Lou Carlozo

Lou Carlozo

About Lou Carlozo

Lou Carlozo is Editor In Chief at Qwoted, a source platform for finance journalists, and host/creator of Bankadelic, a financial services podcast. Through 2019, he served as managing editor at the Bank Administration Institute and an investment writer at U.S. News & World Report. A Pulitzer Prize finalist (team reporting), his work has appeared in Reuters, the Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, Yahoo Finance, MSN, AICPA magazines and publications across the world; his multi-media journalism credits include BBC radio, Investigation Discovery TV, AOL and an Archie cartoon where he appeared as himself. Lou is also a professional musician, producer/composer and recording studio owner. He resides in Chicago with his wife and two children.

Recent Articles

Lordstown Motors’ Story Goes From Promise to Pain

For a time, RIDE stock was the darling of investors who wanted to back a green company. The company’s future now hangs in a precarious balance.

As a Tech Investment, Palantir Puts the Soft in Software

Some pundits see PLTR stock as an opportune investment. But so far, it has failed to post any profits or generate any momentum.

Amazon Still a Big Winner, But Facing Stiff Investment Headwinds

ESG investing is drawing big money from companies that treat workers poorly. New AMZN stock CEO Andy Jassy must rise to this challenge.

Despite Its Sin Stock Overtones, Amazon Still Rates as a Strong Buy

So for now -- despite its tepid performance of late and my lingering concerns about its ESG track record -- Amazon.com stays in my portfolio. I take umbrage in the fact that it’s bringing a lot of good into people’s lives, too. And that 32 out of 32 analysts, according to TipRanks, call it a buy. 

Canoo Stock Remains Too Risky a Bet on an Unproven EV Player

GOEV stock has slid by 50% since going public in December. That leaves EV maker Canoo in a bind as it works to get its vehicles on the road.