Mike Burnick, who has over 25 years of professional investment experience, is a contributor to the daily newsletter Money and Markets. Mike is also an editor of Martin’s Ultimate Portfolio and Ultimate Stock Options.
Mike has been a Registered Investment Adviser and portfolio manager responsible for the day-to-day operations of a mutual fund. He also held the position of investment research analyst and Director of Research for Weiss Capital Management, where he assisted with trading and asset-allocation responsibilities for a $5 million ETF portfolio.
Formerly, Mike served as Director of Research for the Sovereign Society and took on the roles of senior analyst and editor. His responsibilities included analysis of global financial markets and economic trends focusing on global ETF investing and options on ETFs.
A graduate of Stetson University, Mike has degrees in finance and management. He is a frequent guest commentator on CNBC, Fox Business News, Bloomberg TV and nationally syndicated financial talk-radio programs.
Mike is a volunteer in several charitable organizations, including the American Red Cross and the South Florida Blood Bank. He and his family live in Jupiter, Fla.
Recently by Mike Burnick
The Fed continues to pretend that it can influence the markets - but it can't fool old financial pros who know better.
September's the worst month for stocks, and this September's even worse because volatility has turned the markets into whiplashing roller-coasters.
Mike Burnick usually bucks the pessimists, but even the avowed contrarian feels uneasy about the "distrusted" bull market
There's a glimmer of light at the end of the tunnel in the earnings recession for S&P 500 companies
The S&P 500's bull market is getting a little long in the tooth but that doesn't mean it's getting ready to expire.