Toronto, Ontario Canada (PressExposure) September 21, 2007 -- If you're one of those who like to manage his or her own portfolio and are interested in the Canadian Junior Mining and Oil & Gas Industries; or if you're a financial adviser with clients interested in these sectors, you've experienced the problemâthe time inefficiencies typically encountered when accessing economic, industry and company data on the Internet.
This troubled Ian Campbell, who for thirty-five years has been viewed as pre-eminent in rendering independent business valuation opinions in substantive Canadian public and private company shareholder disputes and company valuations. He wrote the definitive Canadian books on the topic that are broadly used by Canadian professionals and others.
For some years now, with the assistance of three investment advisors who each specialize in different industry groups, he has researched macro-economic concepts and investment ideas on the Internet. He consistently spent more time doing this than he believed should be necessary. At the same time he had to develop financial and market comparators that he could not readily find in one organized place.
Campbell then considered what he had learned in his years of helping clients determine the value of their companies and investments. He concluded that if the most pertinent data was consistently summarized across a focused group of companies, and focused due diligence techniques were applied to those companies in much the way a company acquirer might do, this should lead to considerable time efficiencies and importantly, to a more in-depth knowledge of the companies.
The result, after nearly one year of research and site-building, is StockResearchDD.com, a unique web site that will be launched in the next few weeks. In preparation for the introduction of this new site Stock Research DD Inc., the owner of the web site, has just launched a blog, [http://www.stockresearchddblog.com]. Visitors to the blog can get a pre-launch preview of some of the specific issues that will be addressed in the members-only subscriber-based site.
The blog is designed for readers and investors interested in topics such as macroeconomic issues, investor attitudes toward their investment advisors, Internet usage by investors, Junior Mining and Oil & Gas stocks, and the new web site.
To access to this new blog visit: [http://www.stockresearchddblog.com]