Stephanie Link is the former Chief Investment Officer of TheStreet. She oversaw premium content including Real Money, Real Money Pro, Options Profits as well as premium newsletters including Growth Seeker and Stocks Under $10. As co-portfolio manager of Action Alerts Plus, she was responsible for the daily management of the fund including macro strategy, portfolio construction, and stock selection. Prior to joining TheStreet, she was Director of Research and Head of Institutional Equity Sales at Prudential Equity Group. She began her career as an institutional salesperson at Dean Witter. She earned a B.S Degree in Finance from Boston College.
Recent Articles By The Author
Jim Cramer and Stephanie Link Explain Why They Like Unilever
Jim Cramer and Stephanie link added Unilever to their Action Alerts PLUS portfolio.
Panera Bread Lunches Out Following Earnings but Stephanie Link is a Buyer
Panera Bread is under pressure following earnings, beating on the bottom line, coming in line on the top, guiding down Q4 and not providing guidance for 20145.
Stephanie Link: New Data Deal is Good for IBM, Better for Twitter
IBM and Twitter announced a new partnership that will integrate Twitter’s data into IBM’s cloud-based analytics, customer engagement platforms and consulting services.
Jim Cramer on General Motors at $30: It's a Gift, Not a Worry
TheStreet's Jim Cramer and Stephanie Link say the recall issues plaguing the automaker since the start of the year have largely passed.
Stephanie Link: 3M has Powerful Earnings Potential due to Margins and Organic Growth
Industrial companies have started to reported some impressive earnings this week, but are still down on the year.
Stephanie Link: Where We're Looking to Add for Our Portfolio
There are several positions that catch our eye.
Stephanie Link: You Can Still Find Value in this Pullback
Action Alerts PLUS has been buying into it.
Stephanie Link: Macro Trends are Very Favorable for Retail Stocks
Energy stocks have suffered losses as the underlying commodity continues to slide, but there is a bright side to that with consumer-friendly prices at the pump.
Dicker/Link: Buy When There’s Blood in the Streets – Like Now in Oil Stocks
Dan Dicker talks with Stephanie Link about the rapid drop in energy stocks.
Natural Gas Is Strong Because of the Weather Trade -- Buy at Your Own Risk
Dan Dicker, senior energy contributor at TheStreet.com, talks with Stephanie Link, co-portfolio manager for Action Alerts PLUS, about the strange relative strength of natural gas.