The Deipnosophist

Where the science of investing becomes an art of living

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Location: Summerlin, Nevada, United States

A private investor for 20+ years, I manage private portfolios and write about investing. You can read my market musings on three different sites: 1) The Deipnosophist, dedicated to teaching the market's processes and mechanics; 2) Investment Poetry, a subscription site dedicated to real time investment recommendations; and 3) Seeking Alpha, a combination of the other two sites with a mix of reprints from this site and all-original content. See you here, there, or the other site!

11 February 2009


Introducing ZepInvest, a new website of possible interest to you.
-- David M Gordon / The Deipnosophist

ZepInvest is an aggregator of paid financial information that empowers users with access to over 80 premium investment publications in one searchable, easy-to-use Web site. It’s aimed at any investor who wants to get the best advice on how to invest money. And let’s face it, that’s all of us right now.

ZepInvest aggregates content from over 80 different publications, and offers them at a far more reasonable price than they would cost if bought yearly and individually. ZepInvest costs $600 a year as an introductory price, as opposed to over $30,000 a year if users were to buy content separately. Many of these publications were previously rarely available to consumer investors – and many cost hundreds of dollars per year. ZepInvest includes well-known publications such as The Motley Fool, Morningstar, Walter Frank’s Money Letter and CABOT.

It’s the first time that the simple Google-esque search model has been applied to premium investment publishing. Any consumer who wants advice and information that has otherwise been limited to investment professionals by price and availability can now gain access.

This is particularly critical in today’s market as people need to empower themselves with sound financial advice from multiple sources to be sure they have the best possible grasp on their investments.

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