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Matthew Paulson

Matthew Paulson is the founder of MarketBeat.com, an Inc. 5000 financial media company committed to making real-time investing information available to investors at all levels. MarketBeat publishes a daily investment newsletter to more than 425,000 subscribers and its network of financial news websites attracts more than 4 million visitors each month. MarketBeat's reporting has been covered by a number of major financial media outlets, including Barron's Magazine, the Wall Street Journal, CNBC, MarketWatch and Seeking Alpha. 

Through his books, his personal blog and his media appearances, Matthew teaches others about how to leverage the power of entrepreneurship in their lives and achieve personal financial freedom. Matthew's first two books, 40 Rules for Internet Business Success and Email Marketing Demystified, teach readers how to build profitable online businesses. His newest book, The Ten-Year Turnaround, reveals how anyone can achieve financial freedom in the ten years or less.

As an angel investor, Matthew has invested in a number of early-stage companies in a variety of verticals. He is also the chairman of Falls Angel Fund, a regional angel fund sponsored by the South Dakota Enterprise Institute has raised $1.25 million to invest in early-stage, high-growth companies in South Dakota and surrounding states.

Matthew serves on a number of non-profit boards and committees. He proudly serves on the board of trustees for Sioux Falls Seminary, which equips pastors, therapists and leaders for ministry throughout the region. Sioux Falls Seminary prides itself on offering theological education programs that are accessible, affordable, relevant, and faithful. Matthew also currently serves on the South Dakota State Chapter Board of the March of Dimes. Having had two premature babies in his family, Matthew believes that the March of Dimes plays a vital role in preventing premature births and caring for preterm babies.