Jonathan Yates

Jonathan Yates

Jonathan Yates is a financial writer with over one hundred articles appearing under his byline in such periodicals as Newsweek, The Washington Post and Foreign Policy.  He was Press Secretary for a Member of Congress on the House Banking Committee, Speechwriter/Editor for the Investment Company Institute, and General Counsel of a publicly traded corporation.

He holds degrees from Harvard University, The Johns Hopkins University and Georgetown University Law Center.

Recent Articles

From ‘Degen’ to Disciplined: Why Trading Utility Stocks Beats Chasing Meme Stock Jackpots

Day trading utility stocks can offer gains from going long and short to profit from set dividend payments and historical pricing patterns.

Surprise! 3 Blue-Chip Stocks Ideal for Day Trading

Savvy investors can profit from dividend income and capital gains through buying and selling blue-chip stocks for day trading.

3 Battered Stocks That Even Warren Buffett Could Be Eyeing

Warren Buffett stocks share similar features that should appeal to all investors as they are fundmental for rewarding investments.

Sell in May and Run Away: 3 Retail Stocks on the Brink of Collapse

Each of the three retail stocks to sell have similar problems that make them unlikely to ever be in style again.

Dividend Capture Captains: The 3 Best Blue-Chip Stocks for Tactical Traders

Using these capture-the-dividend stock strategy for tactical traders can be profitable with high-yield blue-chips.