John Kinsellagh is a freelance writer, former financial advisor and attorney specializing in civil litigation and securities law. He completed the Boston Security Analysts’ Society course on “Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management.” Kinsellagh has served as an arbitrator for FINRA for over 25 years resolving disputes within the financial services industry. He writes primarily on financial markets, legal and regulatory issues that impact the investment community and personal finance.
Kinsellagh specializes in content creation on a wide range of personal finance/investment topics; original content subjects include financial markets, retirement savings vehicles (IRA’s/401k), investment strategies as well as legal and regulatory issues that impact the investment community.
Kinsellagh has written extensively on various topics including ETF’s, active vs. passive fund management; the direction of the yield curve and its impact on the market; explaining the inverse bond/equity relationship; analysis of individual stocks as well as industry sectors and whether markets and/or individual issues are over or undervalued and the uncertainty of predicting monetary policy of the federal reserve.