Matt Thalman received his undergraduate degree from West Virginia University and his MBA from the University of Phoenix. After living on the West Coast for a number of years, Thalman now lives in Northern Virginia. He has been writing since 2011 but his love for the markets began after learning about the awesome power of compound interest while studying business in college. Thalman mainly focuses on consumer-facing stocks and general investing topics, but will also cover other areas of the markets if he believes there is something important investors need to know. Follow him on Twitter @mthalman5513.
Recent Articles By The Author
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Here is the scoop on three of Thursday's biggest movers.
Coach, ExxonMobil and Under Armour Earnings Reports Drive Stocks
Here is a closer look at three of Tuesday's big movers.
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The Dow at last hit the big mark, which raises the question: So what?
Parsing the Growth Prospects of 3M, J&J and Yahoo! After Earnings
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3 Troubled Companies and How to Play Them in the New Year
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A Look at 5 Big Movers Thursday That Are Stocks to Watch in 2017
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High-Flying Chip Maker Nvidia's Shares Aren't for the Risk-Averse
The technology company's stock has had stellar gains this year. However, price volatility could make this a perilous play for investors.
2 Stocks to Avoid and 1 to Buy as 2017 Approaches
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