Starmine and Thompson Reuters Name Steve Brozak a Top Stock Picker

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Starmine and Thompson Reuters Name Steve Brozak a Top Stock Picker

WBB’s Steve Brozak named “Top Stock Picker” in Biotechnology

For Immediate Release
May 14, 2010

SAN DIEGO, CAThe Financial Times and Thompson Reuters awarded Steve Brozak, president of WBB Securities a Starmine Award for 2009. Brozak was named as one of the top three Biotechnology analysts in the Healthcare Sector for 2009. The ratings named Brozak as a “top stock picker” for the year.

In determining the winners, analysts are ranked according to their Industry Excess Return, computed from a portfolio simulation that measures each analyst relative to an industry-based benchmark. The top three qualifying analysts in each industry receive an award. Brozak achieved a 17.8 percent Industry Excess Return for the year.

WBB Securities is widely quoted in news media and has contributed opinion articles on a wide range of healthcare and economic issues.

About WBB Securities

WBB Securities is a leading investment management, investment banking, and equity research firm.  Established in 2001 and headquartered in San Diego, California, WBB Securities is a registered independent broker dealer and investment advisor with proprietary trading desks that have market-making capabilities.  WBB Securities has built a nationwide team of respected senior investment and research professionals with a network of branches throughout the US serving institutional and high net worth clients.  The firm also maintains an investment banking and equity research practice focused exclusively in the life sciences niche.

About the Starmine Analyst Awards

StarMine is the leading provider of objective ratings of equity securities analysts. StarMine measures analyst performance based on the return of their stock recommendations and the accuracy of their earnings estimates. StarMine Corporation is a subsidiary of Thomson Reuters and utilizes the I/B/E/S system as its data source.