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About John Dessauer

John Dessauer is the Editor of Investor's World ( John Dessauer holds degrees in Physics and Law, and was a successful private investor at a young age. One of his first duties as a lawyer was to manage large trusts. While working for Citibank in the early 1970s, John Dessauer managed the bank's stock portfolios, and quickly became Senior Investment Officer in Citibank-Europe. He was stationed in Zurich from 1974-1978. Upon returning to the US, John Dessauer managed a billion-dollar trust. Then, in 1980, he launched Dessauer's Journal of Financial Markets. In 1993, he partnered with Phillips Investment Resources, LLC, and his "Journal" became John Dessauer's Investor's World.

About Investor's World

Investor's World focuses on the principles of value investing on a global basis. Subscribers to Investor's World receive John Dessauer's monthly advisory letter, twice-weekly market updates accessible via phone or online, weekly online Question and Answer sessions, and daily access to

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Philips Investment Resources, LLC
7811 Montrose Road
Potomac, MD 20854

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