Robert Frick

Robert Frick  is Editorial Director of Investing Daily.  Bob is a career business and financial journalist, with a 15-year tenure as senior editor for Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine, in addition to working as a newspaper business writer and editor, and a stint as an investment writer for USA Today. 

 He’s a nationally recognized authority on behavioral finance, and worked two years as a writer, researcher and speaker for the Allianz Global Investors Center for Behavioral Finance.

 He has co-authored three books on personal finance, and holds an M.B.A. and a B.A. (Journalism) from the Pennsylvania State University

Analyst Articles

U.K. publishing giant Pearson PLC (NYSE: PSO), parent to the Financial Times of London, has been added to the Global Income Edge Conservative Portfolio.  It pays  a 4.3% dividend.  Pearson is both a good investment and a defensive play. The U.S. stock market still seems overvalued despite October’s correction, which is why we’ve advised… Read More

We know that even hardcore, self-directed investors sometimes use mutual funds for a portion of their portfolios, so we suggest some top funds that follow our Global Income Edge  theme for high-dividend-paying stocks. That theme is that investors can generate higher dividends with relative safety by investing in firms… Read More