Dan Denning

Denning Report.

His high-level, macro-economic and stock market forecasts are read by more than 35,000 high-dollar investors and fund managers in over 70 countries.

In 1988 he founded and edited a private financial newsletter on small-capitalization stocks, leading over 35,000 subscribers to profits in dynamic new American companies during the height of the bull market.

Then in 2000, he became the editor of Strategic Investment, the flagship publication of internationally known Agora Publishing.

After spending time in Paris and London observing US, European and Asian markets, he relocated to Melbourne in late 2005 to become the Editor-in-Chief of the Markets and Money Australia and Publisher of Port Phillip Publishing.

For the past 15 years, Dan has been examining the geopolitical and economic events that can affect your investments domestically. He raises the questions you need to answer, in order to survive financially in these turbulent times.

Dan has an undergraduate degree in literature from the prestigious American University in Washington, D.C. and earned a master’s degree in the Liberal Arts from St. John’s College.

He is also the author of 2005′s best-selling The Bull Hunter (John Wiley & Sons).

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Official websites and financial eletters Dan writes for:

Markets and Money Australia
The Denning Report
Money Morning Australia

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