Wall Street Resources has been providing equity research and investment strategies to investors since 2003. Its specialty is educating investors on its investment management philosophy to combine low risk investments with inflation protection and high growth companies as an alternative to a “blue-chip” buy and hold strategy. The objective is to lower volatility in relationship to risk enabling investors to stay the course during tough economic conditions. This strategy is clearly explained in its proprietary investment guide Fear, Greed, Guts and Glory.
David Riedel is the founder and President of Riedel Research Group, which provides independent equity research focusing on emerging markets Asia, Latin America, and Europe. Prior to founding this firm, David worked as an analyst at Salomon Smith Barney in New York and Bangkok. While overseas, he supervised a twelve-person research team covering telecommunications companies and other industries in Southeast Asia. While in New York, he covered business services stocks, including staffing and outsourcing, as well as small-cap growth companies in the automobile and motorsports industries.
David is also the author of Finding the Hot Spots: 10 Strategies for Global Investing (http://www.amazon.com/gp/redirect.html?ie=UTF8&location=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.com%2FFinding-Hot-Spots-Strategies-Investing%2Fdp%2F0471773778%2Fsr%3D11-1%2Fqid%3D1166113178&tag=seekingalpha-20&linkCode=ur2&camp=1789&creative=9325) (Wiley, August 2006).
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Dr. John L. Faessel is a seasoned and respected Wall Street professional with industry-wide recognition for expertise in market strategy and analysis. He is widely recognized for his insights in public companies. For over 20-years Dr. Faessel’s ON THE MARKET reports have been widely distributed to a throughout the world to an extensive list of financial institutions, investment banking firms, brokers, foundations, mutual funds, hedge funds and private high net worth investors. Dr. Faessel is also a daily contributor to the widely read JagNotes.com, Wall Streets oldest daily rag.