Economic and Political Analysis of President Barack Obama’s Administration
Cheryl Casone has closely studied the impact of proposed and soon-to-be implemented policies in Washington that will impact your investments, your business, and your taxes.
Investing with a Windfall
Cheryl Casone gives perspective and guidance to the younger generation who find themselves with a sudden inheritance or large sum of money. She speaks of her personal experience learning the investment world on her own without the benefit of a formal finance education.
Women’s Financial Issues
Cheryl Casone shows women the ties between our emotions and our investment strategies. She shows women that through patience and a basic understanding of money and markets, women can and usually do find more success with their portfolios.
Cheryl Casone joined Fox News Channel (FNC) in November 2006. She currently serves as a financial contributor and provides weekly job reports. She also serves as an anchor for Fox Business Network (FBN).
Casone has years of experience covering finance, business and consumer news. She has reported on the economic impact of war on the economy, consumer fraud, global markets, foreign investment and corporate governance in addition to her work covering the U.S. markets.
Prior to FNC, she worked as a freelance business correspondent for CNN, primarily reporting from the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), and she worked for CBS Newspath as a general assignment reporter. Casone moved to New York to work as an overnight and early morning news anchor for MSNBC and NBC. Previously, she anchored a business show for San Francisco's KRON-TV (MyNetworkTV) and served as a business and general assignment reporter. She began her career at CNX Media on the nationally syndicated program Travel Update.
Casone has served on the boards of the Associated Press Television and Radio Association, California and Nevada Regional Chapter, and American Women in Radio and Television, San Francisco Chapter. A native of Dallas, TX, Casone graduated from Northern Arizona University.