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John Persinos

Managing Editor,

Personal Finance

  • Managing Editor of Personal Finance
  • Editor/Analyst of Investing Daily
  • Contributor to many International Magazines and published Author.

About John

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.

John's Articles

SPDR S&P Aerospace & Defense (XAR) is considered a benchmark for the aerospace/defense industry; the ETF seeks the total return performance of the S&P Aerospace & Defense Select Industry Index, notes John Persinos, contributing editor to Investing Daily's Personal Finance.
Forget the cherished myths promulgated by country and western songs — there’s little freedom of the road for truck drivers these days, notes John Persinos, editorial director at Investing Daily.
I want to bring your attention to what is, in my opinion, “The Next Big Thing.” This technology — which is behind my Top Pick for aggressive investors in 2022 — involves one of the most profound wonders of nature: the code of life embedded within human DNA, notes John Persinos, editorial director of Investing Daily.
Due to concerns about global warming, many prominent environmentalists who once protested nuclear plants now speak in favor of nuclear energy as a “green” source of electricity, asserts John Persinos, contributing editor at Investing Daily's Personal Finance.
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