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SPEAKER Finn, Ed Ed Finn is the editor and president of Barron's, the Dow Jones business and financial weekly. He joined Dow Jones as a national copyreader for The Wall Street Journal in 1980, then moved to the foreign desk as editor, then to the Dallas bureau as a banking and finance reporter. Mr. Finn left to join Forbes as a senior editor, covering international business and finance, and later became an assistant managing editor. From 1990 to 1992, he was the editor of American Banker, a daily trade newspaper. Mr. Finn re-joined Dow Jones in 1993 as the managing editor of Barron's and was named editor of the magazine in 1995. He assumed additional responsibilities as the president of Barron's in 1998. Mr. Finn earned a Bachelor's degree in English and political science from Tufts University and a Master's degree in international banking and finance from Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs.

SPEAKER Young, Roger Roger Young is a senior vice president for Fidelity Capital Markets (FCM), a division of Fidelity Investments. He manages FCM's fixed-income distribution for retail, high-net-worth, family office, and correspondent banking. Mr. Young is a 30-year financial services veteran with extensive experience in institutional banking, portfolio management, trading, and research in the domestic debt markets. Prior to joining Fidelity in 1991 as vice president and manager of taxable trading, he ran the short-term funding desk of Bank of Boston. In 1985, Mr. Young took a senior position with London-based Kleinwort-Benson in Chicago, where he ran their Eurodollar futures trading at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. Mr. Young began his career in banking with Norwest Bank in Minneapolis in 1978. He worked on the funding and trading desks and eventually became senior vice president of the bank's Asset Liability Committee, managing their multi-billion taxable and tax-exempt portfolio. Mr. Young is a member of the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association, where he was co-chair of their Corporate Bond Education Committee in June 1997.

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SPEAKER Vardy, Nicholas Nicholas Vardy is the editor of Bull Market Alert, The Alpha Algorithm, The Alpha Investor Letter, and The Global Guru, published by Eagle Financial Publications. Mr. Vardy is a regular contributor to Dow Jones Dow Jones Marketwatch and has been quoted in the Financial Times, Investor's Business Daily, MSN Money Central, AOL, and Yahoo Finance. He has also appeared on the Fox Business Network and CNN International. Mr. Vardy is a graduate of Stanford University and Harvard Law School, as well as a former Fulbright Scholar.





SPEAKER Fabian, Doug Doug Fabian is the editor of a newsletter and free e-newsletter published by Eagle Financial Publications, and the radio talk show host of the syndicated show Doug Fabian's Wealth Strategies. He has helped his readers and listeners successfully navigate bull and bear markets for more than 30 years. Mr. Fabian's flagship advisory service, Successful ETF Investing, has produced double-digit annualized returns since 1977. He often appears on CNBC, CNN, and FOX News, and he has also been featured in the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, the New York Times, Fortune, SmartMoney, and Barron's.


SPEAKER Kessler, Scott Scott Kessler is deputy global director and industry analyst at CFRA, Equity Research. In addition to managing a team of industry analysts, he establishes and executes on longer-term strategies and directs day-to-day operations to produce and distribute high-quality and timely research content. Mr. Kessler also conducts fundamental analysis and valuation assessments within the internet, software, and fintech areas. Additionally, he oversees and coordinates team media and compliance efforts. Prior to joining CFRA, Mr. Kessler worked as a legislative adviser to the vice chairman of the House Telecommunications & Finance subcommittee, handling issues related to technology, media and telecommunications, and financial services. He also previously worked as a telecommunications attorney, for a law firm in Washington, DC, representing clients including Time Warner and The Walt Disney Company. Mr. Kessler holds a bachelor's degree from Brandeis University and a law degree from Washington University in St. Louis.

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