Michael Rosenston

Michael Rosenston

Fact Checker

Expertise

Health, Wellness, Fitness, Travel, Finance, Business, Insurance

Education

University of Illinois

Highlights

Experience

Michael Rosenston has been working as a fact checker and researcher for the Investopedia and the Balance since 2020 where he has gained experience in a number of business, insurance, and financial topics. Michael has also worked in the advertising industry where he used mathematical models, statistical analysis, and expert strategic knowledge to help clients maximize sales. During his college years, Michael completed two internships with Fortune 500 insurance companies which provided him with in depth knowledge of that industry. Michael has spent an extensive amount of time traveling the world and loves to live a healthy lifestyle too.

Education

Michael received a B.S. in statistics from the University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign. He also completed a minor in computer science.

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