David Eller

Investment U Senior Analyst

David is a technologist that found his way into financial services.  While working in Morgan Stanley's IT department, he got his start in the financial industry after connecting with their sell-side software analyst and was invited to join his team. It was during this time he went to grad school, attending NYU’s Stern School of Business.

After some time covering software on the sell-side for Morgan Stanley and later Credit Suisse First Boston, David felt the sell-side industry was unethical so he turned to financial writing. He joined a division of Reuters in 2007 shortly before the company was bought out by Thomson.  Thomson then closed his department which eventually led David to Investment U where he covers all things technology.

David has professionally covered everything from consumer technology to enterprise software, internet, electronic gaming, telecom and renewable energy.

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The Top Tech Stocks for 2013

by David Eller

January is here and predictions for the coming year are rampant. There are so many great cutting-edge technology companies and hopes for the next 12 months that it’s easy to lose your discipline and let greed take over. Read On…

Will Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL) Rebound in 2013?

by David Eller

On September 10 we warned that Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL) investors may be wise to take profits. We received our share of angry phone calls and emails, but stuck with our opinion. Now that Apple is down 23% from its close on September 10, it's time to revisit the story. Read On…