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Seeking Alpha is an American stock market analysis website founded in 2004.

DescriptionEdit

Seeking Alpha was founded in 2004 by former Wall Street analyst, David Jackson.[1] The company reports it has distribution partnerships with MSN Money, CNBC, Yahoo Finance, MarketWatch, Nasdaq and TheStreet.[2] According to its company website Seeking Alpha selects about 250 of the 400 articles submitted daily for publication and accepts 25% of the new authors who apply.[3] Seeking Alpha reports that Nielsen Analytics found its web site to be the most widely read among investors and financial professionals.[4] The company reportedly has over 5 million unique users per month.[5]

ReceptionEdit

In 2007, Seeking Alpha was the recipient of Forbes' Best of the Web Award [6] and was selected by Kiplinger's as its pick for Best Investment Informant.[7] In 2011 Seeking Alpha was listed as #1 in Inc. magazine's list of Essential Economic blogs.[8]

ReferencesEdit

  1. "Market Movers", US News & World Report, March 2009.
  2. Director of Contributor Relations", Seeking Alpha, January 17, 2011.
  3. About Us Seeking Alpha web site, retrieved April 19, 2012
  4. (January 18, 2010) Nielsen Analytics Seeking Alpha Web Site
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  7. "The 2007 Best List", Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine, November 2007.
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