Jeff Kleintop

Jeffrey is Chief Market Strategist and Executive Vice President at LPL Financial. In this role, he leads the development and articulation of LPL Financial Research¿s market and investment strategies, leveraging his expertise in the analysis of global financial markets and asset allocation strategy.

He is the author of the popular investment book, Market Evolution: How to Profit in Today¿s Changing Financial Markets, published in May 2006.

Mr. Kleintop earned an MBA from the Pennsylvania State University and a BS in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance from the University of Delaware. He currently holds Series 7, 63, and 87 licenses.

Recent Articles By The Author

Earnings Season: What to Watch

Earnings Season: What to Watch

Pay special attention to sales growth, exposure to Europe, and how companies are putting cash to work.

Odds in Favor of 'Pink Swan' Events

Odds in Favor of 'Pink Swan' Events

While investors fret over black swans, there are a number of potential pink swans that could take place and grab investors' attention in the weeks ahead.

Steering Europe Out of Crisis

Steering Europe Out of Crisis

Europe's problems are jangling the nerves of investors and wreaking havoc with markets. The problems are manageable, but they need to be managed.

2012 Election Very Big for Investors

2012 Election Very Big for Investors

The party in power after the election will forge one of the most important shifts in federal budget policy since World War II.

Greek Crisis: Much Ado About Nothing

Greek Crisis: Much Ado About Nothing

Near-term clouds of uncertainty too often obscure what we may feel more certain of over the long term.

Markets Obsessed With Recession

Markets Obsessed With Recession

Markets have moved to fully price in an impending recession.

Eurobonds Explained in U.S. Terms

Eurobonds Explained in U.S. Terms

Translating terms used to discuss European debt problems into more common U.S. terms may explain why investors are catching on to the idea of Eurobonds.

A Recession of Confidence: Opinion

A Recession of Confidence: Opinion

The market believes that the return of business and consumer confidence to historical lows will inevitably lead to an economic recession -- no matter what the data says.

Market Roller Coaster About to End?

Market Roller Coaster About to End?

The overall moves and sentiment in the market this summer are familiar; they echo those of last summer.

Stock Market Faces More Fiscal Fights: Opinion

Stock Market Faces More Fiscal Fights: Opinion

Stocks may rebound somewhat because the debt-ceiling deal, but the U.S.'s fiscal problems are far from over.