In 2001, Chris Lowe began his career in London, England as an analyst for the international financial markets news agency Reuters. He later became an investigative reporter in his native Ireland. He worked for The Phoenix magazine, covering the real estate boom and bust there in the mid-2000s.
Kris Sayce discovered financial newsletters in 2005 and wrote several, including Daily Reckoning, Revolutionary Tech Investor, and New Frontier Investor. He’s been editor-in-chief at Legacy Research group since 2019, but wanted to return to his roots and write to everyday investors about how to grow their wealth. He now heads up our daily e-letter, The Daily Cut.
Teeka Tiwari is the editor of Palm Beach Research Group’s flagship service The Palm Beach Letter, small-cap and cryptocurrency newsletter Palm Beach Confidential, Palm Beach Crypto Income, options advisory Alpha Edge, Palm Beach Pioneer, Palm Beach Crypto Trader, and Palm Beach Infinity.
Michael Gross joined Palm Beach Research Group in 2019. Prior to joining he earned a degree in Economics from Florida State University and began his career as an internal wholesaler covering structured products.
Originally from New York, Greg Wilson graduated from the University at Buffalo with a degree in accounting and received his MBA from Pace University, where he specialized in strategic management and finance.
In 2016, Colin Tedards started publishing investment videos, reaching over 10 million viewers worldwide. His notable calls include Enphase Energy, Intel, Meta, Plug Power, Palantir, and Lucid.
Andrew Hodges is an analyst with Brownstone Research. During his undergraduate education, he studied economics at Clemson University and Georgetown University. He then moved out west to complete graduate studies in economics and water markets while working with the National Oceanic Atmospheric Association.
Nomi Prins is a best-selling author, financial journalist, and former global investment banker. Nomi reached the upper echelons of Wall Street before setting out to demystify the world of money. As a lifelong learner, she encourages others to ask big questions and think for themselves.
Chris Weber may be the most successful investor you’ve ever heard of. Independently wealthy by 18 years old and retired at 40, he’s lived all over the world while writing a twice-monthly newsletter for over 20 years. Today, that newsletter is The Weber Report.