Kenneth Fick

Kenneth Fick

About Kenneth Fick

Kenneth Fick is a freelance business writer and financial expert with more than a decade-and-a-half of experience in helping companies from startups to Fortune 500s solve their most complex business problems.

With a background in accounting, management consulting, financial reporting, corporate finance and investing, Kenneth writes from the perspective of a battle-tested corporate insider. He utilizes the knowledge gained from years of experience working in the internal operations of various companies — helping them turn their business ideas into reality — to provide actionable insight to readers. His commentary is insightful and clear, helping readers decode the complex world of finance and distill it into readable, actionable knowledge.

Kenneth’s work has appeared in several high-profile web and print publications, he is a licensed CPA, and he holds an MBA from the College of William and Mary. When not consulting or working on other projects he focuses on writing for his blog, www.piercethefog.com, which provides in-depth commentary and education in the world of financial forecasting.

Recent Articles

Will Wells Fargo Soar or Sour in 2015?

A steepening yield curve, lower unemployment and higher economic activity will provide Wells Fargo a good, but not great 2015

Citigroup Stock Is Set to Fly High in 2015

Citigroup is cheap given its potential to increase earnings, launch a long-planned stock buyback program and raise its dividend in the coming year.

BAC Stock: Will Bank of America Finally Move Past its Problems?

BAC will continue to thrive long after all the litigation is through. In 2015, look to buy in only at a price below $13 a share.

Buy RLJ Stock For High Dividend Growth in 2015

RLJ REIT Stock will gain from this increased economic vitality, which will help it continue to boost its dividends.

Look for GMCR Stock to Cool Down in 2015

Keurig's cold beverage market performance and increased competition will drive GMCR stock in 2015. Expect revenues to continue to slow, but the company is ripe for a takeover.