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

These 3 Tips Will Help You Find an Affordable Place to Live in the Scorching Housing Market

These 3 Tips Will Help You Find an Affordable Place to Live in the Scorching Housing Market

U.S. housing starts are up - what does that mean for the residential real estate market?

Why the 4% Rule May Not Be the Right Move on Annual Retirement Withdrawals

Why the 4% Rule May Not Be the Right Move on Annual Retirement Withdrawals

For decades, financial advisor have set clients' annual retirement savings withdrawal number at 4%, with few complaints. But that figure might be changing.

Credit Union Memberships Are on the Rise - But Why?

Credit Union Memberships Are on the Rise - But Why?

With credit union memberships on the rise, the industry has an opportunity to increase its visibility - but what will it show?

10 Great Places for U.S. Ex-Pats to Retire

10 Great Places for U.S. Ex-Pats to Retire

Looking for a beautiful, but affordable, place to live in retirement? Stop thinking Florida.

Companies That Suffer a Data Breach See 42% Slide in Stock Price

Companies That Suffer a Data Breach See 42% Slide in Stock Price

Data breach's hurt companies in more ways than one. How about a firm's stock price, for starters?