Bob Bogda is the Managing Editor of StreetAuthority. Bob began his journalism career covering the commodity markets in Chicago for The Wall Street Journal, and spent most of his career thereafter as an editor for the former Knight-Ridder Financial News and its offspring, BridgeNews, where he played a lead role in developing a real-time equities news service. More recently, Bob served as Editor-in-Chief at Business Financial Publishing, where he specialized in developing newsletters and websites covering small-cap stocks.

Analyst Articles

Here’s the question I asked all of our strategists recently: What’s the single stock you would buy now if you knew that the next thousand trading days would turn out to be a wash for the broader… Read More

A British prime minister in 1845 described them as those who “bamboozle one party and plunder the other.” Since then, common folk everywhere have wanted to eradicate them. The object of this scorn? Middlemen — people or companies that buy or handle goods from producers and sell or deliver them… Read More

If you’ve ever wanted to invest in the early stages of a corporate turnaround, read on. Three of the companies below have already made money for investors who got in at the right time. And that’s precisely what makes the… Read More

In a previous article I pointed out that we’re witnessing repeat of history. And those with the foresight to see what’s happening (and the fortitude to act) stand to profit in a major way. Let me explain… When the share prices… Read More

The Best IPO of 2012

September 17, 2012

Who among us hasn’t dreamed about catching a hot IPO in the beginning stages? Just ask early investors in game-changers like Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL), up a mind-numbing 22,590% since its first day of trading in 1984, or Nike (NYSE: NKE), up 12,618%… Read More