My aim is to make the blog at DJIA.tv an investor's best friend.
Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) May 30, 2006
When asked why he decided to create the free stock market blog at NYSE.tv, blog creator Steve Brown answered, "Last year, I found myself searching for a blog about the U.S. commodities and equities markets, and the sites I found were either way too esoteric, or they didn't offer enough background information--just the numbers. Someone needed to create a blog about U.S. stocks and commodities that provides all the important news and numbers, as well as a healthy serving of background information to put the day's events into proper perspective. Since I develop website for a living, I decided to take the matter into my own hands and create a stock market blog at NYSE.tv."
The blog at NYSE.tv offers the latest numbers from the New York equities and commodities markets, with concise explanations of why certain stocks, crude oil for future delivery, New York spot gold, etc. gained or lost value on a given day. Visitors will value the insightful information that's provided alongside the entries about the latest government reports on the U.S. economy.
Brown continues, "Every time the government releases a report about the economy, I write a blog entry about it, not only to communicate the latest government data for visitors, but also to explain to readers how and why the information contained in these reports affects the markets. It's satisfying work for me: I've already received comments of praise from college students thanking me for providing such a useful service."
"Anything from political unrest in the Middle East, to the Chinese government stockpiling gold, to the Federal Reserve raising interest rates--all these varied and often unpredictable events can have a dramatic effect on the markets, so it's important for investors of every class and type to stay informed," added Brown. "My aim is to make the blog at NYSE.tv an investor's best friend."
With the DJIA approaching record highs, stock market investing--once the semi-exclusive playground for Wall Street insiders--continues to become more mainstream, as ordinary, middle class Americans take advantage of the cheap stock trading that's available through discount brokerages, and markets that continue to perform well. Mr. Brown invites both new and established investors who are looking for a reliable and regularly updated blog about investing to visit his weblog at http://blog.nyse.tv/.