Thought Leadership

Informing Investors and Sharing Financial Expertise

Daniel Cohen studies the financial markets daily and formulates investment strategies based on the foundational strengths of various companies and industrial performance evidence. Mr. Cohen is a regular financial writer for the two largest newspapers in his local market. He shares his expertise publicly to help retail investors better understand and consider important economic indicators.

Read Daniel Cohen’s published articles and related materials below:

 NHBR May 2017 Investing in Real Estate

 NHBR February 2017 Cash is Not King 

 NHBR December 2016 Rethinking Balanced Investing

 NHBR September 2016 Not-So-Smart Investments

 NHBR December 2016 Rethinking Balanced Investing

 Business NH Magazine September 2016 Health and Wealth 

 NHBR April 2016 The Slow and Steady Road to Wealth

 NHBR October 2015 Prepare to live to 100

 NHBR: July 2015 Raising Children Financial Plan Killer

 NHBR, May, 2015: Expectations and Objectives

 NHBR, February, 2015: Which stock is more suitable, Google or GE?

 NHBR, January, 2015: Retirement Planning Mistakes to Avoid

 NHBR, September 2014: Tax-free income from your N.H. city or town.

 NHBR, June 2014: Business owners’ unique investment considerations.

 NHBR May 2014: Investing The Old Fashioned Way.

 NHBR, Nov 2013: Bond investment landscape looks gloomy.

 NHBR, Jul 2013: Lessons from 20 years in the stock market.

 Union Leader, Jul 2013: Lessons from 20 years in the stock market.

 NHBR May 2013: Strategies to bolster your retirement confidence.

 Union Leader, Mar 2013: Deciphering the Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012.

 NHBR Mar 2013: The mistake of not seeking professional advice.

 NHBR Jan 2013: Investing in what you buy pays dividends.

 NHBR Dec 2012: Are you financially prepared for 2013?

 NHBR Dec 2011: A word of warning to bond buyers.

 NHBR May 2011: Which retirement plan is right for your business?

 NHBR Apr 2011: Global investing from the comfort of home.

 NHBR Dec 2010: Stock dividends: long-term answer in low-interest climate.