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
Link: McDonald’s Sets Up for a Longer-Term Value Play
Stephanie Link, Co-Portfolio Manager of Action Alerts Plus, says McDonald’s is the latest pick in her blog, LinkOnTheStreet, due to many fundamental factors, it is not a short-term trade.
Dicker/Link: Review of the Oil Supermajors – Shell and Total Look Best
Dan Dicker, senior energy contributor for Thestreet.com, talks with Stephanie Link, co-portfolio manager of Action Alerts Plus about the megacap oil companies.
Link is Bullish on USG and so is Barron’s
Stephanie Link has been positive on the Residential/Non-Residential Construction theme for 2014 and into 2015, particularly non-residential, as the overall domestic economy continues to improve.
Jim Cramer Tells Stephanie Link He's Tired of the Tremendous Number of Downgrades
Cramer says you don't get meaningful downgrades that work when a stock has done nothing; you get downgrades after a stock has run a lot.
Link: I Bought Twitter for Exposure to Next-Gen Technology
Twitter is the latest initiation in Action Alerts Plus, even as the stock hit a 52-week high.
Stephanie Link: Regional Bank Stock Is My Latest Pick
Regional Bank, Southwest Bancorp (OKSB), is Stephanie Link’s feature stock on her blog this week, Link on TheStreet.
Eyeing Southwest Regional
The turnaround effected by its new management team has caught my attention.
Aerospace Stocks Like Boeing and GE Beginning to Stabilize
Aerospace stocks have fallen substantially.