Scott Gamm is a correspondent for TheStreet TV and TheStreet.com focusing on markets and economics. Follow Scott on Twitter and Facebook.
He is the author of the 2013 personal finance book More Money Please: The Financial Secrets You Never Learned in School (Plume/Penguin).
Gamm holds a degree in finance from New York University's Stern School of Business.
Recent Articles By The Author
The Stock Market Isn't Rigged, Just Look At The Odds (VIDEO)
Millennials are wary of the stock market, but they should get in and invest because there is nothing rigged about it, say our experts during out Millennial Investment Webinar.
Video: What to Expect From Alphabet, Amazon and Facebook's Earnings This Week
Alphabet, Amazon and Microsoft earnings will be the most important reports this week - more so than Facebook.
Should You Fear Earnings From Mega-Cap Tech Names Like Google and Microsoft?
Investors have had it pretty easy this earnings season. But results from big-cap tech names could set a clear tone in the market for the rest April and into May.
Jim Cramer: Will Apple or Amazon Become the World's First Trillion Dollar Stock?
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer is keeping an eye on whether Apple or Amazon will become the world's first trillion dollar company in terms of market cap.
Video: How to Select Mutual Funds in Your 401(k)
When selecting funds in your 401(k), keep it simple.
Nucor Is Waiting to See if Steel Tariffs Will Be Implemented, Jim Cramer Says
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer interviewed Nucor's CEO John Ferriola on CNBC's Mad Money.
Video: Jim Cramer on Apple, Amazon, Alphabet and Nucor
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Friday's trending stocks.
Jim Cramer on Apple: I Will Be Less Worried After it Reports
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer cited cautious Apple commentary from Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty.
Video: When Analyzing General Electric, Take Stock of Your Cost Basis
General Electric shares moved higher Friday, following better than expected earnings. When analyzing the stock, it's important to take stock of your cost basis, or the price you paid to enter the stock, according to one expert.
Video: This Is One Way Millennials Are Destroying Their Financial Future
A 401(k) is a prime way to build wealth, but there are plenty of pitfalls to watch for.