- • Written for several online financial media outlets for more than four years
- • Background includes over four years of research and financial analysis
- • History in sales and the energy sector
Dan is a freelance financial who has over four years of experience writing for the online reading market. He is a contributing writer to The Motley Fool, The Cheat Sheet, and Investopedia. His articles also appear on such sites as Yahoo Finance and Betterment LLC., Trade2Win, and ETF Trends.
Dan focuses his writing on the interests of individual investors. He writes about stocks, exchange-traded funds (ETFs), small business, estate planning, financial analysis, real estate, investing strategy, and fixed-income investing. His research philosophy has a basis in fundamental analysis. He sees this as the cornerstone of choosing the best securities for investment. Dan's research includes the review of balance sheets, income statements, cash flow, and company liability.
Dan is beginning a career in sales and the energy sector.
Dan received his bachelor's degree from Long Island University, and earned his master's degree at Walden University.
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