Jacob Sonenshine

Jacob Sonenshine is a markets reporter covering both stocks and bonds. He covers tech stocks, especially the FAANG group. He also covers the broader market from both the bull and bear perspectives. As certain policy and legal issues like international trade and SEC violations come up, he covers any industry or company impacted by such events. 

Before joining TheStreet, Jacob was a markets intern at Business Insider, where he covered similar issues, with a heavy focus on FAANG stocks. 

He got his Bachelor's degree from Hunter College in Political Science with a focus on economic policy and financial regulation. 

Follow him on Twitter @SonenshineJ 


Recent Articles By The Author

What Is Inflation and Why Does it Matter?

What Is Inflation and Why Does it Matter?

For beginners, here's why markets care about inflation...and what inflation even is.

Netflix's International Subscriber Growth Gains Focus as Q3 Earnings Approach

Netflix's International Subscriber Growth Gains Focus as Q3 Earnings Approach

Here's what investors are grappling with ahead of Netflix's earnings report on Oct. 16.

With U.S-China Trade Talks Uncertain, Buy Defensive Stocks, One Expert Says

With U.S-China Trade Talks Uncertain, Buy Defensive Stocks, One Expert Says

Here's one way to tariff-proof your portfolio.

Equipment Makers Trending Positively, Contrary to ISM Manufacturing Data

Equipment Makers Trending Positively, Contrary to ISM Manufacturing Data

United Rentals, Willscot and John Deere all show positive trends, according to an analyst. Caterpillar does not.

Trade War Recap: What Investors Need to Know Now

Trade War Recap: What Investors Need to Know Now

Here's all you need to know on the current state of U.S.-China trade relations.

What Does Impeachment Have to Do With Markets?

What Does Impeachment Have to Do With Markets?

Confused? TheStreet is here to unconfuse you.

Domino's Analysts, Post-Earnings: Things Could Get Worse. Here's What to Weigh.

Domino's Analysts, Post-Earnings: Things Could Get Worse. Here's What to Weigh.

When considering Domino's stock, investors must study two key matters. One's negative, the other positive.

Here's What Uber Needs to Do to Drive Its Share Price Up

Here's What Uber Needs to Do to Drive Its Share Price Up

The ride-sharing giant must show some progress towards becoming profitable to win the support of investors.

Why Domino's Latest Earnings Report Left Investors With Indigestion

Why Domino's Latest Earnings Report Left Investors With Indigestion

Domino's is a solid company that is clearly having some near-term troubles.

Why Stock Investors Should Keep Their Eyes on U.S. Steel Stocks

Why Stock Investors Should Keep Their Eyes on U.S. Steel Stocks

American steelmakers are telling us something valuable about the impact of tariffs.