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

Will Robo-Advisors Benefit From the Fiduciary Rule?

Will Robo-Advisors Benefit From the Fiduciary Rule?

Change is coming in the financial advisory sector, so much so, industry insiders say advisors had better brace themselves.

Rebalancing Act: Handling Client Investment Portfolios the Right Way

Rebalancing Act: Handling Client Investment Portfolios the Right Way

Portfolio balancing usually yields good results, but only if advisors do it correctly - and with plenty of moving parts involved, that's no easy task.

5 Great Estate Planning Tips for the Rest of Your Life

5 Great Estate Planning Tips for the Rest of Your Life

Creating a solid estate planning strategy is the capper on the jug of a life well lived - so take it seriously.

What Will the Financial Advisor Industry Look Like in 2020?

What Will the Financial Advisor Industry Look Like in 2020?

Change is coming in the financial advisory sector, so much so, industry insiders say advisors had better brace themselves.

Millennials Aren't Into Life Insurance, Despite Some Obvious Risks

Millennials Aren't Into Life Insurance, Despite Some Obvious Risks

Younger Americans don't seem to get the premise that not having life insurance is a big risk - and they're okay with it.