Author: Corey McLaughlin

Will Mike Mussina Wear an Orioles or Yankees Hat Into the Hall of Fame?

Will Mike Mussina Wear an Orioles or Yankees Hat Into the Hall of Fame?

Mike Mussina, now 50 years old with gray in his goatee, was just finishing coaching a practice of his son’s high school basketball team Tuesday night in Montoursville, Pennsylvania, when his phone rang. The voice on the other end delivered the good news. In Mussina’s sixth year on the Baseball Hall of Fame ballot, the…

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Ravens Tight End Hayden Hurst Shares His Journey With Anxiety and Depression

Ravens Tight End Hayden Hurst Shares His Journey With Anxiety and Depression

When he’s on the football field, with a red beard and a long mane of ginger shoulder-length hair that protrudes from the back of his purple and black helmet, paired with mammoth muscular arms, Baltimore Ravens tight end Hurst is downright Viking-like. He certainly doesn’t fit Hollywood’s stereotypical description of a person who has struggled with his or her mental health.

Big Market Trends

Big Market Trends

I’m managing editor of Big Market Trends, a free investment newsletter written by world-renowned technical analyst J.C. Parets. The newsletter has more than 25,000 subscribers and provides a unique blend of market commentary and personality, and the opportunity for subscribers to purchase premium investment products and services. I’m also managing editor of J.C.’s subscription trading…

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The Rich Investor

The Rich Investor

I work closely with Charles Sizemore, CFA, to brainstorm ideas and edit his weekly articles in the free The Rich Investor e-letter. I’m also managing editor of Charles’ Peak Income and Peak Profits research and trading services.

Economy & Markets

Economy & Markets

I work closely with Wall Street veteran Rodney Johnson, editing his weekly articles for the free Economy & Markets e-letter that is read by hundreds of thousands of readers. I’m also the managing editor of Rodney’s Fortune Hunter research service and contribute to the Informed American, a daily news site, alongside him.

Tough Enough

Tough Enough

Cassy Lopez is the first woman to ever earn a Division I scholarship in wrestling, the traditionally male-dominated sport probably known more for cauliflower ear and singlets than female participation.

Review: Vinny’s Italian Cafe

Review: Vinny’s Italian Cafe

It feels funny to describe a restaurant that has been in business since 1999 as “off the eaten path,” but that’s exactly what Vinny’s Italian Café is. A five-minute drive east from the edge of Canton is all it takes to get you there, but you might as well be a world, not a neighborhood, away.

Mind’s Eye

Mind’s Eye

Sandy Greenberg’s story is a cruel irony and a fascinating paradox rolled into a remarkable life, powerful and inspiring enough to rally a group of the world’s top doctors and scientists, and undeniably audacious enough to garner the world’s attention. Yes, Greenberg, chairman of the board of governors of one of the best eye institutes on the planet, is blind.

Elvis of the Himalayas

Elvis of the Himalayas

Simply put, Prem Raja Mahat is a Nepali folk singing legend, considered his country’s equivalent of Bob Dylan, James Taylor, Willie Nelson, even Elvis. Nonetheless, one of Nepal’s most famous exports more or less blends into the crowd in Baltimore, unless you stop to talk to him, and he reveals his varied roles: father of four, immigrant, special consul for his home country, restaurant owner, hit singer and songwriter.

More Than Meets the Buckeye

More Than Meets the Buckeye

Eric Fannell’s reputation — intimidating, aloof, with the lore of an unseen Canadian talent — preceded him. And in some ways, people were right about him. The kid dressed in all black and wore his hat low, covering a buzz cut. He kept answers about himself to one word, avoided eye contact.