Telecom Annie’s Chat Room with Richelle Elberg
In-depth analysis on Telecom Industry investments from Telecom Annie’s Global Telecom Investor. Each week Richelle posts a detailed analysis on Buys and Sells in global telecom. TelecomAnnie.com
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WallStreetAllStars.com is proud to present Richelle Elberg’s Telecom Annie Chat Room.
In the Telecom Annie Chat Room you’ll get everything you need to track your investments in the telecommunications industry, understand market and industry trends and to see where your favorite company/stock ranks amongst its peers. Revenue and cash flow trends, customer trends, leverage and earnings ratios, qualitative evaluations–all this and more.
Richelle Elberg (a.k.a Annie) started out as a media and telecommunications analyst in the early ’90′s with Paul Kagan Associates. She quickly rose through the ranks to become Senior Analyst, writing for Kagan newsletters including Broadcast Investor, Interactive Multimedia Investor, Cable TV Investor, Media Bond Investor, Wireless Investor, Wireless Market Stats, Tower Investor and more. She authored numerous special reports, including Kagan’s popular Wireless Atlas & Databook, and she also helped organize and moderate Kagan’s semi-annual investor conferences held in New York City.
In 2003, Richelle joined JSI Capital Advisors, where she spearheaded the company’s efforts to expand its newsletter offerings. While with JSICA, she was a Senior Analyst for The ILEC Advisor, The Wireless Advisor, The Deal Advisor and Phone Numbers, and later headed the company’s blog efforts as JSICA took its content online. She was also responsible for JSICA’s annual telecommunications industry forecasts, published in its annual report, Phone Lines.
In 2013, Richelle recognized a dearth of quality analysis on the telecom industry for those unwilling to spend thousands of dollars annually. She created Telecom Annie in response to this gap in the marketplace, leveraging more than 20 years of telecom industry experience and financial modeling expertise.