Ben Levisohn

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Ben Levisohn is a staff editor at BusinessWeek covering finance and personal finance. After teaching preschool for three years, Levisohn moved to New York to trade stocks. He caught the tail end of the bubble and then traded through the long decline and recovery. He left trading in 2006 to attend the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, where he received a master's degree in journalism. He joined BusinessWeek in 2007.

Ben Levisohn

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  • Finding the Sweet Spot
    Finding the Sweet Spot
    While rising interest rates around the world could spell a tough 2010 for bond investors, fund managers say possibilities for profit remain
  • How Should Investors Play the Dollar?
    How Should Investors Play the Dollar?
    Continuing erosion of the world's reserve currency and conditions in the U.S. will pull the greenback down—until another crisis pushes it up
  • Market Divide
    Experts analyze where stock prices will be heading in the months ahead
  • Rethinking Those Hot High-Yield Bonds
    With junk bonds no longer cheap, how you assess high-yield risk becomes more important. Should you treat them like stocks?
  • Earnings: A Longer-Term View
    Earnings: A Longer-Term View
    Walgreen, Jabil, and Nike look solid in the short term, but what are analysts saying for the longer haul?

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