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

Tuesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Airbnb, Krispy Kreme, Old Dominion Freight Line, Planet Fitness, Square, Workday and XPO Logistics.
These five top Jefferies bank stock picks really are value plays when compared to the very overbought and pricey stock market as a whole. With earnings out of the way, investors can feel good about...
Returning capital to investors shows that a company is doing well and has the earnings and cash flow strength to increase the payouts. Five top companies are expected to hike their dividends this...
Monday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Baker Hughes, Bloomin' Brands, DoorDash, Estee Lauder, First Solar, Levi Strauss, Lyft, Mondelez and Yeti.
With dependable dividends and long histories of market dominance, these top stocks make good sense for growth and income investors looking to add energy but who are wary due to the big run-up in oil...
These are five stocks for aggressive investors looking to get share count leverage on companies that have sizable upside potential. They are not penny stocks with no track record or liquidity, and...
Friday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Advanced Micro Devices, Hartford Financial, Nokia, Pinterest, Riot Blockchain and T-Mobile.
These six top Goldman Sachs stock picks all pay healthy dividends and offer great total return potential and less potential volatility in a very overbought stock market that may be poised for a...
Cirrus Logic, Facebook, Spotify and Wingstop were among the analyst upgrades and downgrades seen on Thursday.
Thursday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Boeing, Campbell's Soup, Dick's Sporting Goods, Hess, iRobot, Robinhood Markets, Spotify, Tesla and Zoom Video Communications.
The technology sector continues to provide much of the growth in the U.S. markets and around the world. These five top tech companies pay big and dependable dividends, and their stocks have solid...
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Advanced Micro Devices, Chewy, Juniper Networks, MGM Resorts, Microsoft, Salesforce.com, Sony, Teladoc and Virgin Galactic.
The electric vehicle revolution is still in its infancy, but by playing the power-generation angle, conservative investors can have a piece of the action and receive solid and dependable dividends...
Tuesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included AbbVie, Alibaba, American Airlines, AT&T, Chipotle Mexican Grill, JD.com, Kimberly-Clark, Pfizer, Starbucks and Weyerhaeuser.
With bond yields remaining at generational lows, and the prospect of them going meaningfully higher in the near term seemingly off the table, it makes sense for growth and income investors to...