Elizabeth Trotta joined TheStreet.com in 2007 after reporting on exchanges for Investment Dealers' Digest. Prior to that, she was a writer and associate editor with Advanstar Communications covering business management topics for Veterinary Economics and Firstline Magazine. She also held internships writing for Vance Publishing and PilgrimPage and was a graduate research assistant at KU. She has a B.A. in English and a B.S. and M.S. in journalism from the University of Kansas.
Recent Articles By The Author
Stocks Mixed After Working on Railroad
Stocks pare early losses with some help from Warren Buffett's latest move but the major averages close mixed.
Stocks Log a Volatile Win
The major averages close in positive territory despite technical resistance levels and strength in the dollar. Gregg Greenberg reviews the action in The Real Story.
Stocks Get Spooked
The Dow gives up almost 250 points as the dollar strengthens and rally sustainability fears take over.
Dow's Gain: 199.89 as GDP Wows Wall Street
Stocks soar as the gross domestic product rises at an annualized rate of 3.5% in the third quarter and continuing jobless claims fall. Gregg Greenberg recaps the action in The Real Story video (above).
Stocks Trip Over Charts; Nasdaq Pummeled
Stocks fall sharply at technical levels. The dollar strengthens, and new-home sales and mortgage volume drop. Gregg Greenberg reviews the day in The Real Story.