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Jen Wieczner


New York, NY, United States

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Recent articles by Jen:

The Pinterest IPO Might Have Made You Richer—Even If You Didn't Buy the Stock Today

You didn't have to buy Pinterest stock to make money off its IPO: Many investors already own Pinterest stock, as well as Lyft, in a 401(k). → Read More

5 Reasons Jamie Dimon Isn't Too Worried We'll See A Recession in 2019

In Jamie Dimon's annual letter, the JPMorgan CEO lays out five reasons why he isn't too worried about recession—or the inverted yield curve. → Read More

Quadriga's Bitcoins Would Have Been Safer in Bermuda, Country Leader Says

One country thinks it can prevent cryptocurrency CEOs from taking their assets to their graves. → Read More

Gold-Backed Cryptocurrency Is Almost Here

After launching a dollar-backed cryptocurrency, Paxos now plans to roll out the first-ever digital tokens tied to gold, stocks and bonds. → Read More

Ethereum Fork Could Help Restore Parity's Frozen Cryptocurrency

The Ethereum fork and Constantinople upgrade paves the way for Parity to recover millions of dollars in funds frozen by a hacker in 2017. → Read More

Cryptocurrency Bear Market May Be Taking a Toll on VC Valuations

Venture capitalist Jalak Jobanputra joins "Balancing the Ledger" to discuss. → Read More

Want a Bitcoin Tax Refund? You Might Need an Accountant

Want the SEC to approve a Bitcoin ETF, a new Facebook cryptocurrency, or to file Bitcoin taxes? First solve the accounting problem. → Read More

The Marijuana Billionaire Who Doesn’t Smoke Weed

Backed by Big Beer and Big Pharma, a secretive Canadian marijuana company unexpectedly became America’s gateway to the legal weed industry. → Read More

Women Investors Call for More Competition—From Other Women

Female venture capitalists think there should be as many as 70 women-run VC funds. → Read More

This CEO's Six-Figure Salary Hack: Credit Card Cash Back

Farmgirl Flowers founder and CEO Christina Stembel explains how she pays herself a Facebook-level salary using just credit card cash back. → Read More

Elle King: Men Didn't Take Me Seriously. They Were Wrong

Grammy-nominated Elle King performed at Fortune's Most Powerful Women Next Gen and discussed her famous father, 'Ex's and Oh's,' and more. → Read More

How Eddie Redmayne Inspired Glossier's Best-Selling Cleanser

The Milky Jelly Cleanser has a surprising backstory, according to CEO Emily Weiss. → Read More

TransferWise Won't Buy Into Blockchain Until More Banks Use Ripple

TransferWise chairman Taavet Hinrikus discusses what it would take for his company to use blockchain technology such as Ripple for payments. → Read More

The 5 Best Biotech and Health Care Stocks to Buy for 2019 Now That Congress Can’t Repeal Obamacare

With Congress split between Republicans and Democrats, Obamacare is safe from repeal, and pharma and biotech stocks are ready to surge. → Read More

The 6 Best International Stocks to Buy for 2019 Before the U.S. Economy Slows

When the U.S. economy inevitably falls into recession, stocks in Brazil and Europe are set to take off. → Read More

The 5 Best Tech Stocks to Buy for 2019—When Facebook and Google Are Cheap

Facebook and other tech companies are trading at their lowest valuations in years, but they’re bound to rise. → Read More

The 3 Best Asia Stocks to Buy for 2019 Even in a China Trade War

Even if China's economy slows or there’s a tariff war, these Asia-based companies are poised to grow. → Read More

The 5 Best Retail Stocks to Buy for 2019—Along With Amazon

Even if consumer spending slows or a recession hits, investors say Amazon and retailers like Home Depot will beat the competition. → Read More

The 30 Best Stocks to Buy for 2019—in a Bull or Bear Market

As stock market volatility and interest rates rise, top investors think these are the best stocks to buy—even if a bear market is coming. → Read More

AppZen Raises $35 Million to Catch Employees Cheating on Expense Reports

AppZen, which uses AI to approve or reject employees' expense reports, has caught workers expensing lavish gifts, spa services, and more. → Read More