William Berg

William Berg

William contributes to several investment websites, leveraging his experience as a consultant for IPOs in the Nordic market and background providing localization for forex trading software. William has worked as a writer and fact-checker for a long row of financial publications.


William Berg studied law and business administration at the Gothenburg School of Business, Economics and Law at the University of Gothenburg, from where he earned a law degree (LLM). He studied securities law, international trade law, commercial arbitration and international tax law at a master’s level. After that, he studied for one year at Moscow state university.


After leaving university, William worked as a consultant working with IPOs on the Nordic market. William worked as a consultant for a fintech start-up that strived to simplify payments and POS information gathering for retailers. William used to provide the localization for a well-known leading trading software. He has also provided localization for a number of different forex trading softwares. William has worked as a writer and fact-checker for a long list of different financial web publications.

You can reach William Berg on william.berg@daytrading.com.

Latest articles edited by William

  1. What to Know About Mega Backdoor Roth 401(k) Conversions
    Blog Post (Feb 21, 2024)
    A mega backdoor Roth 401(k) conversion is a strategy that allows high-income earners to make after-tax contributions to their 401(k) plan.
  2. Low Minimum Deposit Binary Options Brokers
    Article (Feb 19, 2024)
    Low minimum deposit binary options brokers let newer traders get started without requiring large investments. Read on for more.
  3. 17+ Unique Investments - Exploring Uncommon Hedge Fund Strategies
    Blog Post (Feb 19, 2024)
    In this article, we consider various unique investments and uncommon hedge fund strategies beyond standard investments.
  4. The Complete Guide to Cash Flow Analysis
    Blog Post (Feb 19, 2024)
    Learn everything you need to know about cash flow including how to use it, what it tells us and what it doesn't tell us.
  5. Drawdowns - Why They're the Worst Thing in Trading
    Blog Post (Feb 19, 2024)
    Drawdowns are the one thing that should be avoided at all costs. Learn more about Drawdowns and how to avoid them.