Kinsey Grant

Kinsey Grant joined TheStreet as a writer in June 2017 after graduating cum laude from Washington & Lee University in Virginia with a degree in business journalism. She has covered breaking news, written about personal finance and investment tips and created multimedia series about alternative asset classes including cryptocurrencies and cannabis. Grant has interviewed a number of business influencers, from executives at Marriott and PayPal to former Federal Reserve governors to Jordan Belfort, the “Wolf of Wall Street.” She authors a weekly column titled “The Dumbest Thing on Wall Street,” focusing on the most misguided moves among both the corporate elite and everyday investors. Prior to TheStreet, Grant covered oil at Bloomberg News and local features at NBC Washington in the nation’s capital.

Recent Articles By The Author

Immigration, Instagram and Oil - Here's What You Can't Miss Wednesday

Immigration, Instagram and Oil - Here's What You Can't Miss Wednesday

The market finishes mixed, but these are the headlines worth watching beyond Wall Street.

Mick Mulvaney Says Immigrant Child Separation Policy Is Fair

Mick Mulvaney Says Immigrant Child Separation Policy Is Fair

The Director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau says the discussion hasn't been entirely fair to the Trump administration.

Mick Mulvaney: President Trump Deserves More Credit for Trade Deal Brokering

Mick Mulvaney: President Trump Deserves More Credit for Trade Deal Brokering

'All the policies you've heard us talk about have been good for the American economy,' Mulvaney says.

This Should Be Your Retirement Savings Plan When the Stock Market Crashes

This Should Be Your Retirement Savings Plan When the Stock Market Crashes

Take a deep breath. Here are your smartest moves in every stage of saving.

Former General Electric CEO Jack Welch Has 4 Tips to Getting a Promotion

Former General Electric CEO Jack Welch Has 4 Tips to Getting a Promotion

From junior engineer to CEO and Chairman, Welch knows a thing or two about moving up at a company.