Wysdom Partners with Zacks to Make Personal Investing Website Available to Users of Wireless Devices

Web's Most Powerful Investment Tools to Become Accessible On Mobile Phones, PDAs and Pagers

Wysdom Inc. and Zacks Investment Research, Inc., today announced that zacks.com, the company's personal investing website, will soon become readily available on wireless devices. Wysdom, a leading wireless Internet solutions provider, will supply the technology through which Zacks can send information to individuals around the world via mobile phones, pagers and personal digital assistants (PDAs), such as Palm devices.

"Our partnership with Wysdom is a key step in maintaining our site's leadership position as the most powerful and flexible investment tool on the Web," said Len Zacks, chief executive officer of Zacks Investment Research. "Zacks.com's stock market content -- the broadest and deepest available -- can be customized to fit individual investment styles. Now, with Wysdom's help, it will become one of the most accessible."

"Through its relationship with Wysdom, Zacks can extend delivery of its content to satisfy the growing consumer demand for individualized stock market information anytime and anywhere," said Kashif Hassan, president and chief executive officer at Wysdom. "By adding wireless access, Zacks continues to expand the availability of its comprehensive stock trading information and e-commerce services to users."

Designed to be a one-stop site for people who want to be involved in their investment decisions, zacks.com offers more than 16 individual information modules, ranging from current market news to model portfolios, from which individuals can select for their home page. The zacks.com personalized portfolio tracker is backed up by Zacks' written abstracts and full-text brokerage research reports from numerous brokerage firms, the Zacks Rank, our professional-level Stock Screener, news, a Mutual Fund Center, and an education center.

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