Lou Carlozo

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

Use This Rally to Ditch QuantumScape Stock, Not to Get Trapped By It

Yeah, watch QS stock double as the ink dries here. I don’t care; I’d relish being wrong. What I can’t tolerate is steering you wrong. Take your investment dollars somewhere else.

It’s Looking Like Nothing Can Stop Amazon After 2020 Changed the World

The biggest money maker fueling AMZN stock by far is cloud-giant AWS. Now, the man who built that business into a juggernaut’s juggernaut will take the reins from Jeff Bezos.

Nio Is an Electric Vehicle Company Catching Breaks, Not Hitting the Brakes

While Nio's share price run-up screams of selloff, any such move is more an exercise in profit taking than company breaking. It's worth more than twice as much as Ford, after all.

Bitcoin Is on a Beautiful Ride That Is Nowhere Near Over

Loud, volatile, impossible to ignore, surrounded by mythology and making enough headlines to make all its competitors jealous, bitcoin is without question the Donald Trump of cryptocurrencies.

8 Electric Vehicle Stocks That Are More Than Just a Fad

Our electric vehicle stocks all-star list includes Chinese automakers, a fuel cell leader and an industry pioneer led by a billionaire.