SOURCE: WallStreet University

February 08, 2007 08:00 ET

Increase Your Investment Expertise with WallStreet University at Forbes.com

COSTA MESA, CA and NEW YORK, NY -- (MARKET WIRE) -- February 8, 2007 -- WallStreet University announced that WallStreet University's on-line investor education courses are now being offered at www.forbes.com.

Investors who wish to get smarter about increasing their investment portfolio returns can now access WallStreet University investor education in a broad range of investing categories through various gateways on the Forbes.com web site.

Since WallStreet University's On-Line Investor Education is based on content provided by independent sources including Lipper (a Reuters Company), Standard & Poor's, Thomson Learning, and others, it is strictly educational, and is not a lead-in to sell other investment programs or other products.

Bill Nordstrom, CEO of WallStreet University, says: "Education is the key to success in every field. However, investors often mistake 'information' for 'education' and end up with losses instead of profits. WallStreet University provides real education about investing, and an educated investment decision is far more likely to have a positive outcome."

A WallStreet University customer says:

"The (WallStreet University) course was so interesting, I couldn't stop. I've recommended it to all my friends. I wish this format was available when I was in grad school." -- (Ms. G. Hardy, Chicago, IL)

Forbes.com is one of the most trusted information resources for the world's business leaders, providing the uncompromising commentary, relevant tools, concise analysis and real-time reporting they need to succeed at work, profit from investing and have fun with the rewards of winning.

WallStreet University is a leader in providing independent, academically sound on-line adult investment education that teaches independent investors how to improve their investing skills. Using unique interactive techniques, leading independent financial experts guide learners step-by-step through the education process. A course catalog can be viewed at www.wallstreetuniversity.org.

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