The Uri Man Review
National TV Financial News Contributor Launches Newsletter to Make $ and Sense of the Down
August 24, 2010 10:03 AM Eastern Daylight Time
BOCA RATON, Fla.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--FOX News financial contributor Uri Man is pleased to
announce the launch of “The Uri Man Review”, a must read for anyone concerned about the state of today’s
In his review of the nation’s economy, Man asks and answers the tough questions. Man launched the review to “get
answers” and focus attention where it should be--on “bad policies” and bad leaders that are bringing the economy
down. The Review stresses the importance of getting readers involved. It is one of the fastest growing newsletters
The Uri Man Review asks: Are we facing a double dip recession and why; Why our housing market will continue
to be soft and fall another 25% as FHA, FNM, and FREDDIE MAC pull back; Why Spain and Italy, Portugal may
be the next European economies to implode.
A former debt capital markets manager in London, Man was one of the youngest corporate bond syndicate desk
managers on Wall Street working on groundbreaking transactions such as the world’s first Global Sterling Bond.
“It’s important to ask questions and call out our leaders on their policies. We all need to get involved. Hopefully The
Uri Man Review will be a voice to help.” Got a question for our leaders? Ask Uri and he will get the answer. The
Uri Man Review is available online at www.urimanreview.com.
National news programs seek his expertise on a continual basis. A regular contributor on financial issues, real estate
and the stock market, Man has appeared on such news programs as Neil Cavuto, Fox & Friends, The Daily Show
and Studio B with Sheppard Smith, among others. A graduate of the University of Michigan with a Bachelors in
Business, he holds an MBA from the University of California at Berkeley. He has obtained several securities licenses
from both US and UK authorities and has worked for such firms as Goldman, Sachs & Co., Barclays Capital New
York and Barclays Bank in London. He is a former real estate developer and recipient of the “Young Leader of the
Year Award,” which honors developers 35 years of age or younger.
The Uri Man Review, Boca Raton
Uri Man, 561-213-9696