David Cohne

David Cohne

David Cohne has 20 years of experience as an investment analyst and writer. Prior to StockNews, David spent eleven years as a Consultant providing outsourced investment research and content to financial services companies, hedge funds, and online publications. He also served as a Consultant and Senior Investment Writer to NextShares Solutions LLC where he provided content on Exchange-Traded Products.

Previously, David was Vice President and Director of Research at The Rankings Service, an independent investment research and consulting firm that scored and ranked mutual fund managers. He also served as Vice President and Senior Analyst at Fundworks Inc, a financial newsletter publishing firm. David started his career in portfolio management at Adviser Investments, an independent wealth management firm. He received an undergraduate degree in Economics at Brandeis University and an MBA from Arizona State University.

David enjoys researching and writing about stocks and the markets. He takes a fundamental quantitative approach in evaluating stocks for readers.

Recent Articles

3 Mid-Cap Stocks With Large-Cap Potential

Large-cap stocks hog the spotlight, but mid-cap stocks have higher growth potential and can help diversify your portfolio.

3 Top Stocks With Upsides Over 50%, According to Wall Street Analysts

When looking for top stocks, instead of traditional valuation measures, look at stocks trading well below their upside potential.

3 International Tech Stocks to Buy Right Now

Multiple concerns hang over investors right now which has created increased volatility in the markets. That’s why investors should consider diversifying their portfolios with international technology stocks.

3 Cheap Healthcare Stocks to Buy Right Now

The Baby Boomers are getting older, which means investors should consider adding undervalued healthcare stocks to their portfolio.

3 Value Stocks to Buy While You Still Can

Value stocks have been underperforming over the past few months, but that is expected to change as the economy continues to recover.