Brett Hershman is a Writer from San Diego, CA. He is the founder of Leverage Equity Research.
In addition to writing at TheStreet, Brett is a staff writer at Benzinga.com. His work has been seen numerous National Publications including Yahoo! Finance, Market Watch, Morningstar, MSN Money, Seeking Alpha, The Philadelphia Inquirer and the Baltimore Sun.
Hershman received his bachelors degree from Arizona State University with a focus in Liberal Arts.
Recent Articles By The Author
Here Are 3 Actions to Take When Searching for a Financial Adviser
Ask about the investment professional's philosophy, ensure that he or she fits the required needs and scrutinize the person's background.
Gold Stays in Play, as Economic and Political Uncertainty Persist
Investors who want to hedge against a market pullback may want to buy the precious metal.
Specialization Is Key for Next Wave of Vacation Rental Start-ups
Consumers are increasingly opting for bespoke travel accommodations beyond high rises and resorts. So what looks like the game-changer in the luxury segment?
Franchisers Target Millennials and Their Entrepreneurial Mindset
Younger people tend to be suspicious of Corporate America and enthusiastic about the idea of business ownership.
4 Items to Consider Before Making the Next Real Estate Investment
Determining what markets are ripe to invest in can be a daunting task. Here are four factors to think about.
Why Old-Fashioned Direct Mail Is Still Useful for Advertisers
Nearly four in five consumers open most of their direct mail.
Franchise Business May Be The Best Bet for Aspiring Entrepreneurs
From venture capital to family-owned businesses, more people are turning to the proven franchise model for solid returns.
Nike Stock Falls Off a Cliff After Hours Despite Solid Growth
Nike stock dropped 4% after hours after delivering a revenue and earnings beat. Investors got more than expected, but less than they wanted.
7 Key Takeaways from Apple's Third-Quarter Earnings
Apple Released its third-quarter earnings yesterday, beating fairly low expectations. The stock has spiked 5% after the earnings release.
How to Limit Exposure to the Blue Light Emitted From Electronics
Increased electronics use is exposing us to dangerous artificial blue light that prevents people from getting REM sleep.