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Kimberly Ellis

Kimberly Ellis

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Kimberly Ellis is a writer at Finder. She hails from New York City with a BA from Queens College and a New York State teaching certificate. After teaching in both public and private schools, Kimberly decided to take the world by storm and dive into the media industry — where she covers everything from home loans and investing to K–12 education and shopping. She’s also an aspiring polyglot, always in a book and forever on the hunt for the perfect classic red lipstick.

Latest articles by Kimberly Ellis

7 articles written by this author

Investing in consumer discretionary stocks

Consumer discretionary stocks are part of a dynamic sector of the market.

Kimberly Ellis 30 November 2020
Investing in consumer discretionary stocks

Investing in industrial stocks

Industrial stocks have unique challenges involving politics and the economy.

Kimberly Ellis 30 November 2020
Investing in industrial stocks

Investing in steel stocks

What to know before investing in this staple engineering and construction material.

Kimberly Ellis 30 November 2020
Investing in steel stocks

Investing in lithium stocks

Lithium is a precious metal with increasing demand. Here’s what you should know before you invest.

Kimberly Ellis 30 November 2020
Investing in lithium stocks

Investing in copper stocks

Copper is an industrial metal with many applications. Here’s what you should consider before investing.

Kimberly Ellis 30 November 2020
Investing in copper stocks

Investing in cybersecurity stocks

What to know before investing in this young but rapidly growing industry that guards against cybercrimes.

Kimberly Ellis 26 November 2020
Investing in cybersecurity stocks

How the coronavirus may affect your mortgage

With mortgage rates dropping, home buyers and owners will likely benefit. But the process could take longer as lenders get overwhelmed by applications.

Chelsey Hurst & Kimberly Ellis 9 April 2020
How the coronavirus may affect your mortgage
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