Glenn Rogers

Contributing Editor,

Internet Wealth Builder and The Income Investor

About Glenn

Glenn Rogers is executive chairman of RAEN and board member of Poler and takes an active role in the financing of the business along with providing council and guidance on strategic decisions that affect the brand. He has had extensive experience working with private equity and venture groups on a variety of projects leading to successful exits for the investors. Mr. Rogers recently was part of a group that sold a large beverage company to Amway and is currently on the board of Poler Inc., a successful emerging brand. Prior to the above he was EVP of Reed Elsevier's publishing division, was a publisher of well-known magazines such as Daily Variety, Publishers Weekly, with annual revenues of 500 million and 2500 employees. He was also president of a large newspaper company with 160 supporting web sites in the US and Canada. Additionally, Mr. Rogers was EVP of Advanstar Communications and was responsible for numerous trade publications and related trade shows that were global in their distribution. He was a contributing editor to the Internet Wealth Builder from 2001 to 2003 and now writes occasional articles as a guest columnist.

Glenn's Articles

With hurricane season already underway, people on the East Coast, particularly in Florida and the Gulf States, are reaching for their generators, reports Glenn Rogers, contributing editor to Internet Wealth Builder.
I don't claim to be an expert in cosmetics. But I do have two daughters and a wife and they certainly seem to be looking forward to a post-mask environment where they can apply makeup, suggests Glenn Rogers, contributing editor to Internet Wealth Builder.
What if you had the chance to invest in oil when it was cratering at a dollar a barrel? I believe that's where we are now when it comes to battery technology suppliers to that emerging industry, suggests Glenn Rogers, growth stock expert and contributing editor at Internet Wealth Builder.
Valuations look extremely stretched, particularly in Nasdaq. Combined with coronavirus, the political uncertainty, and questions about the health of the economy, it is hard to get overly enthusiastic about investing right now, cautions Glenn Rogers, contributing editor to Internet Wealth Builder. 
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