Mark Sigurdson

Mark Sigurdson is the founder and CEO of WikiWealth Capital Management and He is also the principle investment manager for WikiWealth.

Mark started investing at the age of twelve to pay for college. Investing successes and academic scholarships allowed Mark to attend the University of Florida where he graduated Cum Laude with a major in finance and a minor in economics. He began his Wall Street career as a valuation associate for Standard & Poor’s Corporate Value Consulting business unit. That unit was spun out and is now known as Duff & Phelps (D&P), a publicly traded financial advisory and investment banking firm. Click here to read Mark's full story.

While at D&P, Mark worked in Tokyo, London, Amsterdam, and New York analyzing a variety of acquisitions and private equity deals in every industry and geography, worldwide. After finally reading The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham, he discovered a way to combine value investing principles with interactive web technology. Mark founded to mobilize the diverse talents of Main Street investors to produce the highest quality investment analysis using the proven investing techniques developed by Benjamin Graham and Warren Buffett. At the request of investors, Mark formed WikiWealth Capital Management to manage investor money using the proprietary research developed at is a collaborative research and analysis website that combines the sum of the world’s knowledge, thinking, and skills to produce the highest quality research reports for over 6,000 stocks, ETFs, mutual funds, currencies, and commodities. combines Wall Street investment analysis with Main Street's common sense in interactive research reports of the highest quality, clarity, and transparency. The wiki-based platform – popularized by Wikipedia – gives investors the ability to add content, openly discuss opinions and influence investment ratings. Each group has their opinions, but only the best stocks can pass both rigorous examinations.

The most important members of WikiWealth team are the thousands of analysts that contribute their research and analysis at ( These analysts provide up-to-the-minute analysis the allows WikiWealth to outperform the stock market.