Joel Baglole

Joel Baglole

Joel Baglole has been a financial reporter for more than 20 years. For five years, Mr. Baglole was a staff reporter at The Wall Street Journal, where he wrote articles from Iceland to Indonesia and covered topics ranging from the automotive and airline industries to investment banks and global stock markets.

Mr. Baglole has also worked for The Washington Post and Toronto Star newspapers and contributed to business focused websites such as The Motley Fool and Investopedia. Mr. Baglole lives in Ottawa, Canada with his wife and three children.

Recent Articles

7 Earnings Reports to Watch Next Week

Earnings season continues to roll on. And with that in mind, these are the top seven earnings reports to watch as the madness on Wall Street continues.

4 Best Value Stocks To Buy Now for a Long-Term Horizon

Value stocks have made a big comeback this year as investors rotate out of technology and other growth securities amid heightened fears of inflation and higher interest rates. Here we look at the four best value stocks to buy now for investors who have a long-term time horizon.

Post-Merger Tilray Stock Is One To Keep On Your Watchlist for Now

Investors are hoping that Tilray can finally turn itself around now that it is officially the biggest Canadian cannabis producer following the completion of its merger with former rival Aphria. Until then, keep TLRY stock on your watchlist.

Cardano Is the Most Rational of the Cryptocurrencies

Investors who want exposure to cryptocurrencies should look to ADA-USD, which is one of the more rational and legitimate digital coins.

7 Hot Stocks to Buy Now for Less Than $50

Many red hot stocks continue to trade for less than $50 a share, making them affordable to retail investors. These winners tend to be stocks of companies that stand to benefit from the reopening of the U.S. and global economies following the Covid-19 pandemic. In this article, we look at seven hot stocks to buy now for under $50 a share.