Editors

Tom Meyer

Tom Meyer began as a financial adviser with Wall Street investment bank, Dean Witter Reynolds, in 1993. After Dean Witter merged with Morgan Stanley, he became a manager in the Morgan Stanley system.

Around the turn of the millennium, he met a software engineer who had developed one of the first algorithmic-based trading programs. The markets were getting crushed thanks to the dotcom crash, but these new systems were making money.

That prompted Tom to leave Wall Street. He began collaborating with his software contacts and others who believed that sophisticated algorithms were the future of trading stocks.

One of these collaborations led to the development of a program available only on Bloomberg’s network for investment banks and institutional traders (Tom still supplies research to Bloomberg each week). And another brought Tom into our world.

This is a genuine coup. Not only have we worked with Tom to develop his algorithm and make it available in Australia for the first time…but we’re making it available to private retail Aussie investors like you for the first time.

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Callum Newman

Callum Newman originally studied Communications (Journalism) before deciding financial markets were far more fascinating than anything Marshall McLuhan ever came up with.

Ever since he’s been studying to discover why currencies, commodities and stocks move like they do.

Between 2014 and 2016 he launched Cycles, Trends and Forecasts and Time Trader with the preeminent economist and author Phillip J. Anderson.

In 2015 he created The Newman Show Podcast, tapping his network of contacts, including investing legend Jim Rogers, plus best selling authors Jim Rickards, George Friedman and Richard Maybury.

He also launched the hugely popular daily Money Morning Trader service, profiling the hottest stocks on the ASX each trading day.

Today, he proudly takes the mantle at Fat Tail Media as Profit Watch’s chief editor. He helms our flagship stock investing letter, Grand Cycle Investor.

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James G. Rickards

James G. Rickards is the global strategist of Jim Rickards’ Strategic Intelligence, the flagship advisory newsletter from Fat Tail Media.

He is a lawyer, economist, and investment banker with 35 years of experience working in capital markets on Wall Street. He was the principal negotiator of the rescue of Long-Term Capital Management by the US Federal Reserve in 1998.

His clients include institutional investors and government directorates. His work is regularly featured in the Financial Times, Australian Financial Review, Evening Standard, New York Times, The Telegraph, and Washington Post, and he is frequently a guest on BBC, RTE Irish National Radio, CNN, NPR, CSPAN, CNBC, Bloomberg, Fox, and The Wall Street Journal.

He has contributed as an advisor on capital markets to the US intelligence community, and at the Office of the Secretary of Defence in the Pentagon. Rickards is the author of The New Case for Gold (April 2016), and three New York Times best sellers, The Death of Money (2014), Currency Wars (2011), and The Road to Ruin (2016) from Penguin Random House.

Jim Rickards’ Strategic Intelligence

Shae Russell

Shae Russell’s first foray into the wide world of financial markets began more than a decade ago. As a consultant at a derivatives brokering firm, she helped clients navigate the complex world of derivatives and technical analysis.

Over the past nine years, Shae’s worked as an analyst on some of Australia’s most popular and widely-read financial investment newsletters. Now she joins the team at Fat Tail Media as co-editor of The Daily Reckoning Australia.

Shae, an avid gold investor, also works alongside Jim Rickards as his Australian analyst for Strategic Intelligence, an advisory dedicated to showing Aussie investors how to read and take advantage of global macro trends. And more recently, she just launched a brand new VIP advisory, which for the first time ever unleashes her N.I.T.R.I.C. System ‘acid test’ to help readers buy and sell the most speculative mining stocks on the ASX and around the world.

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Nickolai Hubble

Nickolai Hubble

Nick has worked in financial publishing since 2010 as the editor of the Daily Reckoning Australia, the UK-based Capital and Conflict, and the retirement themed Money for Life Letter.

Having seen the true nature of the investment banking business in 2008 from inside Wall Street’s most notorious bank, Nick decided to find somewhere he could give honest, hard-hitting and profitable investment advice in an ethical way.

He found us at Fat Tail Media, a firm with no line to tow and no conflicts of interest allowed. He’s delighted to work as Investment Director and Editor for Jim Rickards’ Strategic Intelligence. Here he helps turn Jim’s big picture views into specific actionable advice and ideas for Australian investors.

Nick holds degrees in Finance, Economics and Law from the prestigious Bond University. He’s a licensed financial advisor in Australia and a flying trapeze artist.

Jim Rickards’ Strategic Intelligence