Tampa, FL (PRWEB) September 9, 2009
"Ask Trader Ed" is a dynamic new daily advice column.
Looking for cutting-edge commentary and unconventional thinking about today's most complex market issues culled straight from the mouths of active traders and investors? Wondering who's investing in which sectors and why? Look no further than "Ask Trader Ed."
"Ask Trader Ed" is a dynamic new daily advice column sponsored by http://www.TraderPlanet.com, a social networking site for active traders and investors that launched this past January and already has upward of 17,000 registered members.
Available for free on the site's blogs section, "Ask Trader Ed" is an invaluable resource tool for today's financial media seeking alternative opinions and commentary - as opposed to stock touting spin - from both veteran and neophyte traders and investors who are in the trenches daily and bring a unique perspective to a wide range of issues based on member experience and current market performance.
To gain access, simply select and click the "Ask Trader Ed" button on the http://www.TraderPlanet.com home page or within its blog section to ask questions, which are then reviewed and posted with responses daily. Features of http://www.TraderPlanet.com include more than 8,000 blog posts, nearly 3,000 market commentary posts, as well as more than 400 videos and educational articles.
http://www.TraderPlanet.com, a Tampa Bay, FL-based social networking site, provides individual traders of all skill levels a one-stop destination for financial information and trading tools. TraderPlanet.com is the only financial networking site of its kind that offers its members a full suite of market data feeds, advanced technical tools and extensive analyst commentary across asset classes, while enabling members to give back to the broader world community through gift giving to charitable causes. Designed to level the playing field between institutional and individual investors, TraderPlanet.com's fully interactive multimedia platform is designed to promote the free-flow exchange of ideas through questions, answers and comments geared towards improving trading strategies and investment performance.