Investor, Actress, Host
Contributor's Links: Fox on Stocks

Rachel Fox is a teen actress turned financial expert, and founder of ‘Fox on Stocks.’ You may remember her from her role as Kayla Scavo on more


Blockchain And The Economic Revolution
This podcast has been dedicated to recounting, in good detail, what bitcoin is while connecting its bizarre fragmented array of mainstream headlines, PhD analysis, creative interpretations, and its role in the evolution of money.
What To Invest In - Seven Investments For The Next 20 Years.
Here is a compilation of the most fundamental investment ideas for a long-term stock & index fund portfolio. It’s especially fitting for anyone under 40 with a higher risk tolerance and at least a 20 year time horizon. Why these stocks in particular?
What $1K Invested In These Stocks Is Worth Today
Let’s say you bought $1,000 worth of shares in seven of America’s best-known companies on August 1st, 2008. This is right before the historic crash of 2008 that led to the great recession.
Blockchain-Backed Money Vs. Paper-Backed Money
This episode is brief and covers the essential differences between using blockchain-backed money (like Bitcoin) and using paper-backed money. For those who only know of Bitcoin from the mass media hype of 2017 and subsequent crash, this is for you.
Blockchain: Bitcoin
There is a lot of uncertainty around the cryptocurrency market in general — and the recent volatility in the price of Bitcoin says it all. Where does this uncertainty come from?
What Drives Stock Price?
The magic formula for guaranteeing an investment will rise in value does not exist yet. There are four things you can depend on for being the strongest drivers of stock price, and to a greater extent, the price or value of anything.


AAPL Apple Inc.
FCAU Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV
GOOG Alphabet Inc. (Google)
NFLX Netflix Inc.
TWTR Twitter Inc



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Work Experience

Step Up to Options Host
January 2015 - Present (3 years 11 months)

Host of the new show on the tastytrade network titled Step Up to Options, an easy-going, easy-to-understand show that is targeting youth and millennials to explain the basics of options trading and basic ways to invest and grow their money.

Day Trader, Blogger
Fox on Stocks
January 2011 - Present (8 years)

Created Fox on Stocks to encourage everyone, young and old, highly educated or not, to be involved with their own financial decisions. In my first full year as a daytrader, I made 338 day trades and made 30.4% return on my investments. Featured on FinLitTV, in New York Magazine, Huff Post Biz, on CNBC, Fox Business News, Yahoo! Finance.

Actor, Musician
August 2005 - Present (13 years 6 months)

Actor in Film and Television. CSI:Cyber (Elizabeth Marks) Desperate Housewives (Kayla Scavo), Dream House (Chloe Patterson), Private Practice, Melissa & Joey, Dead of Night. 

Musician in Band No Babies No Bullets



TEDx Teen 2015: 6 Steps To Become Simply Irresistible
SAP Voice

On-air guest on Yahoo! Finance's "Breakout" with Jeff Macke , CNBC's Squawk Box with Melissa Lee, and several different Fox Business segments.

CNBC Squawk Box, aired Feb 8th

Yahoo! Finance, aired Feb 15th

Yahoo! Finance, aired April 22nd

10 Women In Finance To Follow On Twitter
Brianna Valleskey

"Finance is a world that used to be dominated by men, but that's definitely not the case anymore.

Women have taken the financial universe by storm, penetrating every avenue from trading desks to newsrooms. So many of them have tons of great information that they’re willing to share with the world, but here are just a few that every trader and investor should be following on Twitter..."

TEDx Teen 2015: 6 Steps To Become Simply Irresistible(Link)

TIME: The 25 Most Influential Teens of 2014
Time Staff
Time Magazine

"Teens today might have a mixed reputation, but there’s no denying their influence. They command millions of fans on Twitter and Vine, start companies with funds they raised on Kickstarter, steal scenes on TV’s most popular shows, lead protests with global ramifications, and even—as of Friday—win Nobel Peace Prizes. But which ones rise above the rest? We analyzed social-media followings, cultural accolades, business acumen and more to determine this year’s list (ordered from youngest to oldest)."