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 Tells Stephanie Link Money Will Go to Secular Growth Trends
Consumer's money will go to places where there are secular growth trends, self-help and improvement says Jim Cramer.
Jim Cramer and Stephanie Link: Sometimes You Have to Let Go of Good Companies
Stephanie Link and Jim Cramer discuss having recently sold some industrial names including Boeing, 3M and some energy stocks.
Stephanie Link: General Motors Shares are More Attractive Than Ford
General Motors stock is down 20% YTD, but Stephanie Link, Co-Portfolio Manager of Action Alerts Plus, says she likes it for a long-term, value trade because of the product cycle.
Jim Cramer Tells Stephanie Link Downtrend in Commodities an Opportunity to Buy
Recently commodities such as oil, gold and iron ore have been taking it on the chin with prices at their lowest level in five years.
Jim Cramer Tells Stephanie Link With the Market in Flux, Finance Is Point of Strength
Jim Cramer says finance, along with social media and biotech, are the only places of strength in the market.
Facebook is an Attractive Trade for Short, Intermediate and Long-Term Investors
August Internet use and mobile data showed that Facebook continues to be strong.
Jim Cramer Tells Stephanie Link Starbucks Is Not a Coffee Business
Jim Cramer says it's a mistake to think of Starbucks as a coffee business, he says it's a financial machine that produces a huge amount of profit.
Jim Cramer and Stephanie Link Say There's More To Come From Microsoft
Microsoft announced on Tuesday it increased its dividend by 11 percent. It's the smallest percentage increase in its quarterly dividend in about 5 years.
Dicker/Link: The Very Bad Energy Sector – Is There Anything Worth Buying Yet?
Dan Dicker, Energy contributor at thestreet.com talks with Stephanie Link, co-portfolio director of Action Alerts Plus about the relative weakness of the energy complex and the related energy stocks.
Jim Cramer Tells Stephanie Link Apple Delivered in A Generational Way
Jim Cramer tells Stephanie Link that Apple, in its launch of the watch and mobile payments, really delivered in both a generational and a zeitgeist way.