Ross Kenneth Urken

Ross Kenneth Urken is editor of MainStreet and personal finance editor at TheStreet. He has published in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, New York, The New Republic, The Atlantic, VICE, Tablet, Slate, TENNIS Magazine, The Paris Review, The Moscow Times, Forbes, NautilusNational Geographic, and Newsweek. He previously worked at AOL and appears widely on television and radio. He is a graduate of Princeton University, where he studied comparative literature. For more information visit rosskennethurken.com

Recent Articles By The Author

What Sexy Company Will IPO Next?

What Sexy Company Will IPO Next?

Everyone wants to know what hot companies will next go public and make shares available for investors to purchase. Here's which companies to look out for.

These Jobs Allow You to Travel for Free

These Jobs Allow You to Travel for Free

While working, we're dreaming of squeezing in that much-needed trip. But what if your actual job required you to travel to fascinating destinations -- all expenses paid?

How to Invest in a Racehorse Even If You're Not a Millionaire

How to Invest in a Racehorse Even If You're Not a Millionaire

For those looking to diversify their portfolio while potentially giving their money a little giddy-up, investing in thoroughbreds is an exciting avenue to take, despite the risks.

Rolls-Royce Dawn Is a Luxury Magic Carpet Ride

Rolls-Royce Dawn Is a Luxury Magic Carpet Ride

The sexy convertible is a true driver's car that Rolls-Royce customers have come to expect.

IPO ETFs: An Aggressive Play For Ambitious Investors

IPO ETFs: An Aggressive Play For Ambitious Investors

IPO Exchange traded funds haven't had a great track record of late - but the upside could be big going forward, if investors can stomach the risk.