About
Heightened volatility in the market is forcing investors to be flexible more than ever. Join Investor’s Business Daily chief content officer Chris Gessel and Alissa Coram, IBD’s multimedia content editor, as they discuss trading strategies to help your portfolio navigate choppy market waters. Plus, we’ll cover how to find the next crop of leaders and a key sell rule to maximize gains in a winning stock.

When
Fri, Jan 7, 2022 · 12:00 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada) (GMT -5:00)
Presenters
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Alissa Coram
Multimedia Content Editor, Investor’s Business Daily
Alissa Coram is Multimedia Content Editor at Investor’s Business Daily, where she’s responsible for the creation of videos, podcasts and other multi-platform content relating to stocks and the market. She's covered all the biggest names on Wall Street, including executive interviews with DocuSign, Chipotle, Etsy, Crocs, PayPal, Shopify, Adobe and more for IBD’s “Investing Strategies” program. She also co-hosts IBD Live, a daily livestream with off-the-cuff stock analysis and market commentary for the first 90 minutes of trade. Coram holds degrees in finance and journalism from Southern Methodist University, graduating magna cum laude with university honors, business honors and journalism honors.
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Chris Gessel
Chief Content Officer, Investor’s Business Daily
Chris Gessel directs IBD’s market, mutual fund, company and technology coverage, and serves on its executive committee. From 1999 to 2004, Gessel was the primary author of The Big Picture, IBD’s premier market analysis column that keeps individual and institutional investors on the right side of bull and bear markets. The Big Picture alerted readers to the market’s top in March 2000 and has kept them in sync with every rally and sell-off since then. Gessel has been covering the market for Investor’s Business Daily® since 1996. He created Sector Leaders, IBD’s top performing stock list, and leads the ETF Index team. Gessel graduated from the University of California at San Diego in 1986 with degrees in Economics and Political Science.