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When you join you’ll automatically be pinged last week’s Report on news that impacts your money (this information is not on the site because we’re too lazy busy to post it). Here’s the link to join the freeloaders society of America.


Makinsense Babe is a place to learn about money and investing topics in a way that helps you grow a pair empowers you instead of making your head spin. We want to make money topics easy to understand, accessible, and fun.

Kathryn Cicoletti is the founder of MakinSense Babe LLC. She graduated from UC Berkeley with a BS from Haas School of Business. She started her asset management career at Julius Baer as a research analyst in New York where over a five-year period she became the youngest Senior Research Analyst on the team. During her time as a Senior Research analyst she interviewed and conducted due diligence on over 5,000 long/short equity and relative value arbitrage hedge fund managers in the United States and Europe for potential investments. Some are in jail now, it’s cool. She has over 10 years of experience working in finance and spent the last seven years as a Director at GAM, a $40 billion asset management firm in Los Angeles. 

She’s an introvert but often mis-categorized as an extrovert. She loves to run and explore new places when she’s not busy on her computer running daily Adobe software updates.