Jeremy Flint

Jeremy Flint

Expertise: Fixed-income investing, macroeconomic news; oil, gas, and utilities industries

Education: BS, Political Science & International Affairs, Florida State University. MBA, Finance, University of California - Davis

Jeremy Flint is an MBA graduate and freelance finance writer primarily emphasizing content creation for wealth managers and investment funds. A former U.S. Army officer, he brings strategic vision to content development and tactical analysis to stock picking and economic assessments.

He’s been obsessed with the markets since he was a teenager and is passionate about spreading financial literacy by using his expertise to break down obscure market concepts for retail traders. His main focus areas are fixed-income investing, alternative investments, macroeconomic news, and the oil, gas, and utilities sectors.

Jeremy lives in Austin, TX with his wife and son. His work can also be found at or on his LinkedIn.

Recent Articles

Simplify Your Investing: 3 Stocks That Can Anchor the Optimal Portfolio

Long-term stocks to buy offering stability and growth tend to cluster around big tech and healthcare sectors - for good reason.

Invest in the Underestimated: 7 Bargain Stocks Poised to Prove Wall Street Wrong

These undervalued stocks to buy offer an alternative to dipping your toes back into meme stock mania. Remember how it turned out last time?

3 Cheap Blue-Chip Stocks to Buy Now: May 2024

If stock market speculation isn't quite working in your favor, these cheap blue-chip stocks may be the boost your portfolio needs.

Private Equity Prowl: 3 Overlooked Stocks Primed for Buyout Bids

Buyout stocks to buy offer an alternative to gambling on low-prospect overlooked stocks as the wider M&A market begins heating up again.

From Hype to Bust: The Downfall of Teladoc, Bark and Nike Stocks

These stocks to sell may not be major tech players or overvalued meme stocks, but they're still stinkers and not worth a second look.