Jordan Chussler

| Managing Editor

After graduating from Lynn University as a member of the Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society and the U.S. Achievement Academy’s All-American Scholar Program, Jordan Chussler has spent the last 15 years working in digital publishing.

He began his career as an editor for a research database publisher before transitioning to higher education, where he managed a university press producing digital textbooks and scholarship.

In 2021, he joined Weiss Ratings to manage a team of research analysts and senior editors. Jordan currently oversees publications reporting on traditional equities, including stocks, ETFs, income vehicles, options and private equity. He also serves as a contributing writer for Weiss Ratings Daily.

Jordan Chussler's Articles
Financial media declaring a new bull market was preemptive & careless.
GDP for Q1 came in at 2%, exceeding analysts’ expectations of 1.3% & marking the 9th time in the past 11 quarters the U.S. economy has seen positive expansion.
After optimism about a new bull market consumed financial media last week, this week, all 3 major indices posted losses.
On Wednesday, the Federal Reserve announced it will pause its rate-hiking cycle.
Good or bad, it’s not going away. Electric vehicles and solar energy are examples of how strong opinions can cause portfolio mismanagement.
For the first time ever, investments in green energy will surpass investments in fossil fuels.
What goes up must come down … even if just briefly before going up once again.
The end of earnings season is near & the news isn’t inspiring confidence in the market.
A standoff in Congress is thrusting America toward a breach of its debt ceiling.
There’s speculation that this could be the last in a series of Fed rate hikes.

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