TheStreet.com has won more readers who are certified financial advisors than any other financial-media Web site, according to the most recent research from comScore Media Metrix. who are the financial advisors relying on the site, which was founded in 1996 by money manager and TV pitchman, Jim Cramer?
Apart from the fact that someone has made up a new professional deignation for "certified financial advisors," it's odd to understand how a site so fixated on short-term markets could attracted a following among investment professionals.
In addition, The Street says it is not only No. 1 for investment professionals but also ranked first among high-net-worth investors and business decision makers. If the advisors are reading the same research and analysis that their customer are reading, why would people need advisors?