Ian Wyatt

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Ian founded Wyatt Investment Research in 2001 (formerly known as Business Financial Publishing), a publisher of investment newsletters and web sites for individual investors. With an audience that includes over 450,000 individual investors from around the world, the company is known to be a valuable source of unbiased investment opinions. Financial publications regularly turn to Ian for his thoughts about investments and the financial markets. He has written for Marketwatch, Zacks Investment Research, Seeking Alpha, and Yahoo! Finance. He has been interviewed or quoted in articles in well-known publications including AOL Finance, Barrons.com, Barron’s Magazine, BloggingStocks.com, Forbes.com, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine, MSN Money, The Dick Davis Digest, The Dick Davis Income Digest, The Wall Street Transcript, TheStockAdvisors.com, and Money Show Digest. As a dedicated entrepreneur, Ian has built a successful high growth company. Business Financial Publishing was named #185 on the 2008 Inc. Magazine Inc. 500 list of the fastest growing companies in the United States, achieving a three-year revenue growth rate of 1,303%. Today the company employs 15 full time employees located at offices Vermont and Washington D.C. John Wiley & Sons published Ian’s book, The Small-Cap Investor: Secrets to Winning Big with Small-Cap Stocks, in September 2009. The book revealed some of Ian’s successful strategies for uncovering undiscovered small-cap stocks in the early stages of their growth trajectory. Ian lives just outside of Burlington in the Green Mountains of Vermont, far away from the distractions of the politics of Washington D.C. or the investment world in New York City

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