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 companies have a very good shot at crossing the finish line first with a COVID-19 vaccine. Even those that won't also have huge product lines and robust pipelines with future drug potential and...
These five companies have been hurt by the pandemic but could be big winners if a successful and safe vaccine is brought to the public sometime soon. Their shares remain Buy-rated at some of the top...
These five high-conviction health care stock picks from the analysts at Jefferies all make sense for investors looking to gain exposure to a sector that should continue to do well the rest of 2020...
While energy remains wildly out of favor, Goldman Sachs is positive on the sector for 2021 and feels that we will see an increase in benchmark pricing next year as the COVID-19 pandemic tapers off...
What may make sense now is for nervous investors to hunker down in safe dividend-paying stocks of companies with products that will not go out of demand, at least until the election is settled and we...
These four top companies are executing well and have delivered the goods in a big way during the pandemic. Their stocks still look to have very solid upside to the Goldman Sachs price targets.
Given the impending election, issues with China and a host of other reasons, it makes sense for investors to take advantage of the recent dip in gold prices and add exposure to the sector. That can...
These four consumer staples stocks make sense as we start the fourth quarter. After the big gains investors have seen this year, it makes sense to take some profits and reset with more conservative...
While the days of huge capital gains are long over, it now makes sense for income-starved investors to look again at the utility sector. These four top stocks come with dependable and safe dividends,...
We screened our 24/7 Wall St. research database looking for smaller cap technology and related companies that are likely to survive the current troubles and could very well offer patient investors...
According to a new BofA Securities research report, the financial and energy sectors have big upside potential. These five stocks make sense now for investors looking to make some changes away from...
The team at Stifel that went out on a limb back in March to predict a relief rally in the stock market now is very concerned warnings signals reminiscent of the dot-com bubble burst. Nine specific...
These five Dividend Aristocrats have sizable upside to the Wall Street targets and pay at least 4%. In a market that is very long in the tooth, they make sense now.
These four high-conviction health care stock ideas from the analysts at Jefferies all make sense for investors looking to gain exposure to a sector that should continue to do well the rest of 2020...
The five battered stock that all pay at least a 6% dividend and offer a reasonable degree of safety. Even if a recovery in the share prices takes a while, the high dividends will make the wait more...