Sarah Smith

Sarah Smith

Expertise: ESG Investing, Electric Vehicle Stocks, Short Squeeze Stocks
Education: BA, Government and Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies, The College of William & Mary
Awards & Accomplishments: Top 5% of stock pickers on TipRanks

About Sarah:
Sarah Smith is an experienced editor and writer who works to help retail investors make sense of what’s happening every day on Wall Street, and she’s particularly interested in ESG investing, EV stocks, and the rise of speculative trading activity like short squeezes. She has also written for Kiplinger.com, Smithsonian, and Washington City Paper. Sarah is currently working to become a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and has already earned bachelor’s degrees in Government and Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies from the College of William and Mary. Her work for InvestorPlace.com focuses on helping investors understand the causes and impacts of daily stock and crypto market movements, and how a disruption in who invests – and how they invest – transforms the market. Sarah is recognized among the top 5% of stock pickers on TipRanks and has an average return of 50%. She lives in Arlington, Virginia.

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Recent Articles

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