Chris Markoch

Chris Markoch

About Chris Markoch

Chris Markoch is a freelance financial writer who brings over 25 years in sales and marketing to help find the story behind the stock. Chris starts by asking the question, “So what?” and then uses fundamental and (some) technical analysis to add depth to that insight.

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

Markoch would describe his writing as being for investors more than traders. He looks at equities through a long-term lens and that is reflected in his writing.

In addition to his articles on InvestorPlace, you can also find Chris’ writing on MarketBeat.com where he has collaborated on the e-book “5 Investing Trends That Will Define the Market in 2022.” You can find Chris on LinkedIn and on Twitter.

Chris Markoch is a freelance financial copywriter who has been covering the market for over five years. He has been writing for InvestorPlace since 2019.

Recent Articles

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