<I>TheStreet</I> Tops Ranking for Financial Advisors

NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- TheStreet ( TST) has won more readers who are certified financial advisors than any other financial-media Web site, according to the most recent research from comScore Media Metrix.

TheStreet, the publisher of this Web site, also ranked first among high-net-worth investors and business decision makers, comScore said in its November report, the latest available.

TheStreet, founded in 1996 and located on Wall Street in New York, beat out leading financial sites including Bloomberg, Forbes.com and Yahoo! Finance.

"Certified financial advisors recognize that the tools and insights we offer at TheStreet help their clients gain a competitive edge; these comScore results validate that," said James R. Freiman, senior vice president of Business Development & Strategy at TheStreet.

In addition, comScore said TheStreet is No. 3 in financial-media Web sites whose audience has household income of more than $100,000 and whose portfolios top $1 million.

-- Written by TheStreet staff in New York.
This article was written by a staff member of TheStreet.

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