David Peltier


David Peltier joined TheStreet as a research associate in August 2001, and writes TheStreet Stocks Under $10. Before that, Peltier was an analyst for Individual Investor magazine and the publication's Web site. His market interests include small-caps, technology and retail stocks. He has appeared on NPR, NBR and WNYW-TV.

Peltier received his bachelor's degree cum laude in finance and international business from New York University.




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Recent Articles By The Author

Removing Retailer From Bullpen

We no longer see upside in Buckle, given deteriorating business fundamentals.

Cutting Ballantyne Position and Rating

We are selling half of our BTN shares into strength and reducing our rating to Three.

Sonus Networks Cuts a Deal

It has acquired privately held telecom equipment maker Taqua in a transaction that should be accretive to earnings next year.

Putting 2 Biotechs Under the Microscope

These low-dollar biotech stocks are making big moves Monday -- in opposite directions.

Pfizer Nixes Business Split, Despite Activist Pressure

The company now believes that it makes more sense to keep its established drug and clinical products businesses under one roof.