Tyler Laundon

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Tyler Laundon is a leading small cap stock analyst and strategy consultant. Born in Vermont, Tyler attended the University of Vermont where he earned both his bachelor degree and his MBA, graduating first in his class with a finance concentration. Prior to joining Wyatt Investment Research he was a business planning consultant at a technology incubator and a consultant with Vermont's leading hospital and medical center where he developed a strategic business plan for the faculty practice group. Earlier he founded and operated a residential contracting firm with operations in Stowe, Vermont and Nantucket, Massachusetts. Tyler is primarily a fundamental analyst. His areas of equity research include technology, precious metals and energy. An avid outdoorsman that has traveled extensively in New Zealand, South America, and Western North America, Tyler now splits his time living with his wife in the mountains of Vermont and by the ocean in Rhode Island.

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