Jerry Kronenberg

 

Jerry Kronenberg writes about investing and personal finance for TheStreet, with a special emphasis on real estate, autos and other pocketbook topics.

 

A veteran business journalist, Kronenberg has held senior editorships at CNN Financial News, United Press International and the Boston Herald. He is also a former vice president of Fidelity Investments.

Recent Articles By The Author

Gas Prices Should Drop Below $2 a Gallon by Christmas

Gas Prices Should Drop Below $2 a Gallon by Christmas

Despite this week's brief oil rebound, pump prices appear poised to hit a nearly seven-year low by December.

4 Problems to Fix for $3,000 or Less to Boost Your Home's Sales Price

4 Problems to Fix for $3,000 or Less to Boost Your Home's Sales Price

Here's how to get your property ready for showings without spending a fortune.

5 Best Back-to-School Cars 2015

5 Best Back-to-School Cars 2015

Whether your little scholar is headed off to college or just high school, here are Kelley Blue Book's picks for which car to send him off in.

Here Are Cities Where Millennials Can Actually Afford to Buy a Home

Here Are Cities Where Millennials Can Actually Afford to Buy a Home

Young Americans who aspire to own their own homes should forget about high-paying jobs on Wall Street or in Silicon Valley and move to low-cost Akron or Scranton instead.

Why Auto Recalls Are at Record Highs, and What That Means for Consumers

Why Auto Recalls Are at Record Highs, and What That Means for Consumers

Automakers have been recalling vehicles at a pace race-car drivers would envy for everything from potentially exploding airbags to stalling engines. What's going wrong, and how worried should consumers be?