Jonathan Yates

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Jonathan Yates is a financial journalist who has authored thousands of articles that have appeared in Newsweek, Foreign Policy, The Washington Post, and Wyatt Investment Research, among others. Much of his career was spent on Capitol Hill, where he was granted "Top Secret" clearance in accordance with his duties. He has degrees from Harvard, Johns Hopkins, and the Georgetown University Law Center.

How to Profit From the Actions of Activist Investors

Whenever asked what stock to buy, Warren Buffett has always advised purchasing shares of Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE: BRK-A),

Beat the ‘4% Rule’ with These Dividend Aristocrats

For retirement planning, a 4% withdrawal rate is often used in calculating how much to spend annually so that one does not ru

Why Warren Buffett Loves Newspapers

The best newspapers such as The New York Times (NYSE: NYT) and Tribune Publishing (NASDAQ: TPUB) have proven to be among the

Will India Outpace China’s Oil Demand?

Logic would dictate that falling oil and natural gas prices would benefit the biggest global consumers: China and India.

Have Oil Prices Bottomed?

For the American consumer, the fall in oil prices has been seen more at the macro-level than felt at the micro-level in many

Preferred Stocks: A Preferable Source of High-Yield Income

Even plain vanilla index funds do well in bull markets, but the blend of features offered in high-yield preferred stocks from

This Retail Stock Just Got Interesting for Income Investors

For growth, value and especially income investors, there is much to like about Costco's (NASDAQ: COST) recent announcement th

What Will an Iran Nuclear Deal Mean for Oil Prices?

United States Oil Fund (NYSE: USO), a major exchange traded fund for oil, is up for the last week, month and quarter of marke

Will Total’s Russian Natural Gas Gamble Pay Off?

For long-term investors, the agreement Total SA (NYSE: TOT) reached to develop natural gas in Russia utilizing Chinese financ

Are Canadian Bank Stocks a Good Long-Term Income Play?

Canadian bank stocks such as Bank of Montreal (NYSE: BMO), The Bank of Nova Scotia (NYSE: BNS), Royal Bank of Canada (NYSE: R