Jim Pearce

Jim Pearce is the Chief Investment Strategist of Personal Finance, our flagship publication, and serves as Director of the Investing Daily Wealth Society. He is also the Director of Research at Investing Daily, overseeing the work of our entire analyst team. He began his career as a stockbroker in 1983 and over the years has managed client investment portfolios for major banks, brokerage firms and investment advisors. Jim has a BA in Business Management from The College of William & Mary, and a CFP from the College for Financial Planning.

Analyst Articles

Only one long (buy) recommendation is currently below its limit in our Equity Trades Portfolio, but we have three short (sell) recommendations that are ready to go right now.  For more buy recommendations from our Investments Portfolio please refer to the Portfolio Update from last week's issue of Smart Tech 50 Weekly Movers. Read More

Amazon.com (NSDQ: AMZN) avoided a potential labor crisis when employees in a Delaware warehouse facility voted down union representation.  It is the first time Amazon workers had ever held a union election, and if approved might have set an inflammatory precedent in company facilities around the country.  And earlier this… Read More

It was only one month ago that we launched Smart Tech Investor, but we have already experienced some very nice gains and have many portfolio stocks still below their buy limits. Read More

It was only one month ago that we launched Smart Tech Investor, but we have already experienced some very nice gains and have many portfolio stocks still below their buy limits. Read More

The new year got off to a rough start for Jeff Bezos of Amazon.com, illustrating just one of the potential risks of owning a stock that is priced for perfection. Read More

It's not often that we see a market offering so many clear long (buy) and short (sell) opportunites, but right now the tech sector is offering a lot of both for smart investors to profit from in 2014. Read More

The past week has been very good to the tech sector, but beware acting on these extreme price movements.  Our Equity Trades portfolio contains four trendy tech stocks now trading above their short sell limits, but we suggest waiting until January before taking action on those while scooping up a couple of less flashy bargain stocks. Read More