Wall Street Journal turns to Baylor finance professor for expertise
As perhaps the nation’s most authoritative daily financial publication, it stands to reason that The Wall Street Journal would seek out the nation’s foremost financial authorities to share their insights with Journal readers.
Earlier this month, one of Baylor’s own joined their ranks. Dr. William Reichenstein, the Pat and Thomas R. Powers Chair in Investment Management in Baylor’s Hankamer School of Business, published his first column as a member of “The Experts” panel for the Journal. In it, Reichenstein answers the question, “When is the right time to start claiming social security?”
A professor in Hankamer’s Department of Finance, Insurance & Real Estate, Reichenstein is no stranger to publication. His credentials include roles with numerous financial and educational journals, and his work has been featured in magazines like Barron’s, Forbes and Smart Money — not to mention an exhaustive list of scholarly articles and presentations.
With the publication of his first Journal piece, Reichenstein’s potential audience expands even further to include the largest weekday newspaper circulation in the nation and its online readership, putting the Baylor name in front of thousands (perhaps millions) of Americans on a regular basis.
Sic ’em, Dr. Reichenstein!