I originally started World Of Wallstreet as a means of organizing and recording my investing thoughts and sharing them with whoever might be interested. Lately I've realized that I've got quite a diverse readership.
Here's a map showing the most recent 100 visitors as of Sunday, March 30, 2008.
Here's a capture of a summary showing that World Of Wallstreet gets more than 1000 visits per week.
Click here for a list of different places from which visitors have come to World of Wallstreet.
I now realize that I have an opportunity not only share investing thoughts, but also things of greater consequence, a chance to share the good news about Jesus Christ to many folks who ordinarily would not hear about it, particularly from someone they might relate to who has shown himself to be thoughtful and educated. So, I'm trying to include some kind of evangelistic teaser post about once a week. On the message boards, one is shouted down the instant they bring of things of greater importance. On our own web site, we define what is and is not on-topic.
Here's an example of one of the more subtle posts that gives someone thoughtful and educated to hear a good introduction to the good news (click here).
When I asked Google News why World Of Wallstreet did not get picked up by Google News searches, they responded as follows:"We don't include sites that are written and maintained by one individual. We currently only include articles from sources that could be considered organizations, generally characterized by multiple writers and editors, availability of organizational information, and accessible contact information. When we reviewed your site we weren't able to find this evidence of an organization."
So, I'm looking for contributing authors who can provide some high-powered investing news and analysis, maybe once a month, and who are interested in getting folks interested in Jesus Christ who otherwise would not be giving him any thought at all. I think the reach of World of Wallstreet could be multiplied if I had two more official contributors who could be named as part of the World Of Wallstreet organization.
Leave me a comment on one the postings if you'd be interested in looking into this further.
Douglas M Dillon, aka MontyHigh.