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Brad Peery Background

In 1982, Brad Peery ran for the Connecticut U.S. Senate seat against Senator Lowell Weicker. He recently started a blog, www.ArmchairPolitician.US, that looks at what the liberal media is saying, about President Trump, the Trump agenda, and the facts about world events.

Brad Peery has over 40 years of experience in the investment industry. He was the first Wall Street telecom analyst in 1972. He followed the telecom industry for over 30 years. His broker-dealer was an underwriter in over 200 telecom syndicates in the 1990s, His investment banking firm managed partnerships that invested through both U.S. and offshore entities. His investment banking firm also invested in over 20 private early-stage broadband communications companies.

The telecom industry, being global, allowed Mr. Peery to be a worldwide telecom economist. This required understanding the economic issues that faced companies trying to do business in countries such as China and India.