With Investor Bistro, we hope to fill a void in the world of investment information.
Richmond, VT (PRWEB) November 13, 2012
Richmond, VT – A web site called Investor Bistro has launched to help new investors achieve success and become better investors.
The free investment blog and community-oriented web site provides content through a daily e-mail newsletter, blog posts, social media web sites such as Facebook and Twitter, and community message boards.
Visit the Investor Bistro web site by clicking here: http://www.investorbistro.com/
Wyatt Investment Research, an online publisher of investment research and content for individual investors, launched Investor Bistro last week. Since relocating its headquarters to Vermont from its previous home in Washington, D.C., Wyatt Investment Research has created 13 full-time and local jobs.
“I’m excited to continue the expansion of our company’s operations in Vermont. We are proud to be a part of the vibrant digital media community in the greater Burlington area that is creating jobs and helping our local economy,” said Wyatt Investment Research president Ian Wyatt.
The investment publisher aims to expand its content offering by producing high-quality content targeting a younger demographic of new investors with its Investor Bistro startup.
“With Investor Bistro, we hope to fill a void in the world of investment information,” Wyatt said. “While there are numerous investment blogs and financial web sites providing information to individual investors, nearly all of them are focused on more affluent investors who tend to be older and more experienced.
“However, there are very few high-quality information resources dedicated to the new investor. With Investor Bistro, we aim to help the 25 – 45 year-old professional who is ready to start investing or has recently begun investing.”
Learn more about why Ian Wyatt started Investor Bistro:
Investor Bistro will help new investors as they start investing. Whether they’re just opening their first brokerage account, are actively trading, or are thinking about rolling over their 401(k), Investor Bistro offers straight-up honest advice on how to become a better investor.
Visit the Investor Bistro community today.