Jane Edmondson is a registered investment advisor serving both private clients and other investment advisors. Her firm, EQM Capital LLC, is headquartered in San Diego, California. She has more than 20 years of financial experience in the investment industry and worked for more than 12 years as in Institutional Investment Analyst and Portfolio Manager before founding her own firm in 2013. She holds an MBA in Finance from San Diego State University and a BA degree in English from UC Irvine.
Recent Articles By The Author
The Clicks Are Beating the Bricks in the Continuing Retail Battle
Despite initial optimism for traditional retailers during the holiday season, e-commerce sales as a percentage of the total rose again.
Cyber Monday Was a Major Success; These Stocks Are the Best Bets
Sales hit a record $3.39 billion, with mobile surpassing the $1 billion mark. How can investors ride the wave?
Retail Spending Remains Healthy, Continues to Move Online
Nonstore retail gained 12.2% in May year over year; consumers continue to prefer shopping online
The Disruption of Retail in 3 Charts
As the retail earnings season comes to a close, several key trends have emerged. Here's where retail is going, in three charts.
Will Alibaba and Other Online Retailer Earnings Deliver? Here Are 4 Stocks to Watch
A number of online retailers report earnings on May 5th including Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba. Will these companies deliver this earnings season?
Amazon Isn't the Only Online Retail Stock to Buy
Amazon may be the behemoth of online retail, but it is not the only company benefiting from the industry trend.
Here's What Went Wrong With Amazon's Earnings Report
Yes, Amazon.com (AMZN) suffered a big earnings miss, and its stock plummeted on Friday. But here's what the e-commerce company is doing right for the long term.
What Will Chipmaker Qualcomm's Next Move Be?
Qualcomm is at an interesting crossroads as the chip industry is undergoing consolidation. Will Qualcomm eat another company or be eaten?
These 5 Simple Charts Explain the Markets in the First Quarter
Volatility in oil prices, currency, and interest rates made for a bumpy ride for investors in the first quarter, but these market conditions were a boon to active managers.
3 Winners and Losers From Continued Declines in Oil Prices
The verdict is still out on the implications of low oil prices on the economy, corporate earnings, and stock prices.