Kristina Zucchi, CFA

Kristina Zucchi, CFA

Kristina Zucchi, CFA, is a freelance financial writer, investor, and consultant. For over a decade, she has worked as an equity analyst for buy-side investment companies and in the private equity sector. Kristina's consulting work has focused primarily on cyclical, industrial and healthcare companies, while she has also written extensively for publication on topics pertaining to investments and security analysis.

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  1. Investing News

    Stryker Corporation: A Strong Capital Position

    A discussion on business operations, financials, valuation and growth trends for Stryker Corporation.
  2. Investing Basics

    Financial Markets: Capital Vs. Money Markets

    Two commonly used components of the financial market are money markets and capital markets. Find out the similarities and differences between them.
  3. Investing Basics

    Breaking Down The Geometric Mean

    Understanding portfolio performance, whether for a self-managed, discretionary portfolio or a non-discretionary portfolio, is vital to determining whether the portfolio strategy is working or needs to ...
  4. Investing

    Thermo Fisher Scientific: A Growth Story (TMO)

    TMO has a history of making successful acquisitions to accelerate its growth while achieving strong organic growth. Will that strategy drive future earnings?
  5. Investing

    Asset Manager Ethics: Acting With Competence and Diligence

    Managers must make investment decisions based on their personal investment process, which in turn should be based on solid research and due diligence.
  6. Investing

    Asset Manager Ethics: Acting In the Benefit of Clients

    Investment managers should always act to benefit the client. Learn what actions managers should take on a client's behalf.
  7. Economics

    What Countries Spend On Antiterrorism

    It would be an understatement to say that no country's anti-terrorism budget has decreased in the last two decades. Here are some hard numbers.
  8. Investing

    LabCorp's Challenges Ahead (DGX, LH)

    LabCorp, the second largest clinical lab company, faces many challenges. Regulatory changes, reimbursement cuts, strong competition and the inability to set price all impact profitability.
  9. Investing

    The Three Things Most Good Stocks Have In Common

    Uncover the three things most good stocks have in common: performance, profitability and value.
  10. Investing

    A Slowdown is Hitting Quest Diagnostics (DGX)

    Quest Diagnostics holds an interesting position in the healthcare value market, but the company faces a few challenges.
  11. Trading Strategies

    The Traits All Baller Traders Have In Common

    When it comes to traders, these are the traits that separate the wheat from the chaff.
  12. Investing

    Trends Driving Managed Care M&A

    The uncertainty introduced by legislation has many managed care companies worried about potential financial losses. Companies are turning to M&A to offset their fears.
  13. Entrepreneurship

    Samsung and Google: A Beautiful Friendship?

    Google and Samsung have more than a hardware/software relationship. These two technology giants have collaborated time and again to define mobile's future.
  14. Investing

    How to Avoid Stocks Full of Tourist Investors

    Tourist investors are short-term thinkers who invest in droves. Here are some steps to help you avoid tourist stocks.
  15. Investing

    Asset Manager Ethics: Independence and Objectivity

    The best practices in maintaining independence and objectivity should be adopted by firms to protect investment professionals from pressure both from within and outside the firm.
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