Stacey Bradford

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Stacey Bradford is an American financial journalist, author, and commentator. She is the author of The Wall Street Journal Financial Guidebook for New Parents, writes the Family Finance blog on CBS, and has given personal financial advice on various TV shows. Previously, Stacey was an associate editor at


Born and raised in Montville, New Jersey,[1] Bradford holds a BA from the University of Southern California and MA in Journalism from New York University.

Bradford began her journalism career at Financial World before moving to the Dow Jones/Hearst start-up in 1997, rising to associate editor in 1998. After 11 years at covering investing and personal finance issues, Bradford joined the CBS start-up in 2009.

Bradford's articles have appeared in The Wall Street Journal's Sunday Journal,, and, as well as Consumer Reports, AOL and Yahoo! Finance. She has appeared on CNN Headline News, Fox News, CNBC, CBS, The Wall Street Journal Radio Network and CBS Radio.

Stacey lives in New York City with her husband and daughter.


The Wall Street Journal Financial Guidebook for New Parents (June 2009)

Awards and recognition[edit]

2008, The Society of American Business Editors and Writers Best in Journalism Award (Category: Audio/Visual Report for a Mid-Sized Website)

2000, ICI Education Foundation / American University Journalism Award for Excellence in Personal Finance Reporting


  1. ^ Bradford, Stacey. "What I Learned from The Real Housewives of New Jersey", July 30, 2010. Accessed February 23, 2011. "I have a confession: I can't stop reading about Teresa Giudice from The Real Housewives of New Jersey. It isn't that I'm a reality show junkie. I'm fascinated because she lives in my hometown and has shattered any illusions I had about growing up in Montville Township."

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