- Member of Investopedia's Financial Review Board
- Experienced financial writer whose work has been featured on Investopedia, Morningstar Magazine, Go Banking Rates, U.S. News & World Report, Yahoo Finance, The Motley Fool, Money.com, and numerous other sites
- Experienced financial ghostwriter for financial advisors, financial services firms, and asset managers
- Veteran financial advisor with 20 years of experience in the industry
Roger is a financial writer who brings his extensive experience as a financial advisor to his writing. His background and experience provide his clients with a unique perspective that most financial writers just can’t offer.
Whether you are a financial services company or asset manager seeking an experienced writer to help you reach your target market, a financial site looking for another financial contributor, or a financial advisor who would like to write but can’t carve out the time, Roger can help. He writes blog posts, articles, white papers, and content for newsletters and email campaigns, as well as marketing copy. Roger offers editing, review, and enhancement services for existing content as well.
One of Roger’s specialties is ghostwriting for financial advisors. Whether you are looking for content for your own site or have the opportunity to be featured on sites like Investopedia, Forbes, or Kiplinger, he can help.
Roger is fluent on a wide range of financial topics, including financial planning; investments; retirement planning; mutual funds; ETFs; 401(k) plans, pensions, and other employer sponsored retirement plans; planning issues for baby boomers, millennials, and Gen X; and content geared for financial advisors and retirement plan sponsors
Roger received his MBA from Marquette University and his bachelor's in finance from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh.
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"My passion is creating financial content that helps demystify complex concepts for my readers. I take pride in being able to write about a wide range of financial topics for audiences ranging from general readers to financial professionals."