After graduating from the University of Vermont with super grades, I was hired at the recommendation of one of my professsors for a job on Wall Street. That job was offered to me as a result of my academic achievements. After 39 years doing the same analitical job which included evaluating financial statements of a variety of companies engaged ina variety of industries, I elected to retire. While at my Wall Street job and because of my employer's strict conflict of interests rules and prohibitions, I elected to not invest in any stocks whatsoever, regardless of where these stocks were listed. Now that I am rertired, that prohibition no longer applies and I am able to use my talents obtained at my Wall Street job to buying stocks for myself. Accordingly, I have been happily analyzing a variety of companies engaged in developing medical products and investing therein. MY JOB IN RETIREMENT HAS BEEN SPECTACULARLY SUCCESSFUL. Others can do the same and good luck..Charlieboy S.