Brian O'Connell

Brian O’Connell is a Doylestown, Pennsylvania-based freelance writer with 17 years experience covering business news and trends, particularly in the financial, health and sciences, Internet and technology, political and career management sectors.

O'Connell is a former Wall Street bond trader; and is a best-selling author who’s placed two investment books in "The Book of the Month Club". Brian is also a high-profile business writer whose byline has appeared in dozens of top-tier national business publications, including CBS News, Time, MSN Money, The Wall Street Journal, CNBC, The Street.com, Yahoo Finance, CBS Marketwatch, and many more.

For more information, please visit his web site at: https://brianoco.contently.com/. Or, visit this Amazon.com link http://www.amazon.com/Brian-OConnell/e/B001H6US9Y for a list/review of some of Brian's book titles.


Recent Articles By The Author

Female Advisors More Likely to Be Punished For Misconduct

Female Advisors More Likely to Be Punished For Misconduct

Evidently, there's less of a 'second chance' for female advisors fired for misconduct - even though male advisors usually get one, a new study claims.

Patriotic Consumers Will Buy American, But on Their Own Financial Terms

Patriotic Consumers Will Buy American, But on Their Own Financial Terms

The Trump administration's "Buy American" campaign seems to be resonating with much of the nation, but with specific spending limits.

Mortgage Applications And Housing Starts Are Up Big-Time

Mortgage Applications And Housing Starts Are Up Big-Time

Are we seeing spring real estate momentum? It's a triumvirate of good news this month for the U.S. real estate, and that should trigger a big spring selling boom.

Taxes and Charitable Giving: Here's How to Do It Right

Taxes and Charitable Giving: Here's How to Do It Right

Almost half of all investors give to charities to ease their tax burden. But how do they know their money is going where it's needed most?

Why Investors and Advisors May Bite on Interval Funds

Why Investors and Advisors May Bite on Interval Funds

A fund that buys back shares from investors is raising eyebrows on Wall Street -- but it has a few hard and fast rules shareholders must abide.