Jen Wieczner, Fortune

Jen Wieczner


New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Jen:

Big Lies vs. Big Lawsuits: Why Dominion Voting is suing Fox News and a host of Trump allies

Now it wants to go to court to prove they lied—and make them pay a price for spreading misinformation. → Read More

The ancient mathematical pattern predicting Bitcoin will hit $70,000

The Fibonacci sequence has been a startlingly good way to track Bitcoin's volatile price cycles. → Read More

GameStop rally round 2: Get ready for another $GME options squeeze

With stock options set to expire in just days, GameStop stock is soaring, and a new monthly tradition among Reddit r/wallstreetbets traders may be born. → Read More

PayPal CEO says he received death threats after banning accounts that sent mob to the Capitol

Dan Schulman defended the decision under PayPal's "acceptable use" policy, but said it's clear not all employees—or customers—agree. → Read More

Why the GameStop $GME saga is bullish for the stock market

Sure, value investors insist it's all an illusion. But rallies driven by retail investors may also reflect new fundamental realities in equity markets. → Read More

Hedge funds and other short sellers have lost an astounding amount betting against GameStop

Citron Research's Andrew Left said he was abandoning the trade "at a loss 100%." → Read More

The 'overlooked' tech portfolio: Great stocks to buy outside the big names

These stocks could outrace tech's "Big Five" in the long run. → Read More

What happens to Plaid without the Visa merger deal?

Plaid CEO Zach Perrett said no to $5.3 billion from Visa. Regulators were wary, but Perrett also believes his company has a bright future flying solo. → Read More

Why Visa and Plaid called off their $5.3 billion fintech deal

Visa's acquisition of Plaid was supposed to be one of the biggest fintech deals in history—until the DOJ made it untenable. → Read More

Why Intuit bought Credit Karma for $8.1 billion

Intuit was intrigued by the reach of Credit Karma, a 13-year-old startup with 110 million members. → Read More

Bitcoin $20,000: Will Joe Biden and Janet Yellen embrace cryptocurrency?

The current crop of financial regulators aren't as bullish on Bitcoin as you might think. → Read More

The 21 best stocks to buy for 2021

These companies and industries should rebound as the economy recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic, giving investors a reason to rejoice. → Read More

Tesla will be added to the S&P 500, officially becoming a blue-chip stock

Why making it into the S&P 500 stock market index is a big deal for Tesla—and its investors, whether they're bullish on Tesla or not. → Read More

Biden presidential win seen as a ‘good thing’ for cryptocurrency

What the Joe Biden administration means for Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies. → Read More

The stock market has made its final prediction: Joe Biden will win the presidential election

We've finished the last trading day in October, meaning the "presidential predictor" is officially sealed. → Read More

The stock market's 'presidential predictor' just started signaling that Joe Biden will win the election

The stock market indicator just changed its pick for who will win the election. → Read More

Moon time for central bank digital currencies? ‘We’re believers,’ says Mastercard’s CEO

Interest in central bank-issued digital currencies is surging, with France, the United States, and other authorities exploring digital versions of fiat money. → Read More

Microsoft’s quiet leadership on ‘Bank Black,’ and the hedge fund working outside

Microsoft was an early pioneer of a financial trend that's gone mainstream this summer amid calls for social justice. → Read More

The world’s biggest hedge fund is working from tents in the forest during the COVID pandemic

Ray Dalio founded Bridgewater Associates upon the priciple of "radical transparency." This probably wasn't what he had in mind. → Read More

Making Black banks matter

Black-owned financial institutions are amplifying the call for racial justice by drawing more private capital into their communities. Could they help close America’s wealth gap? → Read More