J. Wayne Burritt is President and Director of Research for Burritt Research, Inc. and BurrittResearch.com. His clients include some of the largest players in the financial publishing and research business, including Agora Financial, Weiss Research, TheStreet.com, and RealMoney.com. He is the former editor of Easy Money Options at Agora Financial, building the publication from start-up to 8,000 subscribers. His other publications include Income on Demand, Option Chronicle Newsletter, and Stock Market Dogs & Darlings, to name a few. In addition, he is a former contributor to TheStreet.com, RealMoney.com, AllBusiness.com, and SovereignSociety.com. He has also provided large-scale financial content for high-profile financial portals, including OptionChronicle.com and TheRetirementSolution.com.
Wayne has over 29 years of experience in financial writing, investment analysis, and business development. Before starting Burritt Research, Inc. Wayne was a senior equity research analyst and editor for Weiss Research, a nationally acclaimed independent research firm. He directed all fundamental and editorial aspects of a variety of domestic and international option and stock services. Prior to his tenure at Weiss, Wayne was an equity analyst, marketing and trading specialist for Pan-American Financial Advisers, a boutique investment management firm. He provided security analysis, marketing support, and trading services for a large portfolio team engaging institutional and high net worth clients. Wayne also produced and starred in the critically acclaimed stock market radio show Inside the Market while at Pan-American Financial. Wayne has also held positions as Managing Director, Senior Credit Analyst, and Controller. He holds an MBA from Golden Gate University and a BA in English and Philosophy from Indiana University.
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