Adam Mesh was born on September 14, 1975. He graduated from the University of Michigan in 1997 and started off as a day trader. He is now a stock trader of 15 years, author and entrepreneur. Mesh had become a multimillionaire by 1999. With three other successful traders, he launched a trading company in 2000, Chimera. He founded and is CEO of The Adam Mesh Trading Group which distributes a daily newsletter and has a top-ranked, prosperous and globally recognized Executive Stock Market Coaching Program. He made $19,743 in 20 minutes trading stocks which landed him much attention. Mesh was seen in the 2003 NBC television series Average Joe and The Average Joe – Adam returns by 30 million avid fans. In 2004 on March 20 he co-founded YOLO Publishing. He was the author of the bestseller The Average Joe’s Ultimate Beginner’s Guide to the Stock Market. Mesh’s work can be found featured in Fortune Magazine, and he can be seen on ABC’s Good Money, CNN, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Money Morning, Regis and Kelly, Fox Business, ABC News, CNBC’s Squawk Box, Anderson Cooper 360 and The Ellen DeGeneres Show. In Consumer Reports he was named the Stock Market Personality of the Month. To focus and devote time to individuals trying to succeed in the stock market, he sold his trading company in early 2006. Thousands of people read his daily newsletter.
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Koyfman immigrated from Soviet Russia to the United States with his family towards the closing of the Cold War in the 1980s. He obtained a bachelor’s degree from the University of Maryland and a JD from Penn State. While attending law school at Penn State, Koyfman traded IPO’d Vmware stock to create a six-figure gain. Since early 2002, Koyfman has actively involved himself in stock trading. His first significant trade was off the WorldCom stock, in which he made six figures by buying shares at a low of 7 cents and selling at 35 cents. The WorldCom stock ignited his enthusiasm for microcap companies and technology investing. Deciding to leave the legal industry, Koyfman began a career in stock trading in 2009. For two years he ran a weekly financial blog of his own which had over 100,000 readers and subscribers. This financial writing led to the creation of the successful Penny Stock Millionaire newsletter that focused on microcaps. His business travels around the world have shaped his theories and ideas about stocks, and he has created a unique de-risking method and scientific approach to stock trading. Koyfman is now an editor at Wealth Daily and is an investment director at Penny Stock Millionaire.
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Senior Editor of The Oxford Communiqué; Editor of The Momentum Alert, The Insider Alert and The True Value Alert.
Alexander Green is the Chief Investment Strategist of The Oxford Club and Investment U. Alex is also the author of four national best-sellers: The Gone Fishin’ Portfolio, The Secret of Shelter Island, Beyond Wealth and An Embarrassment of Riches.
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Amber Lancaster received a bachelor’s degree in economics, and she furthered her education with a masters in business administration and a concentration in finance. She has over 20 years of experience in the world of investment and economic research. Lancaster started as a data analyst at Bloomberg LP. Her financial career took off as she became a team leader and researched a wide range of topics. After that, she joined Weiss Research Inc. and did a variety of jobs, including research department supervisor, senior research analyst, and product manager. When she was the research department supervisor, she and her team oversaw the financial research requirements across all of the companies divisions. Lancaster now works for Banyan Hill Publishing. She began as a senior research manager, providing financial analysis and economic research for a large number of Banyan Hill publications. Now for Banyan Hills Bold Profits Publishing, she is the director of investment research. Lancaster also writes weekly for the Sovereign Investor Daily and Bold Profits Daily, financial e-letters, and goes on air weekly for the Market Talk webcast. She authored the book The Busy Person’s Guide to Personal Finance and can be heard on radio shows like CNN Radio, Fox News Radio, Traders Nation and CNBC MarketWatch.
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Amy Calistri is the Chief Investment Strategist behind StreetAuthority’s Stock of the Month and The Daily Paycheck.
Before joining StreetAuthority, Amy created and taught online investment courses used by Bloomberg.com and National City Corporation. Her investing articles have also been featured on Nasdaq.com and Google Finance.
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Andy Crowler works for Wyatt Investment Research as an advanced trading expert in income and options. Crowler began his career on Wall Street working for Oppenheimer & Co. He now advises and teaches investors using his calculated strategies. Crowlers methods are derived from his time on Wall Street and successful Wall Street traders. He prefers to wait until opportunities go to him, and if the odds are in his favor, he invests. Many chose to take risks and invest with hopes to get rich and get profits of 400% or 900%, but those almost always fail and have losses. Because of that, Crowler uses probability and preaches that the market is not a machine; it is an unpredictable, emotional, and dynamic place. Crowler believes there is always money to be made, and he does not focus on one area, he aims to find profit in any market he can. CNBC has interviewed him on multiple occasions. He leads the advisory services High Yield Trader and Options Advantage.
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Mr. Andy Obermueller serves as the Chief Investment Strategist of Fast-Track Millionaire and Game-Changing Stocks at StreetAuthority, LLC. Before joining StreetAuthority, Mr. Obermueller spent ten years as a financial journalist, working for some of the nation’s largest newspapers.
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Anthony Planas received his master’s degree from Florida Atlantic University. While there, he was training to be a biogeographer, and he predicted fish migration patterns by designing a complex and enhanced statistical model. His background in biogeography helped him learn how to analyze massive data sets for particular patterns. These skills and tools he learned are now applied to his research in looking for opportunities for profit in natural resources. In 2017 he began working for Banyan Hill as a research analyst. Planas is considered a market outsider. He utilizes his background in science to build an objective view of his potential future investments. His specially tailored approach enables him to conquer the emotional bias that often beat the average regular investor. He joined Matt Badiali and became a research analyst for Real Wealth Strategist and Front Line Profits. ‘Planas’ unique tactics and approach created his reputation as one of the most trusted advisers in the market of natural resources. Weekly, he writes articles for Winning Investor Daily and Sovereign Investor Daily. He also has Marijuana Markets: A POTcast that discusses investment advice and the cannabis industry news.
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Arch Crawford cut his technical analysis teeth as first assistant to top Wall Street technician Robert Farrell at Merrill Lynch in the early 1960s. In 1977, following Arch’s extensive research into astrophysical phenomenon, astrology and its correlation to market performance, he edited and published the premiere issue of Crawford Perspectives market timing newsletter.
Today, nearly 30 years later, Crawford Perspectives continues to bring readers one of the most highly regarded and consistently accurate market timing newsletters available.
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Ari Charney is the chief investment strategist for Utility Forecaster and Income Millionaire.
Prior to joining Investing Daily, Ari took an unlikely path toward dispensing investment advice. Shortly after graduating with a bachelor’s degree in political science from New York University, Ari sampled some of Wall Street’s best-known brokerages and investment banks for several months as an associate.
Thereafter, Ari spent a substantial portion of his career at financial industry rating services. First, he pored over spreadsheets at the preeminent bond rating agency Moody’s Investors Service. Later, he analyzed investment newsletters for nearly eight years at The Hulbert Financial Digest (HFD).
While working for the HFD, Ari discovered his passion for helping self-directed investors select the right investment newsletter. Since joining Investing Daily, he’s extended that passion further by guiding investors toward the right securities for their portfolios.
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Brian Hicks is also known as the “Bull on America.” A Baltimore native, Hicks graduated from the University of Baltimore in 1992 with honors with a degree in Political Science and in the field of Political Theory and Modern Studies has worked on the graduate level. Hicks has been an active trader for over 20 years, and for the past fourteen years has been sharing his knowledge and teaching others how to profit. He was a former member of the Market Technicians Association which led to his specialization in biotechnology, energy, microcaps, high tech, and trading, each of which he has investment letters in. Hicks created the Volume Spike Indicator (VSI). He can be found featured as a guest commentator on networks such as radio stations, Fox News, Bloomberg TV, CNBC, and CNNfn or as a speaker at investment conferences nationally and internationally. He and his work are referenced in multiple financial publications such as The Wall Street Journal. Hicks also published and co-authored the book Profit from the Peak: The End of Oil and the Greatest Investment Opportunity of the Century in 2008. His trading theories are based around staying ahead of the trend and predicting what is to come. Hicks is currently the managing editor at The Wealth Advisory and writes weekly for Wealth Daily.
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Briton L. Ryle has helped individual investors protect and grow their wealth since 1998.
A 20-year veteran of the newsletter business, Briton Ryle is the editor of The Wealth Advisory income stock newsletter, with a focus on top-quality dividend growth stocks and REITs. Briton also manages the Real Income Trader advisory service and contributes a weekly column to the Wealth Daily e-letter.
Today, his Wealth Advisory portfolio is averaging 42% gains. And his Real Income Traders are averaging 30% — per trade.
Briton makes use of fundamental analysis, technical analysis, and good old-fashioned horse sense to help individual investors grow their wealth. He’s a firm believer that hard work and thorough research leads to investment success.
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For almost a decade, Bryan Perry has brought his expertise on high-yielding investments to his Cash Machine subscribers. Before launching the Cash Machine advisory service, Bryan spent more than 20 years working as a financial adviser for major Wall Street firms, including Bear Stearns, Paine Webber and Lehman Brothers. And in 1999, Bryan started his own investment management company, Alexander Perry Corporation.
Bryan co-hosted weekly financial news shows on the Bloomberg affiliate radio network from 1997 to 1999, and he’s frequently quoted by Forbes,Business Week and CBS’ MarketWatch. He often participates as a guest speaker on numerous investment forums and regional money shows around the nation.
With three decades of experience inside Wall Street, Bryan has proved himself to be an asset to subscribers who are looking to receive a juicy check in the mail each month, quarter or year.
Bryan’s experience has given him a unique approach to high-yield investing: He combines his insights into dividend-paying investments with in-depth fundamental research.
With his reputation for taking complex investment strategies and breaking them down to easy-to-understand advice for investors, Bryan also provides Premium Income.
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Charles Mizrahi began his career at age 20 as a trader on the floor of the New York Futures Exchange. His name became common, and his reputation grew. He then became a successful money manager. Mizrahi was ranked the No.1 performing market time in the entire United States, not just on Wall Street. He received his ranking from the actual performance of client accounts. His ability to recognize a profit opportunity from far away led him also to be ranked the No. 1 commodity trading adviser by Barron’s. With over 35 years of experience, Mizrahi is prepared for anything the market might do. During the go-go 80s, he began as a pro trader, and he continued to make money through the crash of 1987, dot-com bubble and bust, financial recession of 2008 and more. Some of the most successful on Wall Street go to him for advice. He has managed money for everyone, whether investment banks, close family, or business owners. At New York University’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies, he taught investing. Mizrahi is the editor of Insider Alert, Park Avenue Investment Club, Hidden Values Alert, and Inevitable Wealth Portfolio. He is a contributor to Winning Investor Daily and authored the book Getting Started in Value Investing. While Mizrahi’s work can be seen in MarketWatch, Barron’s, The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times, he can be seen as a guest on CNBC.
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Christian DeHaemer has been working in stocks since 1996. He aims to guide investors towards the safe and fast investments that will help grow their money and retirement savings. He gets his hands dirty and travels all over the world to investigate stocks and new leads. Before the travel embargo was lifted, he went to Cuba to investigate investment potentials. He has been in underwater mines, open pits and has visited Kenya, Mongolia, India, Egypt, Bulgaria, and the Middle East. In 2009 he predicted the oil price surge. DeHaemer spent 14 years with publications such as GRESSOR, The Hammer, Red Zone Profits, Taipan, and Crisis Trader as a senior analyst. He is now the Investment Director and Editor of the Crisis and Opportunity Portfolio. Furthermore, he writes for Energy and Capital, and Wealth Daily and Managing Editor of Options Trading Pit. In 2013 DeHaemer co-authored the book Energy Investing for Dummies.
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Dan Wiener received a Bachelors of Science degree from Tufts University. He is the editor of the monthly newsletter, The Independent Adviser for Vanguard Investors, that delivers information about the recent developments at Vanguard. He also is the editor and author of the annual FFSA Independent Guide to the Vanguard Funds. Through these publications, he assists tens of thousands of investors to choose the right mutual fund. Wiener has decades of experience in crafting portfolios. In 1994 he co-founded Adviser Investments where he is now chairman and CEO. His work has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and Barron’s. He can be seen on CNBC, Bloomberg Television and PBS. He has also written and given his insight about personal finance in Fortune Magazine and U.S. News & World Report. He has won the Newsletter Publishers Foundation’s editorial excellence award five times. He spent several years on the board of the Bedford-Stuyvesant YMCA. Now Wiener serves on the investment committee of an arts and music non-profit, BRIC.
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David Gardner graduated in 1988 from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and he was a Morehead-Cain Scholar as well as a recipient of the “Distinguished Young Alumni Award.” Before college, he also went to Saint Albans School in Washington, D.C, and then St. Mark’s School in Massachusetts. For 15 years he worked for the Individual Investor Advisory Committee of the New York Stock Exchange and for another ten years he worked for the Folger Shakespeare Library. He also wrote for Louis Rukeyser’s Wall Street newsletter. Eventually, he co-founded The Motley Fool in July of 1993 in Virginia with his brother and Erik Rydholm. He is now Co-Chairman and Chief Rule Breaker at the multimedia financial service company. Gardner created The Motley Fool to empower investors and tell the truth about Wall Street. The Motley Fool provides services in personal finances, investing and stocks. He and his brother have co-authored multiple books.
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Dennis Slothower is a veteran financial analyst, widely read author, popular speaker, and the editor of Stealth Stocks. Dennis is consistently ranked as one of the top investment advisors by many different tracking services and has earned a reputation as one of the America’s most consistently successful financial strategists.
His advisory – Stealth Stocks Daily Alert – was named “Letter of the Year” by Marketwatch.com for 2011.
Dennis Slothower is the man whose advice you want to heed when it comes to the direction of the market.
He not only helped his readers avoid the Market Crash of 2008…he helped them make money. And he’s been spot-on with his market calls in the three years that have followed, as his number-one ranking confirms.
After earning a degree from Brigham Young University, Dennis spent many years as a commodities trader for one of Wall Street’s largest investment firms. Using highly specialized computer technology, he found he was able to apply some of the same tools and strategies to trading stocks.
Dennis is now a renowned authority on the use of cyclical and technical indicators. He has lectured at financial conferences and seminars across the country since 1987. In addition, he has counseled thousands of investors and his views are quoted by major financial publications throughout the country.
Dennis lives in Alpine, a small picturesque community on the bottom slopes of the Wasatch Mountains, thirty minutes south of Salt Lake City, Utah.
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Ernie Tremblay has obtained over 25 years of experience in analyzing developments in medical and health technologies. Before turning to biotech investing, Tremblay wrote over 100 publications about topics such as arthritis, diabetes, rheumatology, dermatology, and Alzheimer’s. Furthermore, he has edited books about medical therapies, science, and microbiology. The knowledge of how the FDA operates and the science behind new drugs lead him to begin investing in the biotech industry. In 2012, he published a Three-Phase System to identify upcoming drugs and aid investors in finding profit off the stock. One of the first successes of this system came from Aegerion Pharmaceuticals Inc. (AEGR) on a drug to treat a fatal and rare type of blood disease. The stock had a 346% total return in eight months. Tremblay is now a contributor at Money Morning as a specialist in biotech investing and writes Biotech Insider Alert. Since 2012, he has been a guest editor at Money Map Press.
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Genia Turanova received her education from Baruch College’s Zicklin School of Business with an MBA in Finance and Investments. She is a CFA Charterholder. Turanova is the Chief Investment Strategist for Fast-Track Millionaire and Game-Changing Stocks. She is not only a financial writer, but she is also a money manager. Her experience is vast and includes working for a money management firm based in New York, where she was an Investment Committee member and portfolio manager for well over a decade. Turanova also worked for several investment advisory companies where she researched, wrote, and managed investment recommendations. She worked for the award-winning newsletter, the Leeb Income Performance. She was the editor of the newsletter from 2011 to 2016. Adding on to her long list of credentials, she wrote for another award winning newsletter, The Complete Investor, from 2003 to 2016. While there she was in charge of several portfolios, including the well known “FastTrack” portfolio and the “Income/Value” portfolio. Turanova has written about investment strategies, income and growth, equities, mutual funds, and risk management.
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From the University of Chicago, James B. Cloonan earned his MBA. At Northwestern University he furthered his education and received a B.A., and Ph.D. Cloonan helped found Heinold Securities, a brokerage firm specializing in options in 1974 where he also served as CEO. In 1978, after selling his interest in Heinold Securities, he started the preliminary work that led to the founding of the American Association of Individual Investors (AAII) where he is currently chairman.
For the AAII Journal, Cloonan writes the Model Portfolios column. Furthermore, he has authored articles and books on investing and manages and created the Model Shadow Stock Portfolio, which over the past 23 years, has realized an annualized return of over 15%.
Cloonan has served on several industry and regulatory panels, including the New York Stock Exchange Individual Investors Advisory Committee, the Consumer Advisory Council of the National Futures Association, the NASD Special Committee on the Quality of Markets, the Advisory Panel on Securities Markets and Information Technology of the Congressional Office of Technology Assessment, the New York Stock Exchange Panel on Market Volatility and Investor Confidence, the Chicago Mercantile Exchange Financial Instruments Advisors Committee, and The Consumer Affairs Advisory Committee of the Securities and Exchange Commission.
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Jeff Sigel is a financial writer who briefly had a music career and was seen on TV, in movies and voiced video games. He attended the York College of Pennsylvania. Siegel calls himself a libertarian treehugger, an MMA fan, and an advocate for the legalization of cannabis. Since the mid-90s he has been active in the business of financial publishing. He is the managing editor and publisher of the independent investment research service, Green Chip Stocks. There he focuses on agriculture, alternative energy, legal cannabis, sustainability, and transportation. He worked for one of the biggest financial newsletter publishers, Agora Publishing, from 1994 to 2001. Sigel frequently speaks at conferences and events and discusses ethical investing and helps investors make investments that align with their values. He emphasizes the benefits of socially-responsible investing. On the side, he works as a consultant. He can be seen as a guest on Bloomberg Asia, Fox, and CNBC. Siegel authored a best-selling book called Investing in Renewable Energy: Making Money on Green Chip Stocks and co-authored Energy Investing for Dummies. He releases his weekly updates and recommendations on the green market. Siegel is now managing editor of Wealth Daily, Liberty Briefing, and Energy and Capital.
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Jim Cramer, born February 10, 1955, in Pennsylvania, began his career by helping Steve Brill launch the magazine American Lawyer and began stock trading in law school. He then graduated from Harvard College with a degree in law and passed the New York State Bar. At Harvard, he was editor- in- chief and president of The Harvard Crimson. He reported for the Tallahassee Democrat and Los Angeles Herald Examiner on topics ranging from sports to the Ted Bundy murders. At one point he even worked for Governor Jerry Brown. In 1984 Cramer worked for Goldman Sachs Private Wealth Management in trading and sales while also writing about stock market issues for The New Republic. Cramer is the co-anchor on CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street,” the host of “Mad Money with Jim Cramer” and the host of CNBC’s “Mad Money.” His stock market mentality is that there is always a bull market somewhere, and his goal is to help investors find it. He also was a founder of a multimedia provider of financial commentary, TheStreet.com, in 1996. He also was an editor at large for the magazine SmartMoney. He was a hedge fund manager, founder, owner and senior partner at Cramer Berkowitz until retirement in 2001. He published “Jim Cramer’s Get Rich Carefully,” a guide on investing in December of 2013. He also wrote “Confessions of a Street Addict,” “Mad Money: Watch TV, Get Rich,” “Jim Cramer’s RealMoney,” “Jim Cramer’s Getting Back to Even,” and “Stay Mad for Life: Get Rich, Stay Rich.” Cramer had a radio show until December 2006 called Jim Cramer’s Real Money. Apart from the television shows he hosts, he has been featured on Arrested Development, CBS’ 60 Minutes, Late Night and MSNBC’s Morning Joe, Meet the Press, Today, The Martha Stewart Show, Iron Man, Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, Live with Regis and Kelly, The Tonight Show, ESPN’s Classic, NBC’s Nightly News with Brian Williams, and more.
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Jim Lowell received a Bachelor of Arts from Vassar College. He also holds two Masters degrees, one from Harvard University and one from Trinity College. Lowell is the editor in chief of Fidelity Sector Investor and Fidelity Investor, and both are award-winning newsletters. He uses his newsletters to help individual investors get the best out of their Fidelity investments. When it comes to Fidelity 401(k) Plans and Fidelity funds, he is the leading expert. Lowell makes frequent appearances on Fox, NECN, Bloomberg, CNBC and more. He authored several investing books including What Every Fidelity Investor Needs to Know and Investing from Scratch. Lecturing and writing on personal finance and investing has gotten him to be a guest investment columnist for Forbes Magazine and a guest host on Fox Business News. His work can be found in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Barron’s, Money and Smart Money, Fortune, Businessweek, and Investment News. Lowell is President of FundWorks, Inc. and the Chief Investment Officer for Adviser Investments.
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Jon Markman is a Seattle based columnist, trader, author, and investment advisor. He graduated from Duke University and the Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia University. Markman edits four daily publications: Gemini SGX, Strategic Advantage, Traders Advantage, and Gemini 252. Also, he is a Forbes Tech Intelligence columnist and a Yahoo!Finance and MarketWatch contributor. With his 30 years of experience, he has co-invented two Microsoft patents and authored books such as: “Online Investing,” “New Day Trader’s Advantage,” “Reminiscences of a Stock Operator: Annotated Edition,” “Online Investing,” and “Swing Trading.” Starting in 2002 and ending in 2005 he worked as a senior investment strategist and portfolio manager at a hedge fund. Previously, from 1984 to 1997 he was at the Los Angeles Times as an investing reporter, investment columnist, and news editor. 1997 to 2002 he was CNBC’s managing editor on MSN Money. He was a pioneer in the creation of screening software and stock-ranking systems. Markman has been bestowed awards such as the Gerald Loeb Award for Distinguished Financial Journalism, Society of Business Editors & Writers “Best in Business” award, and others. Speaking at conferences nationwide and appearing on radio and TV, Markman regularly speaks on investment topics. He has written for Tech Trender Daily and The Daily Advantage. Markman believes that stocks are the best way to prepare for retirement and increase their salaries.
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Justin Brill went through undergrad and obtained a bachelor’s degree in psychology. He then attended The Johns Hopkins University from 2006 to 2008, and upon graduation, he received a Master of Health Science in Health Finance and Management. Beginning in June of 2007 he was an associate at KPMG Advisory. He ended his time there in August of 2009. Brill also worked at Johns Hopkins University’s Department of Emergency Medicine as a Research Coordinator from December of 2003 to May of 2007. Now he has 15 years of experience under his belt in investing and finance that he received from positions such as a financial consultant and research analyst. Before starting work at Stansberry Research, he was an avid trader and investor who was also a subscriber to Stansberry. He joined Stansberry’s team in 2009. He is the editor of the free daily letter, the Stansberry Digest, that brings readers information on the daily market, stock ideas, and recommendations.
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Keith Fitz-Gerald has 37 years of experience as a licensed CTA, and professional trader and analyst of the stock market. He obtained a BS from Skidmore College in management and finance and an MS from Chaminade University in international finance with a focus in Japanese Business Science. Beginning in 2007, he has been Money Map Press’ Chief Investment Strategist. Fitz-Gerald has left his mark on trading through leading the “50-40-10” portfolio model that is used by millions today and by being a top global expert in the Market Chaos Theory. He previously worked for Wilshire Associates; however, he now manages High Velocity Profits, Straight Line Profits, writes the Total Wealth Letter and is chief investment strategist at Money Map report. He can be seen as a recurring guest on CNBC Asia, BNN, Fox Business, and Bloomberg and his work can be read in MarketWatch, Modern Trader, WIRED, Money Morning, Forbes.com and The Wall Street Journal. Fitz-Gerald created VQScore, was a founder of the Kenos Circle and taught regular investors the “Free-Trade” investment tactic used by professionals. He wrote the widely-read book Fiscal Hangover: How To Profit From The New Global Economy.
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Keith Kohl reports on oil and energy in Energy and Capital to over 300,000 followers. At Energy and Capital, he is the managing editor, and he writes Pure Energy Trader and Energy Investor. In his writing, he focuses on the U.S. oil patch and global energy markets. Kohl is one of the best analysts for information about opportunities in the oil market. He is an insider in the energy markets, and his analyzations have guided his thousands of followers and investors to profit off of the always-changing energy market. He has been known to predict almost every important shale play before everyone else since 2008. One of his most famous calls was the Bakken oil formation that is now famous and the companies that have received billions for the shareholders. Kohl was a primary investor that moved into shale plays that are today being defined as the North American energy boom. Kohl has traveled to the Marcellus Formation and Alberta’s tar sands region.
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Louis Navellier is a Wall Street growth investor. For more than three decades, he has provided investment advice to tens of thousands of investors, and he has earned a reputation as an unrivaled portfolio manager and a savvy stock picker. In his 35-year investing career, Navellier has created one of the most exceptional long-term track records of any financial newsletter editor in America. He offers a variety of simple yet powerful tools that can help all types of investors to beat the market. In 1980 he launched MPT Review, his independent investment newsletter for individual investors. MPT Review has been renamed to Breakthrough Stocks. Breakthrough Stocks, formerly Emerging Growth, is his longest-running publication that has defeated the S&P 500 by a 6-to-1 margin for over 17 years. In 1998 he created another advisory service called Growth Investor, and it has beaten the S&P 500 with a 3-to-1 margin in the past 17 years. His goal remains to uncover Wall Street inconsistencies to help investors beat the market without significant risks. He appears regularly on Bloomberg, The Nightly Business Report, Wall Street Week, Fox Business News and CNBC. His work can be found in The Wall Street Journal, Barron’s, MarketWatch, Fortune, Forbes, and Bloomberg. He hosts free seminars across the country and authored The Little Book That Makes You Rich. Navellier is the editor of Global Growth, Emerging Growth, Blue Chip Growth, and Quantum Growth. He founded Navellier & Associates, Inc. in Reno, Nevada where he is also Chief Compliance Officer, Chairman of the Board, and Chief Investment Officer. At Navellier & Associates, he and his team manage over $5 billion in private accounts, institutional accounts, and no-load mutual funds. In 1978 he went to the School of Business & Economics at Cal State Howard where he received a B.S. in Business Administration and an MBA in finance.
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Mark Robertson (email@example.com) is founder and Managing Partner of Manifest Investing, served as senior contributing editor for Better Investing and has worked with successful investment clubs and individual investors since 1993. He has appeared on National Public Radio, CNBC and ABC to discuss long-term investing. He has also worked with Smart Money, Barron’s, Money magazine and the Motley Fool and been covered by the Chicago Tribune, Wall Street Journal and MarketWatch as well as a number of local publications.
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Dr. Mark Skousen is part of the Eagle Financial Publications group of financial advisors. He is a nationally-known investment expert, professional economist, university professor, and author of more than 20 books, including his most recent book, Investing in One Lesson. Since 1980, he has been the editor in chief of the award-winning Forecasts & Strategies. He is also the editor of three weekly trading advisory services: Private Equity Trader, High-Income Alert, and Fast Money Alert. He is the producer of FreedomFest, an annual gathering of individualists. Dr. Skousen was a former economic analyst to the CIA. See below to learn more about Mark’s Investment Strategies.
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Martin Weiss received a cultural anthropology Ph.D. from Columbia University and a political science bachelor’s degree from New York University. He also received education in finance and economics by having his father mentor him. He has fluency certifications in Mandarin, French, Spanish, German, Cantonese, Japanese and Portuguese from Berlitz School. Before he returned home to the United States and ventured into the world of stocks, he studied in Japan for two years as a Fulbright Scholar focusing on financial institutions and management techniques. He founded Weiss Research Inc. in 1971. Weiss is now chairman of the global investment group which includes its four subsidiaries. In 1980 he began releasing ratings on HMO’s, insurance, saving institutions, and banks. He is now a top provider of investment information on an array of topics. In Palm Beach Gardens, Florida he co-founded the Weiss School in 1989, and he remains Board of Trustees Chairman. Weiss can be seen on TV overseas and in the US, testifying in front of Congress and presenting at educational forums. He has also worked for the government. He created the Weiss proprietary computer model that beats the competition. He is the editor of many services including the Safe Money Report. Weiss has written two books: Crash Profits: How to Make Money When Stocks Sink AND Soar and The Ultimate Safe Money Guide: How Everyone 50 and Over Can Protect, Save and Grow Their Money.
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Matt plays a pivotal role at Bell Investment Advisors. As Chief Investment Officer, he has his finger on the pulse of the financial markets at all times, which drives his ability to direct our investment strategy. He is also the Managing Director who oversees day-to-day operations and the Client Services Team. He leads the monthly meeting of the Investment Committee, is a member of the Leadership Team, and, with Jim and Bonnie, constitutes the Executive Team. He has been a shareholder since 2006.
Matt especially appreciates the environment and culture at Bell. “It is a small, tightly-knit company that encourages both the independence of its employees and teamwork. It is a place where you are left alone to do your best work and where you have the constant opportunity to interact and innovate with your colleagues. Leadership is shared, and everyone has a voice.”
What Matt loves most about his role as Chief Investment Officer is its ever-changing nature. Because the financial markets are always changing, he says, so is his job. No two days are the same. It is challenging and requires that he continually retool his thinking and stay informed about what is going on in the world.
Matt achieves genuine satisfaction by helping people with their investments, which he considers the key driver of whether or not they will meet their financial goals. “Investing is a difficult challenge for most people, through no fault of their own. Human beings are simply not wired to be good, rational decision-makers about their money. They need help. It is fulfilling to be able to provide that help from a background that not only includes financial education and experience, but an understanding of how human beings relate to their money from a behavioral finance perspective. When you can help clients understand why their behaviors toward investing and money are flawed and then correct those behaviors to help them become better investors or savers, that is a satisfying result.”
Matt was raised in the Bay Area, attended St. Ignatius High School in San Francisco, and earned his Bachelor of Science in Finance with a minor in economics from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. He earned the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation from the CFA Institute in 2004. In addition, he holds Series 65 and 66 securities licenses. He is a member of the CFA Society of San Francisco and is frequently quoted in national finance publications including MarketWatch Radio and CNN Money.
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Matthew Warder is an expert in mining, metals, and energy. With ten years of experience in the steel, iron ore and coal industries, he is sought-out for his intel in the natural resources industry. Warder speaks around the globe at natural resource conferences. He started at Wood Mackenzie leading teams that covered the Canadian, Latin American and U.S. coal industries. He emphasized his work in the Appalachian region. Warder then became a principal analyst for Iron Ore and Steel Costs and wrote over 150 annual reports regarding emerging trends, regional supply studies, and companies. He received degrees in music and chemistry from the College of William & Mary while playing baseball. Post-graduation Warder settled in Morgantown, West Virginia and became an educator and musician. He was a co-founder of the musical group, The Argument. The group toured and reached immense fame which led to them receiving a grant from Justin Timberlake’s Foundation. With the grant, he created “PopShop,” which is a fundraising program and master class that supports rural high school music education in the Appalachians.
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Michael A. Robinson has 35 years of experience working in the Silicon Valley for various companies. His education includes an honors degree in economics from the University of Missouri at Columbia. Today he is one of the top analysts in financial technology and is known globally. He has held many positions such as a board member, senior advisor, and consultant for multiple venture capital firms in Silicon Valley. He can be seen as a guest on Fox Business and CNBC talking about financial issues and stocks. Robinson has been a Pulitzer Prize nominee in writing and reporting. One of his accomplishments is his book Overdrawn: The Bailout of American Savings that warned of a financial collapse. His career includes working for The Wall Street Journal, Signal Magazine, The New York Times, Defense Media Network. His current work is as the editor of financial and technological newsletters for American Wealth Undergrounds, Nova-X Report, StretegicTechInvestor.com, and Radical Technology Profits.
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Mike Ward has dedicated his career to assisting and guiding investors towards a better understanding of global trends in investing to lead them towards profits and success in the market. He created Money Morning in 2007. Money Morning is now one of the internet’s most-visited sites for investment news. Furthermore, Money Morning is also one of the fastest-growing sites on the internet. Aside from Money Morning, he can also be found publishing The Nova-X Report, Energy Advantage, Private Briefing, and The Money Map Report. In all of these services, Wards goal is to help its followers find profit in spite of unforeseen obstacles that come with trying to build personal wealth in today’s world. He was the Oxford Clubs Editorial Director before the creation and launch of Money Map Press. Ward is now Money Map Press’ publisher. He has previous experience in the magazine and book publishing industry from working with Eagle Publishing, Rodale Press, and Macmillian Publishing.
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Pat McKeough is the safe-money advisor that conservative Canadian investors have come to trust for help in finding U.S. stocks with hidden value. He is editor and publisher of the Wall Street Stock Forecaster investment advisory.
As early as 1980 he was recognized as #1 in the world of published investment advice by the Washington, DC–based Newsletter Publishers Association and he was the first multiyear winner of The Globe and Mail’s Stock Picking Contest.
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Considered one of the worlds best experts on the credit crisis, Shah Gilani has one of the most impressive financial backgrounds that earned him the nickname the “Traders Trader.” He studied at the University of California Los Angeles in psychology and economics. In 1982 he began running his first hedge fund. He also worked as a market maker in “the pit” on March 11, 1983, when the OEX started trading. One of his achievements includes creating and developing the Volatility Index (VIX). The Index indicator is still frequently used globally. He worked for the Chicago Board of Options Exchange then Lloyd’s TSB and finally Roosevelt & Cross Inc. At Roosevelt & Cross Inc. he worked at the trading desk. Gilani began another hedge fund in 1999 that ran until 2003. He has connections with those in international finance and with some of the biggest names on Wall Street. He is the editor of Short-Side Fortunes, The Money Zone, Wall Street Insights & Indictments, Capital Wave Forecast, and The 10X Trader. Gilani can be found as a guest on Marketwatch, Forbes, Fox Business’s Varney & Co, and CNBC.
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Stephen Leeb attended the Wharton School of Business in Pennsylvania where he received a Bachelors of Science in Economics. He also attended the University of Illinois where he earned a Ph.D. in Psychology and a Masters in Mathematics. He earned both in three years and set an academic record that still stands today. While at the University of Illinois, he wrote for the Psychological Reports on topics such as psychology and statistics. Leeb has written several notable books that predicted things such as the bull market, surge in oil prices, and the tech stock crash and rise of real assets, including oil and gold. His best-sellers also discussed the state of the U.S. economy and what effects it negatively and positively. He is now the Chief Investment Strategist for Real-World Investing and The Complete Investor. Leeb has been a speaker at a Royal Bank of Canada commodities conference and a JPMorgan Chase energy conference. The financial media frequently asks his opinion, as he has been featured multiple times in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, USA Today, Investors Business Daily, and NPR. He has also been a guest on Neil Cavuto, CNN, Bloomberg, and Fox News. He is Chairman and Chief Investment Officer of Leeb Capital Management, and he is the founder of the Leeb Group.
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Tim Melvin is a self-taught man who has become one of the most intriguing people in finance. He has over 30 years of experience, and for the past five years, he has had zero realized losses. Selling vacuums door-to-door, he paved his path instead of going to college. Driven to create a great life for himself, he began investing and creating strategies that would skyrocket him to success. Surprisingly, Melvin attributes much of his success to baseball, his favorite hobby. Melvin used Moneyball’s Billy Beanie’s analytics called Sabermetrics. He used the baseball tactic in the stock market and found himself with a streak of 32 winning plays. Now for almost three decades, he has worked as an advisor, money manager, portfolio manager, and broker for the world’s wealthiest people. A single mother raised melvin in the Baltimore Projects, and after he achieved the American Dream, he wanted to help others do the same, so he joined the investment newsletter industry. His work has been on Daily Speculations, Benzinga and Real Money. He is the editor of Max wealth and Heatseekers and is Money Mornings Special Situations Strategist. Melvin has also published a Junior Chamber Course and multiple books in the investment series, Little Book of.
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Tom Gardner received an English and Creative Writing B.A. with honors from Brown University in 1990 and completed work at the University of Montana in geography and linguistics. At the University of Montana, he attempted to get two masters degrees but left. In 2000 he received an honorary Humane Letters Ph.D. from Strayer University. Eventually, he co-founded The Motley Fool in July of 1993 in Virginia with his brother and Erik Rydholm. He is now Co-Chairman and CEO at the multimedia financial service company. Gardner created The Motley Fool to empower investors and tell the truth about Wall Street. The Motley Fool provides services in personal finances, investing and stocks. He and his brother have co-authored the books: Rule Makers, The Motley Fool Investment Guide, Rule Breakers, The Motley Fool Investment Guide for Teens and You Have More Than You Think. He has been called to testify before Congress about Wall Street. Gardner writes The Motley Fool Stock Advisor and The Motley Fool Hidden Gems newsletter.
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Tom Gentile has almost 30 years of experience and has been nicknamed “America’s #1 Pattern Trader”. He created many analysis tools, his most famous being the MoneyCalender, and since 2009, has taught over 300,000 investors how to surpass other investors and become part of the 1% of highly successful investors. Gentiles investment career began in his parents’ home in 1986 where he quickly ascended in the ranks of the American Stock Exchange. With the help of others, he created Optionetics, an educational company, in 1993. Optionetics became one of the leading options education companies, and he eventually sold it to one of the worlds largest retail brokerage firms. He is the author of The Index Course, The Volatility Course, The Stock Market Course, and The Options Course. Gentile has appeared on Fox Business, CNBC, Reuters, Bloomberg, and Squawk Box. At Stocks and Commodities Magazine he is a contributing columnist, and he also works on Weekly Money Call and Fast Fortune Club.