• • 20+ years of experience creating content for online, print, and broadcast media outlets
  • • Author of three books
  • • Written over 250 articles for Investopedia


Daniel has more than two decades of experience in creating content on a variety of topics for online, print, and broadcast media outlets. He is a regular–often daily–contributing writer at The Motley Fool. His work includes over 250 articles on Investopedia.com. Daniel honed his journalism skills at the Boston Globe where he wrote for the paper and ran the business desk at Boston.com. His foray into newspaper writing expanded with jobs at the New Britain Herald and Bristol Press.

Before he worked in journalism, Daniel was a business writer and editor for Microsoft, working on its finance app in 2012.

He has spent nearly five years writing about diverse topics such as technology, consumer goods, and small business for The Motley Fool. Daniel is the author of two books, 50 Things Every Guy Should Know How to Do (2006), Easy Answers to Every Problem (2007). He is the co-author of Worst Ideas Ever (2011), published by Skyhorse.

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