Lee Jackson

Lee Jackson has covered Wall Street analysts equity and debt research in addition to equity strategy daily for 24/7 Wall St. since 2012. His broad and diverse career, which included a stint as the creative services director at the NBC affiliate in Austin, Texas, gives him a unique insight into the financial industry and world.

With 30 years of financial industry experience, which included almost 20 years as an institutional equity salesperson at Bear Stearns, Lehman Brothers and Morgan Stanley, Lee was on the sell side during some of the biggest Wall Street events, including the dot.com rise, bubble and explosion in the 1990’s and 2000, the Long Term Capital Management debacle, 9/11, the Great Recession of 2008 and much more. In addition, he was the head of trading at one of Houston's largest family offices for three years.

Lee’s practical financial industry experience from a career spent at some of the biggest and best banks and brokerage firms, combined with a lifetime spent writing on many different platforms, helps him to shine a light for readers on the nuances and ways of Wall Street that only somebody with deep insider experience and knowledge can provide. Plus his countless contacts and relationships across Wall Street still provide continued direct access for him and for 24/7 Wall St. that few firms enjoy. Since 2012 Jackson’s work for 24/7 Wall St. has been featured in Barron’s, Yahoo Finance, MarketWatch, Business Insider, TradingView, Real Money, The Street, Seeking Alpha, Benzinga and other media outlets. He attended the prestigious Cranbrook Schools in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, and has a degree in broadcasting from the Specs Howard School of Media Arts.

Lastest Stories by Lee Jackson

These are five stocks for aggressive investors looking to get share count leverage on companies that have sizable upside potential. While not suited for all investors, they are not penny stocks with...
Friday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Applied Materials, Autodesk, Bank of America, BP, Broadcom, Micron Technology, Morgan Stanley and Western Digital.
While not suited for conservative income investors, these two top biotech stocks could have huge total return potential and offer investors with a touch more risk tolerance some very tempting entry...
Thursday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included AT&T, Abbott Laboratories, Avis Budget, Bed Bath & Beyond, Beyond Meat, Caterpillar, UPS, Walmart and Wynn Resorts.
Goldman Sachs continues to favor these three telecom infrastructure stocks ahead of their earnings reports. The stocks have had a powerful run over the past few years but have backed up nicely,...
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Analog Devices, Constellation Brands, Crown Castle, Dow, LyondellBasell, On Semiconductor, Plug Power, Sherwin-Williams and Workday.
These five sin stocks look like outstanding values now and may be just the ticket for worried investors not bothered by these industries. These stocks are all rated Buy and should hold up well in a...
These four top companies are expected to lift the dividends they pay to shareholders, and their stocks are rated Buy across Wall Street, making them excellent total return candidates.
Tuesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Airbnb, Archer Daniels Midland, DraftKings, MGM Resorts International, Nike and Square.
These five large-cap stocks are ideal for growth stock investors looking to capitalize on the solid natural gas pricing and demand environment. They may be off the radar for some investors, but they...
Monday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Carvana, Cloudflare, Comcast, ConocoPhillips, Constellation Brands, Exxon Mobil, Eli Lilly, SoFi Technologies and Starbucks.
The top large-cap financials likely will post some very solid numbers for the third quarter this week. These four stocks look very attractive for growth investors with a longer timeframe and can be...
These are five stocks for aggressive investors looking to get share count leverage on companies that have sizable upside potential. While not suited for all investors, they are not penny stocks with...
Friday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Caesars Entertainment, Charter Communications, Conagra Brands, Corning, Denny’s, General Electric, Home Depot, Plug Power, Sirius XM, 3M and...
These five Dividend Aristocrat stocks have reasonable upside to the Wall Street targets, and of course they all pay very dependable dividends. With even moderate appreciation in the share prices of...