Donald E. L. Johnson began his financial writing career as a commodities reporter on the floor of the Chicago Board of Trade for The Wall Street Journal. He has reported for the Chicago Sun-Times, New York Journal of Commerce, American Metal Market-Metalworking News and Modern Healthcare, where he was editor for 10 years. He wrote about the futures, money and capital markets and the banking, agribusiness, transportation, auto, metals, health care, health insurance and other industries as a reporter, editor, publisher and owner of a small periodical and book publisher. Johnson has an MBA in finance.
Performance-focused, analytical, and profit-driven investment and asset management professional, with 20+ years of progressive experience in overseeing and executing fundamental research in equity, high-yield, and emerging markets, developing innovative investment strategies, and performing complex investment analysis.
Mr. Billings manages three large personal stock portfolios utilizing a unique investment strategy. The strategy is called Invest.Trade Praxis and combines the elements of investing in blue chip dividend stocks, disciplined investing and periodic trading. He has published a book titled "Main Street Stock Investor", which is available at Amazon books.