John Persinos
John Persinos is managing editor of Personal Finance, Utility Forecaster, and Radical Wealth Alliance. He also writes the Mind Over Markets daily stock market recap.
John has decades of experience in the technology and political realms. He's spent decades following emerging business and technology developments. From his time at Inc. and Venture magazines, to sharing breaking market news to millions of readers across Kiplinger's, Street Authority, Investing Answers, and, if it's impacted investors in the past 30 years, John was there analyzing the news and interpreting the meaning for his readers. John also has experience with the inner-workings of Capitol Hill, serving as a press secretary to U.S. Rep. Byron Dorgan. 
John holds undergraduate and graduate degrees from Boston University. He also completed the Davenport Fellowship in Business and Economics Reporting at the University of Missouri (Columbia).

Analyst Articles

If you think all old-line companies in America’s industrial heartland are basket cases, think again. That’s a false narrative.Many industrial firms based in the United States don’t need red caps emblazoned with slogans; they’re already great. Below, we pinpoint three industrial sector stocks that are future bonanzas for investors,  but… Read More

I’ve been getting emails lately from readers who fear an imminent investment apocalypse at the hands of President Trump. These anxious letters should be read to the strains of “The End”  by The Doors:“I’m worried about Donald Trump’s affect on the financial markets. Will his reckless behavior trigger a market… Read More

Looking for the next big growth opportunities in technology? We’ve pinpointed three companies that will richly reward investors for years to come by embracing disruptive innovation. They’re introducing new products and services that are winning customers and shaking up Silicon Valley’s status quo.Now get ready for a shock. Two of… Read More

My grandmother had an expression: “The dogs bark, but the caravan moves on.” Her wise sentiment aptly describes the post-election debate about health services.Investors are fretting over President-elect Donald Trump’s stated intentions to eliminate Obamacare and slash spending on Medicare and Medicaid. Ignore the barking. Here’s what you need to… Read More