Introducing Investor Uprising, a Comprehensive Community Website for Individual Investors
Sponsored by PR Newswire and powered by United Business Media's DeusM, Investor Uprising provides a forum for individual investors to engage with key stakeholders, reputable industry leaders and business readers.
NEW YORK, April 11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Investor Uprising, the individual investor's free intelligence network designed to inform the investment community about changing global business trends, provide investment strategies and offer fundamental market analysis and valuable research, officially launches today.
Sponsored by PR Newswire and powered by DeusM, Investor Uprising is a comprehensive resource for individual investors, which includes breaking financial news and analysis, a custom index of 25 market moving companies, investment tips and original research reports. The site encourages interaction through topical message boards and showcases contributed blogs from business leaders, investment professionals, and financial analysts looking at the latest market developments. PR Newswire's customers' news is also featured on the site, increasing its reach and visibility to the appropriate audiences.
The initial blog lineup includes Wealthfront CEO, Andy Rachleff; Discovery Investing Publisher, Michael Berry; anyoption.com Chief Strategist, Cliff Wachtel; business journalist Edward Klink; and financial journalist and author of Hedge Funds for Dummies and Socially Responsible Investing for Dummies, Ann Logue.
R. Scott Raynovich, Editor-in-Chief of Investor Uprising, is the former Editorial Director of the award-winning telecom website, Light Reading and the former Investment Editor of the original Redherring.com, which won a Folio award of excellence after its debut in 1999. Investor Uprising's community editor, Noreen Seebacher, is an award-winning former business reporter for the Detroit News and the Pittsburgh Press.
"Investor Uprising taps today's zeitgeist of frustration with the market and the misguided bankers who burned America," Raynovich said. "We help individual investors by putting them back on the path of investment fundamentals, helping them find true value and empowering them to make their own investing decisions."
Registration for the site is free and open to the public. Subscribers can access Investor Uprising's first of four free reports entitled "Guide to Investment Metrics" which explains key ways to identify high-quality companies, as well as expert tips for finding outstanding stocks. IU Confidential, the site's premium research service, provides more comprehensive reports to paid subscribers. For more information and to register, click here.
"The U.S. retail investment community is the world's largest group of investors," said John Viglotti, vice president, Investor Relations, PR Newswire. "Our introduction of Investor Uprising, as well as the recent launch of the "My News" feature on PRNewswire.com and our hugely successful monthly virtual Retail Investor Conferences (retailinvestorconferences.com), represent our strategy to facilitate engagement between the individual investor community and public companies."
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DeusM (www.deusm.com) is headquartered in New York City. Its name is an abbreviation of Deus Ex Machina, a term derived from classical drama that describes the moment that a god is introduced into a play to resolve the entanglements of the plot. The company specializes in the use of proprietary high-value content and Web 2.0 technology to attract highly qualified audiences to its communities -- and keep them engaged there. DeusM is a United Business Media Company.