Jon Ogg

About Jon Ogg

Jon Ogg is co-founder and editor for 24/7 Wall St.

Jon has worked as a news analyst for nearly 10 years and also has experience as a broker, portfolio manager and investment adviser. He has been sourced for articles in CBS MarketWatch, E*Trade, TradeTheNews, FlyOnTheWall, Pristine, Evolution Trading, Knova Trading, Hammerstone, CNet.com, Seeking Alpha, Google Finance and other sites.

Prior to 24/7 Wall St., he formed News Contrast and was the founder of a service for active traders called TradeTheNews (which he sold in 2003) and built up a news desk that was merged into E*Trade. He also worked in Copenhagen, Denmark as a portfolio manager for European clients trading U.S. equities and ran the event-driven trading team there.

He has been a financial adviser and has advised start-up and emerging-stage companies, and started his career as a licensed broker selling fixed income to some of the largest investment managers in the United States. He received a B.B.A. in Finance from the University of Houston (1992).

Jon does not hold any positions in any stocks he writes about.

Recent Articles

6 Stocks That Could Double in 2011

The stocks on this list could deliver 100% returns in the next 12 months.

Which Companies Does Warren Buffett Value?

Here are companies that Warren Buffett and Berkshire Hathaway have either raised or lowered their position in:

ETFs, Stocks Soaring in Nuclear Power Sector

These ETFs and stocks are part of the soaring nuclear power sector.

New Gold ETF For Gold Explorers

Gold exploration companies are the focus of a new gold ETF, the Global X Gold Explorers ETF (NYSE: GLDX).

Gold and Oil ETFs Pumped Up By Bernanke QE2

This week’s announcement by the Federal Reserve that Ben Bernanke & Co. would embark on another round of so-called “quantitative easing” to manufacture inflation met with a myriad of results. But perhaps some of the most interesting are coming in bond ETFs, gold investments and crude oil funds.