Michael Maggi

Michael Maggi, founder and creator of Money by Maggi, currently works as a research analyst and equity trader for himself. He is also currently a paid contributor for Small Cap Specialists LLC, who focus on nano- to mid-cap publicly traded companies. In the past, Michael has worked for various asset management and financial services firms including Gabelli Asset Management (GAMCO Investors) in Rye, NY; UBS Financial Services in Stamford, CT in the Global Wealth Management division; and Merrill Lynch in Fairfield, CT. He has been investing in the stock market since middle school and has a true passion for the industry. Michael holds a BS in Finance from Fairfield University in Fairfield, CT, and is a CFA charterholder.


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Recent Articles By The Author

Why Priceline Should Consider Buying Its Online Rival TripAdvisor

Why Priceline Should Consider Buying Its Online Rival TripAdvisor

TripAdvisor stands to gain as Priceline considers expanding its portfolio through additional takeovers.

Facebook and Twitter Diverging in Business and Growth Prospects

Facebook and Twitter Diverging in Business and Growth Prospects

Despite earnings misses and stumbling stocks, social media giants Facebook and Twitter continue divergence in businesses and long-term growth prospects.

Starbucks, Chipotle, McDonald's Profit From Hungry Teens' Spending

Starbucks, Chipotle, McDonald's Profit From Hungry Teens' Spending

Starbucks, Chipotle and McDonald's remain the top restaurant choices among hungry and thirsty teens.

Why This Stock Market Selloff Should Evoke Greed, Not Fear

Why This Stock Market Selloff Should Evoke Greed, Not Fear

Despite the market's recent pullback, many investors don't see the declines as a buying opportunity. Maybe they should.

How Ralph Lauren Inventory Issues Could Let VF, Kors Steal the Spotlight

How Ralph Lauren Inventory Issues Could Let VF, Kors Steal the Spotlight

A closer look at Ralph Lauren shows an increasing cash conversion cycle and decreasing inventory turnover ratio over the years. Should investors be concerned?