THIS ISSUE’S FEATURED CONTRIBUTORS
Dr. David Eifrig worked in arbitrage
If you’re interested in reading more from Joel, he publishes a free daily letter called the Altimetry Daily Authority – where he talks about the hidden accounting of companies that Wall Street misses, as well as his health experiments like intermittent fasting. You can learn more by clicking here . Bill McGilton is the editor for Stansberry’s Big Trade – a speculative options trading service aimed at profiting from the worst corporate credit and companies with broken business models in America. Bill has been a lawyer for the past 19 years, with experience in corporate litigation research, including securities, contracts, anti-trust, options backdating, foreign- exchange fixing, and trademark and patent infringement.
and trading groups with major Wall Street investment banks, including Goldman Sachs, Chase Manhattan, and Yamaichi Securities in Japan. In 1995, Dr.
Eifrig retired fromWall Street, went to UNC-Chapel Hill medical school, and became an ophthalmologist. Today, he publishes a 100% free daily e-letter on both health and wealth that shows readers how to live a millionaire lifestyle for far, far less. Learn more here .
Kim Iskyan is editor of the Chaos Chronicles at American
Consequences . Kim is one of the most experienced and well- traveled financial writers in the world today. From covering Iran's
emerging stock market... to landing in Ukraine in the middle of a war... to booking a flight to Thailand as soon as martial law was declared – Kim has been there and helped investors figure out the risks and the opportunities in these "blown out" markets.
Buck Sexton is host of the nationally
syndicated talk radio program, The Buck Sexton Show , heard on more than 100 stations across the country. He’s also a former CIA and NYC police department
Professor Joel Litman is the chief
Dr. Steve Sjuggerud holds an MBA and a PhD in finance. He’s worked as a stockbroker, vice president of a global mutual fund, and a hedge-fund manager. His track record has landed him on various television networks including stints on Fox Business News, Bloomberg’s Taking Stock, and CNBC, among others.
investment strategist at Altimetry. He helps investors get it right when Wall Street gets it wrong by using a team of 90 accountants and analysts who
sift through more than 8,000 publicly traded companies around the world.
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