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Sense on Cents Endorses eWallStreeter

Posted by Larry Doyle on August 28, 2010 8:15 AM |

News happens fast and travels faster. Markets react accordingly. Print media is unable to keep pace with the blogosphere in capturing, deciphering, and distributing market moving news and information. This reality does not mean that the blogosphere is not filled with much disinformation, if not worse. What is one to do? Where is one supposed to turn? I am happy to inform readers of Sense on Cents that when I want to know what is happening on Wall Street, I turn to one site to get the quickest and most comprehensive recap of breaking news. Which site might this be? eWallstreeter.

eWallstreeter is a financial news aggregator that links to breaking market news, insightful finance blog posts, and important market analyses. Financial links are updated several times per hour with the most pertinent and provocative articles covering the stock market, fixed income markets, economy, federal reserve, personal finance, hedge funds, technology, online investing, politics, Wall Street and international markets. We were voted Favorite Financial Website by CNBC.
eWallstreeter brings Wall Street to you.

Throw it in your favorites, visit often, and share it with your friends. Sense on Cents is happy to endorse eWallStreeter.

Larry Doyle

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I have no affiliation or business interest with any entity referenced in this commentary. As President of Greenwich Investment Management, an SEC regulated privately held registered investment adviser, I am merely a proponent of real transparency within our markets so that investor confidence and investor protection can be achieved.

  • john

    LD-good post. Mitch Brown has put together a great site.
    Hope all is well.
    J

  • divvytrader

    i cringe to see them push out that they are highly recommended by CNBC ……. don’t they have the common sense to know that CNBC iss NOT any seal of approval ?






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