Kiplinger hires senior investing editor
Kiplinger has hired Kyle Woodley as senior investing editor for Kiplinger.com.
In his new role, Woodley will lead a team of freelancers to produce timely, actionable investing content to help Kiplinger.com readers prosper in today’s volatile markets. He’ll be covering the entire market from stocks and bonds, to exchange-traded funds and mutual funds.
“We are very excited to have Kyle on board,” said Douglas Harbrecht, new media director at Kiplinger.com, in a statement. “He’s a seasoned professional who will help our 3.5 million monthly visitors with clear, sophisticated investing insights and analysis.”
Prior to joining Kiplinger.com, Woodley spent six years managing the editorial staff at InvestorPlace.com. His work has appeared in several outlets, including U.S. News & World Report and MSN Money.
A graduate of The Ohio State University with a BA in journalism, Woodley brings a strong background as a writer and columnist, specializing in exchange-traded funds. In addition to his responsibilities as senior investing editor, Woodley will also write content for the site, primarily focusing on ETFs.