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Ann Logue

Ann Logue

Ann Logue

Ann Logue, CFA is a writer who is interested in the intersection of money, culture, investing, and technology. She is the author of five books on investing and has written for Barron’s, Entrepreneur, and InvestHedge, among other publications. She has also provided ghostwriting and technical editing services for books published by Bloomberg Press, ClydeBank Media, the International Monetary Fund, and Pearson Educational Services.

In addition to her writing, Logue has taught finance at the University of Illinois at Chicago; Southwest Jiaotong University in Chengdu, Sichuan, China; and as the Fulbright-Garcia Robles U.S. Studies Chair at the Universidad de Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico.

Her current career follows 12 years of experience in the financial markets as an analyst with Volpe Brown Whelan & Co., The Chicago Corporation, and Kemper Mutual Funds.

Logue holds a Bachelor of Arts in economics from Northwestern University and an MBA with concentrations in finance and accounting from the University of Chicago. She holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation.

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