Glenn Curtis

Glenn Curtis started his career as an equity analyst at Cantone Research, a New Jersey-based regional brokerage firm. He has since worked as an equity analyst and a financial writer at a number of print/web publications and brokerage firms including Registered Representative Magazine, Advanced Trading Magazine, Worldlyinvestor.com, RealMoney.com, TheStreet.com and Prudential Securities. Curtis has also held Series 6, 7, 24 and 63 securities licenses.


As a freelance financial writer and analyst, Curtis has also been quoted in a variety of trade publications and venues including Investor's Business Daily, The Washington Times, Forbes and CNN.


Curtis enjoys not only perusing the financial statements of the companies he covers, but also speaking with the management, vendors and distributors of those companies. But perhaps his favorite part of his job as a financial writer is helping his readers both save and make money.

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    Six Steps To A Better Business Budget

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    Follow these simple steps to get you ready for the income tax deadline of April 15.
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