John Persinos is managing editor of Personal Finance and an editor/analyst at Investing Daily. John has worked on several international magazines, specifically as a staff writer at Inc.; an associate editor at Venture; and managing editor at Campaigns & Elections. He has written extensively for investment-oriented publications and web sites, such as Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine, Street Authority, Investing Answers, and The Street. John worked on Capitol Hill, as a press secretary to U.S. Rep. Byron Dorgan (D-ND). He has co-authored a book, Boston: In a Class by Itself. He also wrote a book on the media, The Confessions of an Ink-Stained Wretch, published in 2006. John holds a B.A. in English, an M.A. in English Literature, and an M.S. in Journalism, all from Boston University. He also completed the Davenport Fellowship in Business and Economics Reporting at the University of Missouri (Columbia) School of Journalism.
My twin grandsons, age seven, give me immeasurable joy. I especially enjoy reading bedtime stories to them. Recently on the docket was the 1930 classic The Little Engine That Could, and it occurred to me that now’s an opportune time to write about small-cap stocks and their strong prospects for next year. The iShares Russell 2000 ETF (IWM) is an ETF for profiting from them, advises John Persinos, editor of Investing Daily.
Executives from Big Tech have been converging on Capitol Hill to discuss with lawmakers potential federal regulation of the booming artificial intelligence (AI) industry. Will anything tangible come of this glorified cocktail party? Probably not. However, now’s a good time for me to discuss the intersection of AI and cannabis…”high” technology, if you will, writes John Persinos, editor at Investing Daily.
One of the best “defensive growth” havens is consumer staples, and a particularly attractive stock in this sector is the diversified giant Unilever PLC (UL), suggests John Persinos, editorial director of Investing Daily.
Planet 13 Holdings (PLNHF) is a cannabis-related business that’s poised to exploit the increasing expansion of state-legal marijuana markets, explains John Persinos, editorial director of Investing Daily.