Chad Fraser is a veteran investment writer who has been delving into the latest investing trends—and the stocks poised to profit from them—for Investing Daily since 2011.
Based in Canada, Chad has spent his 15-year career working on some of the country’s best-known investment publications, including Investor’s Digest of Canada and The Successful Investor. He also covered Canada’s fast-changing resource sector as a writer with the Vancouver-based Resource Investing News website (resourceinvestingnews.com).
Chad currently covers stocks and investment issues for Investing Daily’s main website (investingdaily.com) and regularly contributes to its specialized investment newsletters, including Personal Finance, Canadian Edge and Global Income Edge.
Recent Articles By The Author
Here's Why Ford Is the Auto Stock to Buy While Trump Is President
The car maker is well-positioned to steer around any protectionist trade moves.
Cisco Systems Could Thrive From Recent Acquisition, Trump Tax Plan
A proposed tax holiday could spark more acquisitions by the tech giant and a dividend hike, too.
Stanley's Acquisition of Craftsman Brand a Likely Boon for Its Stock
The company has picked a good time to snap up the iconic Craftsman brand, which controls more than a quarter of the hand-tools market in the U.S.
Activision Is a Video Game Stock That Could Soar in 2017
Activision Blizzard shares are down from their 2016 peak, but the company has plenty going for it in the new year.
This Bargain Stock Could Be a Big Post-Election Winner
More business travelers are flying Delta Air Lines in the wake of the presidential election, and the wave of airline mergers means smoother flying ahead.
Here Is the Real Reason Why Domino's Is Experimenting With Drones
The company's latest moves are about more than just delivering pizza.
Here Is What Boeing's Defeat Before the WTO Means for Its Shares
The company lost a trade skirmish on Monday, but its prospects still look bright.
Here's Why Campbell Soup Stock Is Going Nowhere in 2017
Changing consumer tastes and poor execution bode ill for the company.