

Prior to Seeking Alpha, he served as the Senior Vice President and General Manager of Everyday Health’s Local Division, which connects consumers to health care professionals. Leading a large team, for the fastest growing division of the company, he built out specialty content sites, directories and marketing services for physicians, payers and hospitals.

David was previously the Senior Vice President, Strategy & Corporate Development for, overseeing strategic planning, business and corporate development, marketing strategy, partnerships and analytics. Prior to that role, he served as GM, New Businesses at Duane Reade. David has worked as a strategy consultant for Deloitte Consulting and William M. Mercer and as the Director, Organizational Development for DoubleClick.

David holds a BA in Philosophy, Politics & Economics from the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. David is also an Adjunct Professor at Columbia University and Pace University where he teaches courses in Strategic Planning & Entrepreneurship.


FinCon 2015
MoneyConf 2016
Incite 2016, 2017
Gramercy Institute 2015- 2017
Collision 2017


Quantifying fear: How investor anxiety moves markets

Investopedia's David Siegel:Investopedia CEO, David Siegel, explains the origins of the Investopedia Anxiety Index, an economic indicator that can predict investor behavior and anticipate major moves in the market, as well as the importance of taking a committed approach to understanding your data.

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