I must say that over the past four years I really enjoyed the perks of freelance writing--the flexible schedule, pursuing my own interests, financial compensation, etc. However, more recently I came to the conclusion that I wasn’t making the impact on my community, friends and family that I had intended. I sometimes question whether or not I made an impact at all. God, the aforementioned emotional state and the fact that recent financial compensation has been somewhat lacking compels me to move on. For the few of you who offered positive comments both online and offline, I thank you. I will leave my website www.stockdissector.com online indefinitely as a monument (and resume) to my work as a freelance writer. Who knows I may return to writing one day.
William Bias has been researching stocks since 1992 and has been a freelance writer since 2012. He employs a strategic business oriented approach to stock market investing.