Izaac Ronay is an Editor at Money Morning.
He has traded equity index and interest rate futures since 2012 across various exchanges and products. His trading focuses on the relationship between markets and how to maximise return while controlling risk.
Izaac studied Management and International Business and has worked in supply chain and marketing roles within small and large Australian businesses.
He has been actively investing in the stock market since 2007 and believes the best investments are those that align with the most significant evolving themes.

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Greg Canavan is the Editorial Director of Fat Tail Investment Research and Editor of our flagship newsletter, Greg Canavan’s Investment Advisory.
Over the last 20 years, Greg has developed a unique investment philosophy that embraces a simple yet profound idea: that you don’t have to take big risks to make big returns.

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Ryan Dinse is an experienced small-cap trader and expert in cryptocurrencies. He has one of the most impressive track records in our business, for both stocks and cryptos. He first bought bitcoin in 2013. His mission is to help ordinary people lock onto extraordinary trends before they go mainstream.

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Murray Dawes is a former Sydney Futures Exchange floor trader. He went on to design custom trading systems and strategies for ultra-wealthy clients (including one of Australia’s richest families). Today his mission is to help ordinary Aussie investors to make profitable investments, while expertly managing risk.

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Vern Gowdie was ranked as one of Australia’s top 50 financial planners in 1999. His firm, Gowdie Financial Planning, was recognised by Independent Financial Adviser magazine as one of the top five financial planning firms in Australia during 2004–07. His advisory services offer something truly different for like-minded people.

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Jim Rickards is The New York Times bestselling author of The New Great Depression, The Road to Ruin, Currency Wars, The Death of Money, and The New Case for Gold. He’s spent over 35 years at the heart of investment banking, international economics, and the political and national intelligence comminutes.

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Callum Newman originally studied Journalism before deciding financial markets were far more fascinating. Ever since, he’s been studying to discover why stock, commodity, and real estate markets move like they do. He’s responsible for launching some our most followed and contrarian investment advisories — and has a great trading record too.

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Nick Hubble discovered the true nature of investment banking in 2008 after a stint inside Goldman Sachs. He soon decided to find somewhere he could give unshackled advice. He found us in 2010. Nick holds Finance, Economics, and Law degrees from Bond University. He’s also a flying trapeze artist.

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Ryan Clarkson-Ledward has a passion for market dynamics. He spends his days tracking and analysing some of the smallest, newest, and brightest companies on the ASX. If you’re bored of blue chips, worried about a sideways market, and looking to add excitement and risk to your portfolio, Ryan’s your man.

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Selva Freigedo’s passion for economic analysis began with her upbringing in Argentina. She’s seen hyperinflation, devaluation, and debt default firsthand. These include the US dotcom bubble burst in 2000 and the collapse of the Spanish property market in 2008. These experiences have sharpened her ability to detect powerful megatrends early.

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Brian Chu is one of Australia’s foremost independent authorities on gold and gold stocks, with a unique strategy for valuing big producers and highly speculative explorers. He established a fund that only invests in ASX-listed gold mining companies, possibly the only such fund in Australia, putting his strategy and research skills to the test under public scrutiny.

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James Allen has more than a decade’s experience as an expert energy analyst.
He reported on the main trends affecting global wholesale energy markets as head of Montel’s real-time newswire bureau in Manhattan for five years, covering areas such as LNG, pipelines, coal, carbon, power, oil, generation spreads, utility hedging, and regulation.

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Catherine Cashmore is President of Prosper, Australia’s oldest economics organisation that conducts vast research into land economics, market cycles, and how tax policy affects markets. She’s the original expert on the 18.6-year property cycle and a regular media commentator, often called upon to explain the real estate market and the economy.

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Peter Bakker’s life-long career as a ‘financial engineer’ stemmed from when he tried to build an algorithm based on his F16 pilot dad’s investing brain. Since then he’s developed hundreds of algorithms to manage his family’s money. He’s a serial entrepreneur, with high-tech experience working at Google, Mydeco, and Sensis.

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Bill Bonner has started businesses all over the world. He employs thousands of people and has made investments on five continents. He owns hundreds of thousands of acres of land, travels 100,000 air miles every year, and has launched over 1,000 advisories with his partners. He’s a bestselling author too.

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Sam Volkering’s investing talents lie in uncovering, researching, and investigating the world’s most revolutionary technology companies and trends before they hit it big. He predicted the rise of 3D printing, the arrival of augmented reality, and most notably, the incredible shift to self-driving cars and artificial intelligence.

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Dan Denning believes in free markets, sound money, personal liberty, and small government. He founded Southbank Investment Research, the UK’s leading independent financial publisher, as well as Fat Tail Investment Research here in Australia (then called Port Phillip Publishing). He’s also author of the 2005 book, The Bull Hunter.

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Kiryll Prakapenka is an investing autodidact who is passionate about conducting in-depth research on investments. Kiryll brings sound analytical skills to his work, courtesy of his Philosophy degree from The University of Melbourne. A student of legendary investors and their strategies, Kiryll likes to synthesise macroeconomic narratives with a keen understanding of the fundamentals behind companies.

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