Founding Publisher and Editor,
Vita Nelson is the founding publisher and editor of Moneypaper, a financial newsletter based in Rye, NY. One of the earliest proponents of dividend reinvestment plans (also known as direct investment plans or DRIPs) and acknowledged as an authority on the operations of these plans, she has been widely quoted in the press and cited as a source of information for individual investors by the Wall Street Journal, Barron's, and the New York Times among many others. Ms. Nelson has conducted seminars, appeared on TV and radio shows, and is the co-author of Create and Manage Your Own Mutual Fund (Lifetime Press, 1994).Ms. Vita Nelson began her financial career as a bond trader at two Wall Street firms where she "made a market" in municipal bonds. She was the founding Editor/Publisher of Westchester Magazine, which was the first regional magazine on the East Coast. With the sale of Westchester in 1980, she established Moneypaper, which was the first financial newsletter for women. In 1984, when she learned that it was possible to invest directly in the market and bypass the brokerage industry, she was determined to make that option known to the investing public.
Conagra Brands, Inc. (CAG) sells branded and customized food products, as well as commercially branded foods. It also supplies vegetable, spice and grain products to a range of restaurants, foodservice operators and commercial customers, suggests dividend expert Vita Nelson, editor of DirectInvesting.
Bank of New York Mellon Corp. (BK) is a worldwide banking and financial services holding company, headquartered in New York City; it is one of the world's largest custodian banks and asset servicing companies, explains Vita Nelson, editor of DirectInvesting.
Headquartered in Wisconsin, Bemis Company (BMS) is a global manufacturer of flexible packaging products and pressure-sensitive materials, notes dividend reinvestment expert Vita Nelson, editor of the industry-leading advisory, DirectInvesting.
Founded in 1837 and headquartered in Moline, Illinois, Deere & Company (DE) is the world’s leading manufacturer of agricultural equipment, explains dividend reinvestment specialist Vivian Nelson, editor of DirectInvesting.