- • 10+ years of experience writing for both print and online publications
- • Has written for the BBC, the Motley Fool and AOL
- • Has a master’s degree in journalism from Regent University
Chris has more than ten years of journalism experience, both online and print. He has writer for the BBC, the Motley Fool, AOL, HowStuffWorks.com and Nissan Sport Magazine, among others. He specializes in stories on investing, technology and cars. His work has been mentioned in the Columbia Journalism Review. Chris has written about technology, the telecom industry and cars for the Motley Fool since 2012. For Investopedia, he has written articles on selecting the right car, private student loans and credit card debt, among others.
Chris has a Master’s degree in journalism from Regent University.
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