Chris Markoch

Chris Markoch

Chris Markoch is a freelance financial copywriter who is passionate in finding the story behind the stock. A stock chart and fundamental analysis can show and tell investors what is happening. But for long-term investing success, the question that has to be answered is “Why”?

To help answer that question, Chris brings a marketing background to his research and writing. Writers by nature are curious so Chris will often look at a stock’s performance and like any marketer ask, “So what?” Good stocks don’t suddenly become bad. Bad stocks don’t suddenly become good.

Stepping back from the “what” allows Chris to bring perspective that helps investors make wise decisions based on their risk tolerance and investing timeline.

In addition to his articles on InvestorPlace, you can also find Chris’ writing on MarketBeat.com.

Recent Articles

Lemonade Stock Needs to Cool Off After a Red-Hot Start

It's not unusual for a company's stock to take off after its IPO, but Lemonade stock looks like an example of a stock climbing too high too fast.

The Coronavirus is the Only News That Matters For Royal Caribbean

Despite having enough liquidity to weather a prolonged shutdown, nothing will really change for RCL stock until passengers feel safe to cruise.

Wells Fargo Stocks Looks Good Enough to Buy

Wells Fargo will announce the size of its dividend cut when the bank reports earnings. But Wells Fargo stock may still be a good buy.

Has Etsy Done Enough to Warrant It’s Current Stock Price?

Investors who held on to ETSY stock before its earnings report in May have been rewarded. But with another report due in August, it may be time to sell.

The Story of Vroom Stock Is Still Being Written

One month after the company went public, Vroom stock is showing signs that a weaker economy may crimp demand for used cars digital or not.