Wall Street Daily

In an investment world where information is everything, the harsh reality is this…

You’re being deceived every day – over and over again.

Wall Street is deceiving you. The talking heads on television are deceiving you. Your banker is deceiving you. Your local Congressman is deceiving you. Even your own broker is deceiving you (mostly because he’s being deceived).

We don’t make this claim lightly, either. In fact, the latest data bears this out…

New behavioral research tells us that bankers and politicians are lying to us 93% of the time. And that Wall Street is 13 times more likely to tell a lie than the truth. They win and we lose because our brains have been conditioned to cooperate in their con game. So if true prosperity is the result of acting on good information, how are you ever supposed to win?

In a World of Deception, the TRUTH Starts Here…

Your wallet size is directly proportional to how much you know!

With that in mind, Wall Street Daily’s sole mission is to help everyday investors bridge this daunting (mis)information gap. And to help readers realize their financial dream to, well, get rich.

Comprised of a team of renowned experts, the Wall Street Daily team collectively boasts almost 80 years of stock market analysis.
Such experience has led to the in-house development of innovative new trading strategies and systems.

Each strategy has been years in the making, and oftentimes represents our experts’ life’s work. And as a member of the Wall Street Daily Nation, you’ll enjoy full access to every detail.

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WSD Insider Team

Louis Basenese

Co-Founder, Chief Investment Strategist
, WSD Insider

A former Wall Street consultant and analyst, Louis helped direct over $1 billion in institutional capital before founding Wall Street Daily where he serves as Chief Investment Strategist. In addition to being an expert on technology and small-cap stocks, Louis is also well versed in special situations, including Mergers & Acquisitions and spinoffs.

Ever the contrarian, his investment philosophy can be summed up by the words of Humphrey B. Neill: “When everybody thinks alike, everyone is likely to be wrong.” Louis delights in challenging conventional Wall Street wisdom to unearth consistent double- and triple-digit winners. And for the last nine years, he’s done just that for readers who follow his recommendations.

Louis has been featured on CNBC’s “Worldwide Exchange” and has appeared as a guest expert on several prominent financial radio shows. His commentary has been published in multiple online media outlets, including The Wall Street Journal, MarketWatch, Morningstar, MSN Money, The Street and AOL’s Blogging Stocks, among others. Louis is also a top-rated speaker at financial conferences throughout the United States. A New Jersey native, Louis earned his MBA with honors from the Crummer Graduate School of Business at Rollins College.

Robert Williams

Co-Founder, Publisher
, WSD Insider

In addition to once being a full-time trader of equities and equity derivatives, Robert has also served as the lead financial analyst for a Forbes top-50 private corporation and an analyst for the endowment of a major academic institution.

Robert has been profiled in such books as Trade with Passion and Purpose and Alexander Green’s The Secret of Shelter Island. He’s also featured in Karim Rahemtulla’s upcoming book, Where in the World Should I Invest?

Robert is regarded as an authority in corporate finance, specifically in gauging the investment health of companies.

Karim Rahemtulla

Director of Energy and Resources
, WSD Insider

Author of the upcoming book, Where In the World Should I Invest?, Karim Rahemtulla has covered international markets and the global movements of money for over 20 years.

With an expertise in emerging markets, he’s regarded as one of the country’s foremost developing world analysts. Educated in England, Canada and the United States, Karim is fluent in several languages. His undergraduate studies were completed in Economics/Foreign Languages, and his graduate coursework was completed in Finance.

Karim travels the world regularly, seeking out the best investment opportunities, and is a featured speaker at more than a dozen frontline conferences, annually.

Lee Lowell

Income Specialist
, WSD Insider

Lee Lowell is one of America’s leading options professionals. He spent six years in the options “trenches” as a market maker on the floor of the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) in New York City.

Lee is also the author of the bestselling book Get Rich with Options: Four Winning Strategies Straight From The Exchange Floor and has written numerous articles for several financial publications such as Futures magazine and Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities.

Jason Williams
 Senior Analyst, WSD Insider
Jason Williams uses his expertise in technical and fundamental analysis to identify new and exciting opportunities across the global markets. Before joining Wall Street Daily’s ranks, he spent several years supporting the sales and trading desks of a top 10 investment bank. Jason has also worked for the U.S. Army, performing complex analysis of projects and budgets. He graduated with honors from the University of Baltimore, Merrick School of Business with a specialization in finance and economics. Jason is currently enrolled in the CFA program as a Level I candidate, and he’s working towards earning the CFA charter, the gold standard in investment practice.

Justin Fritz

Executive Editor
, Wall Street Daily

Justin joined the financial publishing business four years ago (after a brief two-year stint teaching seventh-grade English). Before signing on as Executive Editor, he served as Senior Writer for Wall Street Daily, focusing mainly on technology and biotech coverage. He also worked as Editor of The White Cap Report. His commentary has been broadcasted on American Public Media’s radio show, Marketplace. And his work in the industry recently scored him a mention in the bestselling book, Get Rich with Dividends. Justin earned his Bachelor’s degree with honors from Geneseo in upstate New York.

Ryan Anders

Editor-in-Chief
, Dividends & Income Daily

After receiving his B.A. from Shimer College in Chicago, Ryan worked in S. Korea as an English language educator. Returning to the United States, he took up freelance journalism and reported on a wide range of topics – small business, the tech and startup community, digital politics, and arts and culture, to name a few. Ryan’s diverse knowledge and experience helps ensure that every story Dividends & Income Daily sends your way is on-point, and worth your time and investment.

Jason Simpkins

Editor-in-Chief
, Oil & Energy Daily
Jason Simpkins has worked as a reporter, analyst and managing editor for one of the web’s leading financial publications. He’s covered an impressive array of sectors and industries, with a specific focus on the lucrative energy and emerging markets. Jason’s research is underpinned by the belief that those sectors – energy and emerging markets – represent two of the largest breeding grounds for profits. Jason earned his Bachelor’s degree from Loyola University in Baltimore, Maryland.

Martin Denholm

Editor-in-Chief
, Tech & Innovation Daily
Over the past 13 years, Martin has worked as an investment analyst, senior correspondent, and managing editor for several stock and options newsletters, e-letters, and websites. Before taking point for Tech & Innovation Daily, he contributed economic and investment commentary for Wall Street Daily. A native of Southampton, England, Martin is an honors graduate of Brunel University in London.

Chris Worthington

Editor-in-Chief
, Capitol Hill Daily
Chris’ love of all things politics – paired with his passion and burning desire to uncover the truth – make him the perfect fit to run Capitol Hill Daily. His unmatched drive and political expertise ensures that all content on the website is honest, insightful and provocative. Before signing on as Managing Editor, he earned an M.S. from Towson University and spent some time working for a large national accounting firm in Baltimore.

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