Brad Simmerman is Cabot Wealth Network’s Web Editor and a contributing Analyst to Cabot Wealth Daily, the award-winning free daily advisory.
Brad joined Cabot in 2020 after several years as a freelance writer and pool reporter for Courthouse News Service, and he strives to bring a reporter’s analytical eye to economic macro trends and the world of stock investing. Prior to his time as a professional writer and editor, Brad worked, in multiple capacities, as a Stock Broker with Charles Schwab where he worked with high-net-worth clients, trained dedicated active-trader teams on technical analysis and market mechanics, and resolved high-level client concerns as part of the in-house arbitration team.
Brad lives in Arizona with his wife, two children and dog Chewbacca (Chewy) whose name turned out to be far more appropriate than he could have guessed.
Articles by Brad Simmerman
With housing demand still strong and the home improvement market growing, it's time to break down Lowe's vs. Home Depot and pick the better home improvement stock.
Depending on how sophisticated you are, you can save on your living trust cost by creating it yourself or with the help of an online service.
LEAPS can be a useful investing strategy for longer-term speculative investments but the question today is: Can leaps investing be used as a substitute for buying the underlying stock?
Home equity values are still sky-high and rates are heading higher. If you're considering a cash-out refinance, now might be your last opportunity before rates put it out of reach. These are a few reasons why a refinance might make sense.
Seller concessions are tough to find in a hot real estate market but depending on the market in your area and the condition of the property you’re buying, you may still be able to secure seller concessions to save you money on your real...
Investing in real estate, either as a primary residence or as an investment property, is one of the most common pathways to accruing wealth in the United States. Although most homeowners may not think about it, investing in real estate is one of few...