Donna Fuscaldo

Donna Fuscaldo

  • • A financial and stock reporter for more than fifteen years, writing for a variety of publications including Dow Jones, Fox Business and The Wall Street Journal
  • • Freelance journalist and columnist for a host of financial websites including,,,, PYMNTs, and
  • • A gifted story teller who can complex topics and explain it to the masses



A journalist for more than fifteen years, Donna is currently a freelance writer reporting on personal finance, entrepreneurship, investments and technology for a variety of media outlets including, Money Crashers and After years of covering the equities markets as a technology reporter and special contributor to the Wall Street Journal, she embarked on a successful freelance career providing herreaders with invaluable advice on how to invest and save money, land a job and everything in between.


Donna received her Bachelors from St. John's University.

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"Gifted at taking complex topics and explaining it to the masses. Knowledge is only power when you understand."

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