Chris Lange

Chris Lange is an analyst for 24/7 Wall St., based in Houston. He has covered financial markets over the past five years with an emphasis on healthcare, tech, and IPOs. During this time, he has published thousands of articles with insightful analysis across these complex fields.

Lange's work has been quoted or mentioned in Forbes, The New York Times, Business Insider, USA Today, MSN, Yahoo, The Verge, Vice, The Intelligencer, Quartz, Nasdaq, The Motley Fool, Fox Business, International Business Times, The Street, Seeking Alpha, Barron’s, Benzinga, and many other major publications.

A graduate of Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas, Lange majored in business with a particular focus on investments. He has previous experience in the banking industry and has helped start a small business.

Lastest Stories by Chris Lange

Apple's record quarter is a rare miss for investors despite topping estimates.
Twitter got absolutely crushed after reporting third quarter results on Thursday afternoon.
Amazon reported stellar third quarter results after the close, but investors did not seem that enthused
When Moderna reported its most recent quarterly results before the markets opened on Thursday, the earnings (or loss in this case) were not the most important feature of the report.
Pinterest shares soared early Thursday in the wake of a strong third-quarter earnings report, due in part to recovering advertiser demand.
Shopify reported better than expected third-quarter results before the opening bell on Thursday, and yet shares were down shortly after the opening bell.
Ford Motor Co. released its third quarter earnings report after the closing bell on Wednesday, and investors cheered these results.
Amgen and Gilead released their most recent financial results after the closing bell on Wednesday.
United Parcel Service released better than expected third-quarter results before the markets opened on Wednesday, but shares retreated.
Mastercard reported its most recent quarterly results before the markets opened on Wednesday, and investors were not pleased.
First Solar reported incredible third quarter results after the markets closed Tuesday, investors cheered on these results.
FireEye continued to post record numbers this quarter in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Amazon has announced that it will be adding even more employees to its workforce for the holiday season.
Catabasis Pharmaceuticalswas absolutely devastated on Tuesday after the company announced top-line results from its late-stage study in muscular dystrophy.
Merck and Pfizer reported their most recent quarterly results before the opening bell Tuesday, and investors were not thrilled about this quarter for these two pharmaceutical giants.