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The Ask Mr. WallStreet Newsletter began as my chicken scratch notes and simple commentary inspired by my reaction to events taking place in the stock market, observations from reading market news and current events plus I needed to vent both my frustrations and give advice. Once I figured out how to use my iPhone I was able to use time on planes and waiting areas to quickly spew my thoughts digitally without losing my own self proclaimed pearls of wisdom. The first ten I wrote and sent to friends, family and associates got wonderful feedback and they started to get sent around and suddenly the world was turned on to Ask Mr. WallStreet. You may ask why Ask Mr. WallStreet? So my answer is because the Mr. WallStreet’s URL was taken and I like the moniker so why not Ask Mr. WallStreet. The other reason for Ask Mr. WallStreet is because I am asked more questions about things regarding Wall Street whether at a financial conference, cocktail party or sitting on a panel or airplane. Answering questions is fun unless so ridiculous they shouldn’t be answered.
Ask Mr. WallStreet is much different from other newsletters. They are short in length, filled with innuendo and puns, and humorously sensible about topical subjects like the Facebook IPO, Obamacare and the Jobs Act to mention a few.
From its humble beginning, Ask Mr. WallStreet now has over 100,000 subscribers and is growing every day. With almost 30 years of experience on Wall Street under my belt I do my best to reflect the nature of things on the “Street” as well as my perception of the world. Although fully ensconced in the micro-cap world I have morphed from stockbroker into a story teller and now I get to combine my interests with my experiences and shout it out to anyone willing to subscribe, and it’s FREE to subscribe. No worry we aren’t starving, we make money allowing our sponsors and advertisers to try and sell you something.
So hopefully you get the picture and please send me your questions. Please send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Lastly the graphic of Ask Mr. WallStreet comes from the cartoon and comic strip, the “Wall Street Chicken”, who’s main character, was a young Wall Street guy like me. The AMWS graphic is an older and wiser character. Okay tacky but we think it works and makes some sense. I used to love creating jokes when I sat on a trading desk believe me when I tell you Ask Mr. WallStreet is a joy to write and great to share. So if you have a smile on your face after checking out the newsletter I did my job!
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