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TheBull PREMIUM is launching early-February 2011 – when most have returned from the summer holidays.
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TheBull PREMIUM – What’s Inside?
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– Over 40 share tips, including best blue chips, small caps, million dollar penny stocks, sector stock picks, miners, stocks to short…
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– Directors Buying & Selling Activity
– What’s Hot and What’s Not: Markets, sectors and strategies to follow
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– Access to the members-only PREMIUM section of the site, where you will find Sharemarket Data including Top Yielding Aussie Stocks, Top Performing Stocks, Recent and Upcoming floats, Central Banks Rates, Economic Calendar, and Stock Picks.
Tony Featherstone – Former Managing Editor of Shares & Personal Investor magazines, Tony is an expert in small stocks and investment, having worked in finance, academia and journalism for more than 20 years
James Dunn – James Dunn was the founding editor of Shares magazine, investment editor at The Australian and has written for BRW, Personal Investor and The Age. He is the author of Share Investing for Dummies.
Anthony Black – Anthony Black is a long-standing journalist, having worked in newspapers for more than 20 years. He was the Sunday Herald-Sun’s finance editor for eight years and his reports were published in News Limited papers across Australia.
Toni Case – Toni started her career in equities research at stockbroker Salomon Smith Barney, before moving into finance journalism at BRW Business Media. Toni has contributed to The Australian Financial Review, AFR Smart Investor, The Age, The Australian, The Courier Mail and The Sunday Mail. Toni is also a qualified financial advisor.
Stephen Calder – started as a financial journalist on The Australian in the early 1970s, then joined the Sydney Futures Exchange in 1980, where he worked for a decade. He has been a specialist writer on derivatives since 1996, having written for Personal Investment, Investorweb, Shares magazine, Smart Investor and the Australian Financial Review.
Mark Story – one of Australasia’s most prodigious financial and business journalists. With 15 years experience in print and online publishing, Mark has worked on over 50 publications throughout Australasia and the US, including group managing editor of Resource Stocks, Australia’s Mining Monthly, Mining News net & Petroleum magazine, editor of MIS Magazine and editor of Investor Monthly Magazine.
Robert Kohut – Bob Kohut has over 30 years experience writing a wide variety of educational materials in the fields of management and finance. As an active trader who has both made and lost more than he would care to admit in the financial markets, he brings a unique perspective to share market trading and investing issues.
Sandrina Mayela – Sandrina Mayela is registered as a Commodities Trading Advisor (CTA) with National Futures Association (NFA), the self-regulatory organization for commodities and futures markets in the United States. As a CTA she directs managed futures accounts for clients. She was also a contributor for the well-known U.S. publication Futures Magazine.
Jan McCallum – a broadly experienced journalist with publications such as BRW, the Far Eastern Economic Review, The Australian Financial Review, The Australian and The Herald Sun. Jan’s previous role was based in Beijing, editing financial news for Xinhua Finance News. She has worked as a journalist in Hong Kong, has written a book for Rio Tinto, and is an ex finance editor of the Sunday Herald Sun
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Managing Editor, TheBull.com.au