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Wealth Daily Editors & Contributors

Brian Hicks

He's known as the original "Bull on America." For the past 20 years, Brian has shown investors how to profit from America's innovative and information-based economy. In addition to being the managing editor of The Wealth Advisory, Brian writes a weekly column for Wealth Daily concerning high-profit opportunities in the currently tumultuous geopolitical environment.


Christian DeHaemer

For the last 15 years, Chris has beaten every major market index. In 2012 alone, he beat the Dow Industrials by 142%. Using a unique blend of value investing with a specific catalyst he calls "The Hammer, Trigger and Spark System," Chris keeps your money in play and ensures rapid profits in Crisis and Opportunity. He is also the managing editor of Options Trading Pit and a regular contributor to Wealth Daily and Energy and Capital.


Jeff Siegel

Jeff Siegel's been active in the financial publishing business since the mid-90s. A true capitalist, he made his fortune in the energy game. He's a regular on the conference circuit, and every now and then you might find him appearing on Fox, CNBC, or Bloomberg. He's also a stickler for holding lawmakers accountable for their misdeeds and is extremely protective of the rights guaranteed in the U.S. Constitution.


Briton Ryle

"If you're not getting paid by your investments, you're doing it wrong. After all, the lion's share of stock market profits come from dividends." – Briton L. Ryle Briton makes use of fundamental analysis, technical analysis, and good old-fashioned horse sense to help individual investors grow their wealth. He's a firm believer that hard work and thorough research leads to investment success. Briton is a contributor for the Wealth Daily e-Letter and serves as a managing editor for The Wealth Advisory income advisory.


Alex Koyfman

Alex has been an active trader for his entire adult life, beginning in the early 2000s when he successfully bet against the market on shares of WorldCom's crumbling stock. He has been an avid public and private equity investor for the past decade, and has been working in financial publishing since 2009.


Geoffrey Pike

Although timing the market accurately is extremely difficult, a good foundation in Austrian economics (free market economics) can help you build a better portfolio and have better success at speculating.


Joseph Cafariello

Always analysing and crunching numbers, Joseph enjoys focusing on the trade, using a variety of tools to improve a position's profit potential.


Paul Benson

A native of Killington, Vermont, Paul Benson has been consistently ranked as a top producing real estate agent both locally and internationally since he arrived in Park City, Utah in 2005.