John Persinos
John Persinos is the editorial director of Investing Daily, overseeing such publications as Personal Finance, Utility Forecaster, Profit Catalyst Alert, and Marijuana Investing Daily, among others. 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 tech 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 has impacted investors over 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 (D-ND). John started his career as a daily newspaperman with The Orlando Sentinel.
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

Helicopters have evolved from “disruptive” technology to aerial workhorses that perform vital roles. Case in point: The global oil and gas industry couldn’t function without the offshore transportation provided by Bristow Group, a rotorcraft operator that’s poised for outsized gains. Here’s why the stock is an under-the-radar play on rising energy prices. Read More

During the tumultuous 1960s, the influential futurist Marshall McLuhan predicted that technology would transform human society into a “global village” of instantaneous communication that transcended national boundaries. McLuhan would recognize today’s online world. Just as the printing press of the early Renaissance empowered individuals, the Internet is giving voice to… Read More

In the cold morning light of November 9, the assumption on Wall Street was that Donald Trump’s fossil-fuel friendly policies would decimate the solar industry. Trump’s appointment of oil company executives to key government positions underscored that impression. Accordingly, investors punished solar stocks and rewarded the oil and gas sector. Read More