David Kugelman is the President of Atlanta Capital Partners, LLC, a private equity and investor relations consulting firm, and the Publisher of the small-cap stock newsletter, OTC Stock Review. Mr. Kugelman has been in the Investment industry since 1986 and has held the National Association of Securities Dealers Series 7, 24, 63, and 66 licenses, as well as the Certified Financial Manager designation. In the past, he has worked for Thomson McKinnon, Bear Stearns, and Merrill Lynch, as well as two regional Investment Banking Firms. In addition to managing investments for both individuals and corporate clients, Mr. Kugelman structured transactions servicing middle market institutional funds by providing corporate clients access to public financial markets including external funding, strategic alliances, restructurings, acquisitions, and business strategy formation. At Merrill Lynch, Mr. Kugelman was a Financial Advisor and Investment Advisor Representative working mainly with middle market institutional funds, corporations, family offices and Defined Benefit plans. Acting in a financial advisory role, he specialized in retirement and estate planning, tax and asset strategies, philanthropic vehicles, and banking and lending services. A fondness for the pursuit of growth-stocks prompted Mr. Kugelman to leave Merrill Lynch in February, 2003 and found Atlanta Capital Partners and the OTC Stock Review. As President of Atlanta Capital Partners, LLC, Mr. Kugelman has provided strategic business planning and public relations services to a diverse number of small and large public and privately held companies. Drawing on close to 30 years of contacts in the investment industry, Mr. Kugelman has carefully built relationships worldwide with Retail Brokerage Firms, Investment Bankers, Analysts, Fund Managers, and Independent Investors by introducing them to undiscovered opportunities. This has resulted in the introduction of more than $200 million in funding and increased investor awareness for many public and privately held companies. Today Mr. Kugelman is regarded as an astute corporate finance specialist and valued asset to many small companies seeking to raise funds in the US or International equity markets. As Publisher of the OTC Stock Review, Mr. Kugelman frequently lectures on small-cap stocks and growth companies. He has lectured extensively for brokerage firms and investment clubs, as well as being featured in numerous publications. The OTC Stock Review uses a Bottom-Up approach to investing by focusing on a specific company rather than on the industry in which that company operates or on the economy as a whole. The OTC Stock Review looks for pure plays on fast-growing, microcap companies with less than $250 million in market capitalization. The print version is extremely high quality, 8-pages with a magazine like appearance. Registered as a periodical with the U.S. Library of Congress, our ISSN Number is 1939-3113 for our printed publication and 1939-3121 for the online version. Using a combination of fundamental and technical criteria to identify growth stocks with tremendous upside potential, OTC Stock Review boasts numerous stock picks with returns between 25% and 1,000%.