Nat Worden is a Vice President with GoodWorks Insurance, a full-service insurance brokerage and financial services firm serving New England, New York and beyond with offices throughout Connecticut and Massachusetts. Nat was previously employed as an investment professional with Clear Harbor Asset Management after working at Dow Jones & Co. as a financial journalist covering media and technology for The Wall Street Journal and Dow Jones Newswires. Before that, he spent five years at TheStreet covering the Federal Reserve, the stock market, hedge fund activists, private equity, media, technology and other sectors. Nat's reporting and writing has also appeared in news outlets such as The New York Times, CNN Money, SmartMoney, Newsday and Venture Capital Journal, and he has been a guest on CNBC and National Public Radio. In 2008, he won a New York Press Club Award for a series investigating the financial dealings of major presidential candidates,. Nat graduated from Colorado College in 1999 before receiving a Master's degree in Journalism and Business and Economics from New York University. He completed an internship at the National Journalism Center in Washington, DC and worked at Forrester Research, a technology-oriented market research firm in Cambridge, Mass.
Recent Articles By The Author
Why You Should Not Miss Shareholders' Meetings
Shareholders' meetings are a rare and important opportunity for shareholders to size up the companies they own and the executives that are running them.
401(k): Don't Ignore the Fees
New rules will make 401(k) charges more transparent, but it won't limit them.
Why Apple Shareholders Should Hope for a Selloff
A selloff would allow Apple to buy back more shares and give shareholders a greater claim to its profits.
The Web's Gift to Consumers
The social nature of the Web gives consumers new ways to scrutinize and criticize products and services.
Facing Walls of Worry, Market Looks Reasonable
Several factors encourage continued exposure to the U.S. stock market.
Oscar's Financial Picture
The rise of digital technology is fundamentally changing the way audiences consume and pay for filmed entertainment.
Good Luck Penney
Ron Johnson has promised to remake the department store chain, including doing away with the notorious "one penny less" pricing gimmick.
Election Stocks: The Big Winners
We take a look at the stocks that would benefit from the outcome of the presidential elections.
Cable Stocks: Time to Look at the Big Picture
Although pay-TV growth has run its course in the U.S., cable's broadband business is growing.