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We always welcome inquiries from experienced industry professionals. If you are interested in becoming a contributor please send us an e-mail, and make sure to include your FINRA registration number.

Current Contributors

Jason Bond
I made my mark (and my fortune) on Wall Street by spotting opportunities, pouncing and locking in those profits fast. Now, for the first time ever, I’ve decided to share these proven strategies and techniques. I’m an active swing trader, meaning I normally holds stocks for just a few days or weeks at a time. I love this strategy since I don’t need to be glued to my monitor all day watching every tick of a stock.

What separates me from most of the newsletters you probably have seen is I don’t hide behind “paper trading”. I am right there with you and actually put real money into my trades as I alert my subscribers in real-time by Skype, text message and email — whatever way to want it. All of my trades are 100% verified by a independent trading service, and I’m consistently one of the top performers – in any market.

Oliver Crowne
After graduating from business school and facing a dwindling worforce due to recession; the market seemed like a good proving ground to launch a career… Over 550% in total portfolio profit gains later; I decided to bridge the gap between beginning traders and all that I’ve learned until now. Those that learn how to trade can always have a job.

Dominique de Kevelioc de Bailleul
Dominique grew up in the United States, attended the US Air Force Academy and Babson College. He now lives in Malaysia, where he seeks to report the most important news of the day as it relates to the ongoing global financial crisis. Dominique’s influences include his father, Regis, Ludwig von Mises, Barry Goldwater, Teddy Roosevelt and Charles de Gaulle. He rarely misses interviews with James Grant, John Taylor (FX Concepts), Marc Faber and Nassim Taleb.

Larry Isen
I’m a serial small stock investor – I’ve been this way for 23 years, and I expect to make my last small stock trade minutes before they nail my coffin lid shut. For the sake of my heirs, I hope it’s a good trade.

In 1987, at the age of 34, I became a stock broker and started working for a classic penny stock firm. I was young and naive, but working in that environment taught me everything I needed to know about what individual investors should avoid. I also learned how to work 70 hours a week, and really dig in when I found something I thought could pay off. That’s when I started trading small stocks, and I’ve been addicted ever since.

Charles Finch
My passion for trading small stocks has led me to spend over 10 years of navigating the small-cap stock world. I credit my love to trade to my investment-minded parents. Time taught me the intricacies of trading and now I simply can’t get enough of the fun of uncovering profit opportunities.

Through my experience, I have developed and refined my skills in researching for great stocks and it is my pleasure to share useful methods among my fellow traders. I have seen for myself the success of the methods and techniques I have learned over time. I am determined to further my success and prove that others can do it too.