John Persinos
John Persinos is the editorial director of Investing Daily, overseeing such publications as Personal Finance, Utility Forecaster, Profit Catalyst Alert, Rapier's Income Accelerator, Income Forecaster, and Marijuana Investing Daily, among others. John also writes the Mind Over Markets daily stock market recap, and he's the chief investment strategist of Marijuana Profit Alert.
John has decades of experience in the technology and political realms. He has worked as a staff editor at Inc. and Venture magazines, and written for Kiplinger's, Street Authority, Investing Answers, and, to name a few. In a career that has spanned more than 40 years, John has been diligently and prolifically covering the news and its impact on investors.
John also has experience with the inner-workings of Capitol Hill, serving as a press secretary to U.S. Rep. Byron Dorgan (D-ND). John started his career as a daily newspaperman with The Orlando Sentinel.
John holds undergraduate and graduate degrees from Boston University. He also completed the Davenport Fellowship in Business and Economics Reporting at the University of Missouri (Columbia).

Analyst Articles

Avionics is a combination of the words “aviation” and “electronics,” and that’s exactly what the word means. It entails all electronic systems used on any aircraft, whether commercial or military, fixed-wing or helicopter. Avionics encompasses communications, weather detection, collision avoidance, engine and fuel control displays – all the blinking lights… Read More

Don’t look now, but radio frequency identification (RFID) chips are all around you. They’re used in toll booths, at the gas pump, in retail stores and on the farm to keep track of animals. They even allow store managers to change the price of a product on the shelf with… Read More

Composites are the most important materials to be adapted for aerospace since the use of aluminum in the 1920s. The use of these miracle materials is sweeping all sectors of aerospace. Broadly defined, composite materials represent the combination of inherently dissimilar materials, usually involving carbon, to form… Read More