Laurie Kulikowski

Laurie Kulikowski has been with TheStreet since September 2006, at first covering banks and financial services. She has also covered small business and the retail industry. She currently covers markets and investing.

 

Before working at TheStreet, Laurie was a reporter for American Banker, where she wrote about banks and markets. Prior to American Banker, she was the online managing editor at Financial Planning magazine.

 

Laurie received a Bachelor's degree in English literature from Binghamton University and a Master's degree in journalism from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism.

 


Recent Articles By The Author

These 4 Stocks Could See Negative Catalysts From Earnings -- but What Do the Charts Say?

These 4 Stocks Could See Negative Catalysts From Earnings -- but What Do the Charts Say?

Morgan Stanley believes these stocks will have negative earnings catalysts, but how does the technical analysis stack up?

Roger Ailes, Biogen Shake-Up and Other Notable CEO Departures of 2016

Roger Ailes, Biogen Shake-Up and Other Notable CEO Departures of 2016

Biogen's announcement that CEO George Scangos would step down as head of the biotech company marks the latest company to see its chief leave the perch this year.

Jim Cramer: Tesla's New Master Plan Won't Matter, the Stock is 'Heavily Shorted'

Jim Cramer: Tesla's New Master Plan Won't Matter, the Stock is 'Heavily Shorted'

Tesla's Elon Musk reportedly pulled an 'all-nighter' to complete a 'master product plan,' but Jim Cramer says the plan won't really matter because the stock is 'heavily shorted.'

6 Fresh Financial Stocks From Credit Suisse With Bullish Charts

6 Fresh Financial Stocks From Credit Suisse With Bullish Charts

Credit Suisse has compiled a list of 'lowly owned' financial stocks that it favors. The charts say buy on six of them.

5 Big Medtech Stocks Investors Love Right Now -- but Should You Buy Them?

5 Big Medtech Stocks Investors Love Right Now -- but Should You Buy Them?

Can medical technology stocks continue their momentum higher in the second half of the year? Investors say yes, but technical analysis says not necessarily.