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About Richard Young

Richard Young worked for Wall Street investment firms for 15 years after graduating from Babson College with a BS in investments. He started as a runner, and worked his way up to vice president of international services for Hoenig & Co. In 1977, Richard Young established Young Research & Publishing, Inc., as an independent financial services advisory service, and started publishing Young's World Money Forecast. In 1989, he founded Richard C. Young & Co. Ltd. to manage portfolios for substantial investors.

Richard Young is the author of Richard C. Young's Financial Armadillo Strategy and many research reports. He is the Editor of Intelligence Report (, where he focuses on safe investments that keep subscribers away from danger, and reaping handsome gains.

About Intelligence Report subscribers receive the following benefits:

  • Monthly issues of Richard Young's Intelligence Report, with the option of e-mail notification when a new issue is available..

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  • Free reports

Intelligence Report Contact Information

Phillips Investment Resources, LLC
2420A Gehman Lane
Lancaster, PA 17602

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