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About Brady Willett

Brady Willett was a private investor for more than 15 years. After graduating from college in 1995, Brady Willett saw the global equity markets as having dangerously high valuation levels and an uncritical mob mentality. Brady Willett subsequently started in January of 2000, and serves as Senior Editor. provides a clearinghouse for Bearish information, independent research on specific company and industries, and an investment newsletter containing market insights and company selections.

About Wall Street Wish List

The Wall Street Wish List is an investment newsletter focused on finding undervalued and under-covered North America companies. The flagship Wish List report is published annually on December 26th and subsequent reports occur quarterly. Membership on the site includes access to quarterly Wish List reports, specific company/industry reports, market commentary, the FallStreet Feed, and related investment research. Different membership levels are offered to individuals (private investors, students, and journalists) and investment professionals (institutional investors, brokers, and financial planners/advisors). No free services are offered.

Wall Street Wish List Contact Information
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Riverview, New Brunswick
Canada E1B 2W3
(506) 386-5556

The above description was assembled using information from the publisher's site. All registered or unregistered trademarks referenced herein are the property of their respective owners, and no trademark rights to the same are claimed.

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