• • 8+ years of experience writing financial and technological content for the online audience
  • • 3,000+ article posts on the Motley Fool and more than 150 Investopedia articles
  • • Experience in finance, video gaming technology, virtual reality (VR), and international business


Leo has many years of deep dive experience covering the video game technology and virtual reality (VR) space. He began his financial writing career in 2010 with WebFinance, Inc. He wrote content for the Stock of the Day segment of the Investorguide.com website as well as newsletter content. Leo also wrote financial articles for BusinessDictionary.com during his time with WebFinance.

In 2012, Leo began working with the Motley Fool. Here, he analyzes stocks in the technology, consumer goods, and telecom sectors. Leo has more than 3,000 articles on the Fool site and has also written about the Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence, and software as a service (SaaS). He began working with Investopedia in 2017, where he has more than 150 articles to his credit. Here, he writes an analysis of foreign and domestic companies.


Leo earned his Bachelor of Arts in Art History at the University of Texas at Austin.

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