Andrew Gordon

Andrew is the Head of Algorithmic Trading at Moola. He previously worked on the ETF Desk for three and half years at Susquehanna International Group, a global quantitative trading firm. Andrew has a degree in Finance from Queen’s University Belfast.

Recent Posts

What is an ETF?

ETF stands for Exchange Traded Fund. This can be broken down into two parts. The first part is...

March 28, by: Andrew Gordon

What are Bid-Ask Spreads? And How They are Like Buying a Second Hand Car

To first understand what the bid-ask spread is we must understand what bids and asks are. A bid is...

March 19, by: Andrew Gordon

ETF Jargon Buster

  At Moola we believe in making investing easy and accessible to all. Included in this is educating...

March 13, by: Andrew Gordon

What is AUM?

AUM stands for assets under management. In the context of ETFs this means the amount of money...

March 12, by: Andrew Gordon

What is tracking error?

Tracking error is as measure of how well the ETF is tracking the index it is trying to replicate....

March 12, by: Andrew Gordon

What are Expense Ratios?

Each ETF will have a fund manager that manages the fund. The expense ratio is the cost that you as...

March 12, by: Andrew Gordon

What is an index?

An index is a collection of securities (for example, stocks or bonds) that are often used as a...

March 12, by: Andrew Gordon

What are ETF Providers?

An ETF Provider is a company that makes ETFs. When you go shopping in the supermarket there are...

March 12, by: Andrew Gordon

What fractional trading means for Moola Investors?

In the first part of this blog post we gave an introduction to what fractional trading is. In this...

January 26, by: Andrew Gordon

What is fractional trading?

At Moola we build your portfolio using ETFs (Exchange Traded Funds). In your portfolio, you will...

January 23, by: Andrew Gordon

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