Jon C. Ogg

Jon C. Ogg co-founded 24/7 Wall St. in 2006 and is chairman of the board. He has authored thousands of articles on investing, the economy, personal finance, and money matters. He provides live news analysis of the stock market and bond market, and also covers the economy, personal finance, corporate finance, private companies, and non-traditional assets and alternative asset classes.

Ogg has appeared as a guest multiple times on CNBC and also on NPR. In addition to 24/7 Wall St., his work has been published on websites such as Investopedia, Yahoo Finance, MSN, AOL, Business Insider, USA Today, MarketWatch and Fox Business. His pieces have also been quoted in Barron's, Bloomberg, Forbes, RealClearMarkets, the BBC and in local newspaper and media websites, as well as on specialized websites dedicated to specific aspects of investing, business and the economy.

Prior to 24/7 Wall St. Ogg founded the TradeTheNews squawk box service, delivering breaking news and analysis to hedge funds, day traders and other active traders; he sold that service in 2003. He has also held roles as a licensed broker in stocks and bonds; acted as an independent news analyst for brokers and traders; been an investment advisor; raised seed capital; and served as an expert witness on valuations in a lawsuit between brokerage firms.

He lives in the Texas Hill Country with his wife and children and has worked in Houston, Chicago, New York City and in Copenhagen, Denmark. Jon Ogg received a bachelor of business administration in finance at the University of Houston in 1992.

He can be found by @Jonogg on Twitter and 'Jon Ogg' on LinkedIn.

Lastest Stories by Jon C. Ogg

Here are 13 other companies that should seriously entertain splitting their stocks. Splits are of course a gimmick, but the stock market usually rewards companies for splitting their stocks.
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A dozen analysts have raised their price targets on Ally Financial since it reported better than expected earnings on Friday.
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Friday's reporting about CIT was supposed to be all about how the lender's earnings were looking. Then came the surprise announcement about a merger.
When investors think of electric vehicles and the huge stock gains seen in 2020, they probably think of Elon Musk and Tesla. They should have been focused on Nio.
The widespread economic reports have shown mixed signals about the recovery, but a fresh look at retail sales came in much stronger than expected.
Friday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included AGCO, Caterpillar, Chewy, Clorox, Costco Wholesale, First Solar, Netflix, Snap, Starbucks and Wynn Resorts.
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Earnings season has kicked off and investors are already chasing the winners higher and punishing the losers. It is not exactly a secret that investors chase performance. That’s why it is so...
Array Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: ARRY) has traded sharply higher on its debut in trading. The New Mexico-based maker of solar ground mounting systems and “trackers” priced its initial...
New trends may be helping to change the automotive industry landscape. There may even be some upside for the sector coming out of the pandemic.
Two regional Federal Reserve reports from Thursday offer a better picture for the manufacturing sector in October, even if the positive readings were moving in opposite directions.
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