William Selesky

Senior Analyst: Basic Materials,

Argus Research Corporation

About William

William Selesky covers the basic materials sector for Argus. Mr. Selesky has worked in the investment business for over 15 years, including positions as a senior equity analyst for firms such as Palisade Capital Management, PaineWebber/Mitchell Hutchins Asset Management, and John Hsu Capital Group. He has provided coverage on groups including consumer staples, consumer discretionary, energy, media, transportation, gaming, and utilities. At PaineWebber, Mr. Selesky also served as part of a team that managed $9 billion in active equity products. Prior to working in the investment field, he spent eight years as a credit analyst at American Express Company and five years as an analyst at Equifax Services. Mr. Selesky has a Masters of Business Administration degree in investment finance from Pace University and a Bachelor of Science degree in economics from Fordham University.

William's Articles

We expect Williams Companies (WMB) to continue to benefit from its diversified asset base and growing demand for natural gas, and believe that the stock is favorably valued at current levels, suggests Bill Selesky, an analyst with Argus Research.
Exxon Mobil (XOM) is the world’s largest non-government-owned energy company; it operates globally along the entire hydrocarbon value chain, from energy exploration to end-user product sales and marketing, suggests Bill Selesky, an analyst with Argus Research, a leading independent Wall Street research firm.
General Motors (GM), one of the world's largest automakers, traces its roots back to 1908; the firm continues to diversify its business as it expands into electric and autonomous vehicles, observes Bill Selesky, an analyst with Argus Research.
We are raising our rating on Halliburton Co. (HAL) from "hold" to "buy" and setting a price target of $32, explains Bill Selesky, an analyst with Argus Research, he independent Wall Street research firm.