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.

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When the S&P last challenged its 200-day moving average — the threshold of a bull-bear market —it failed and went on to lose 16%.
The S&P 500 rallied 5% following the midterms, but stocks sold off sharply after more tough talk from the Fed.
Being able to separate fact from opinion will make you a more informed investor. And informed investors are better investors.
Consumer inflation in October was 7.7%, down from 8.2% in September. This comes after the Dow posted its strongest October in history.
As interest rates increase, there’s a direct correlation to decreased consumer demand for purchases that require financing.
Analysts will have to pump the brakes on recession talk after a strong GDP report.
The market found a short-term bottom as stocks rallied early this week. But by Wednesday, it reversed.
With holiday season around the corner, big-box retailers can gift your portfolio strong returns.
Despite the S&P 500 being down nearly 25% year to date, opportunity abounds if investors know where to look.
Of the 13,436 stocks in the Weiss Ratings universe, only six come with ratings of “A-” or better.

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