Bob Ciura

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Bob Ciura is an independent equity analyst. Since 2012, he has written for various investment research companies, including The Motley Fool and Seeking Alpha. He joined Wyatt Investment Research in April 2015. His articles focus on dividend stocks across a wide range of sectors, including technology, energy and consumer goods. Bob holds a bachelor’s degree in finance from DePaul University, as well as an MBA in Finance from the University of Notre Dame.

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