Wall Street Resources, Inc. Releases a Research Report on Dynamic Response Group, Inc.
MIAMI, FL, Sep 29, 2009 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- Dynamic Response Group, Inc. (OTCBB: DRGZ) announces today the release of a Research Report on the Company, by veteran micro-cap analyst Mr. Paul Silver, Director of Research for Wall Street Resources, Inc. The free report is available at: http://www.wallstreetresources.net/dynamicresponse.asp This 31-page report gives investors an in-depth and updated view of DRG's business model including products, industry, valuation, management and risk analysis.
Wall Street Resources is a professional research firm with over 30 years of experience providing analytics for emerging growth companies and information to the investment community.
Melissa Rice, Dynamic's CEO stated, "We are very pleased that Wall Street Resources has articulated our story to the investment community. We are proud of what we have accomplished to date and we are very optimistic about our short, medium, and long term financial outlook. We are dedicated to keeping our investors up to date as we continue to execute our strategy and build shareholder value."
Mr. Silver stated, "Dynamic Response Group is focused on the $150 billion DRTV consumer product market and the direct response Hispanic/Latino medical supply market. Within the DRTV market, the Company has a successful track record of developing and marketing consumer products. We believe that the real opportunity lies in the underserved Latino/Hispanic diabetes and ancillary products market."
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About Dynamic Response Group, Inc.
Dynamic Response Group, Inc. ("the Company" or "DRG") is primarily focused on the use of direct response television (DRTV) programming, also known as infomercials, to market products and services directly to consumers. In addition to marketing, the Company develops and distributes consumer goods through its vertically integrated operational structure, from content creation, through product development and sourcing, to customer service and distribution. For more information on DRG, visit http://www.dynamicresponsegroup.com.
To receive regular updates on Dynamic Response Group, please click on the following link: http://DRGZ-IR.com
About the Analyst
Mr. Silver joined Wall Street Resources in 2006 as the Director of Research. He has been in the financial services industry since 1995 and began his professional career in auditing with a Big Four accounting firm in New York City. Mr. Silver made the move to Wall Street as a sell-side research analyst for two global investment banks in New York City including Salomon Smith Barney and UBS Paine Webber. At Salomon Smith Barney he was a member of the firm's research team covering REITs that was consistently ranked #1 by Institutional Investor magazine. Most recently, Mr. Silver worked for a private equity firm as its Chief Investment Strategist.
Mr. Silver is a graduate of the College of William and Mary in Virginia with a BA in liberal arts and New York University's Stern Business School with an MBA in International Finance and Accounting.
I've read through the report and am basically quite pleased. There a fair number of facts disclosed that were new information to me. If I get some time later, I will post a few of collate these together and post another reply.
One fact that stands out to me was the paragraph which stated that there is no other company trying to address the hispanic community on a national level.
Also, I thought it was noteworthy that unlike the caucasian population which watched many different channels, there are three major hispanic channels that capture a high percentage of hispanic viewers.
Sort of sounds made to order for DRG's marketing plans.
Oh yeah one other important fact was that their business model (focussing on Diabetic supplies) has been tried and been successful. Way cool.
That report wasn't free, it was paid for with MORE STOCK (52,000 shares) & 10,000 dollars. Of course they won't do a report on a company like this for free:
"In compliance with Section 17(b) of the Securities Act of 1933, WSR discloses it has received or expects to receive $10,000 in cash and 52,000 shares of restricted stock for due diligence fees and research coverage provided to Dynamic Response Group from September of 2009 through September of 2010"