Herve J.R. Tessier was the President and C.E.O. of a broker dealer, H.J. Tessier & Co., Inc. Mr. Tessier is a graduate of the University of Rhode Island with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and was an engineer and project manager for 12 years with General Electric. In 1972, he founded and was the first president of the Phoenix Chapter of the International Association of Financial Planners (IAFP). Mr. Tessier served for three years on the Business Conduct Committee of the National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc (NASD) and was on their arbitration panel for industry complaints. He is also the founder of the Investment Research Institute, an organization dedicated to the assistance of NASD broker-dealers who did a significant portion of their business in direct participation program offerings.
To centralize one's assets and utilization of time in order to provide maximum opportunity for positive
The editor as investment advisor advised a cash position before The Crash of 1987. Similarly, as an investor, the corporate account was cash during the last half of 2008, missing a serious correction .
Provides its knowledge, experience, and assets to assist investors to select potentially high performance equities and to affect timely acquisition and disposition utilizing technical analysis. It stresses eternal vigilance prior to purchase and keeps investment funds employed in periods of positive momentum. It emphasizes selling when the technical acquisition criteria is reversed.
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