Along with our regular line-up of feature editors, Markets and Money has a global network of contributors who bring you the latest in investment trends, ideas and alternative ways of thinking. We doubt you’ll find a longer, better or more diversified list of experience and know-how in the finance industry. From fund managers and traders, to investment editors and industry insiders, each brings you the best professional and critical perspective on markets, business and politics. Below, you’ll find a list of some of our most popular contributing editors.
Matt is an income specialist who hunts down investments to bank you money regardless of whether the market’s booming or crashing. A 30-year market veteran, in Options Trader he focuses on his options investment strategy which aims to generate income from collecting dividends from the biggest blue-chip companies on the ASX. Matt has also released ‘Fast Cash Alerts’, which serves as an instruction on how best to input your options strategy.
Jason is a professional quantitative analyst. Before he graduated in 1991 he joined Bankers Trust — a Wall Street investment bank — to be a trader. After Bankers Trust was taken over in 1999, Jason, already financially independent, co-founded a stock market advisory and funds management business called Fat Prophets. At 37, he sold his part of that business and retired. These days, he’s a private trader and system developer. In 2014, he launched the wildly successful trading service: Quant Trader.
Bernd Struben is the Managing Editor of Markets & Money. He holds a degree in Economics and is a published novelist. Bernd’s career spans multiple countries on four continents. With his diverse background, he brings unique business insight and a libertarian twist to his columns and analysis in Markets & Money.
Terence Duffy is an analyst and chartist, specialising in researching economic trends and cycles. His primary focus is housing and land affordability. But you can also depend on him to offer his unique analysis of stock market charts. As Terence will show you, the charts often forecast, well in advance, the good or bad news to come — which he details in Cycles, Trends and Forecasts.