After Tradestream was published in hardcover (affiliate link), I’ve received a lot of requests for a version compatible for the Kindle. After all, the book is about leveraging social media to become better investors — why shouldn’t it be available in digital format?
I’m grateful for your attention, and happy that we have opportunities to communicate in various places on the web. If you’re interested in having a souvenir of all these interactions, boy have I got the gift for you!
Trefis.com is a great site to model up technology companies. There are some great tools — some analytical, some social, that allow investors to play around with growth/profitability assumptions to forecast a stock price.
It’s been a *long haul* and I received a lot of great help/support from many of the investment industry’s top thinkers. Thanks to everyone who’s listened to my ideas, helped me vet them, contributed their own perspectives and helped propel this work forward (you know who you are :-))
I think this is just the beginning of an exploration of the new modes of investment research empowered by the Internet in general and social media sites like Facebook and Twitter in particular. There is a ton of great stuff going on at startups in Silicon Valley, New York, Europe and Israel.
I plan to continue to analyze tradestreaming strategies and the new technology platforms enabling this all to happen.
To accompany the launch of the book, I’ve compiled an ebook entitled “Tradestreaming and the Future of Investing”. It’s a compendium of opinions from many of the online investing industry’s thought leaders from a variety of different disciplines. It’s a really interesting view about where we are and where we’re headed in financial communications, research, and investing.
Hedge fund analysts, financial advisors and brokers, investment advisors, investment relations professionals, Internet entrepreneurs, and all investors will find something useful and thought-provoking.