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Anthony Black

Anthony Black is a long-standing journalist, having worked in newspapers for more than 20 years. He was the Sunday Herald-Sun's finance editor for eight years and his reports were published in News Limited papers across Australia.

James Dunn

James Dunn was the founding editor of Shares magazine, investment editor at The Australian and has written for BRW, Personal Investor and The Age. He is the author of Share Investing for Dummies. In 1984, James won two BMWs on Sale of the Century. Selling the cars financed a share portfolio, which unfortunately did not survive the 1987 crash. This event inspired James to become a finance journalist.

Tony Featherstone

Tony Featherstone is the former Managing Editor of Shares Magazine and Personal Investor Magazine, and is the editor of ASX Investor News. As a finance journalist and editor for the past 20 years, Tony is considered one of Australia's leading experts on investing and small cap stocks.

Stephen Calder

Stephen Calder started as a financial journalist on The Australian in the early 1970s, then joined the Sydney Futures Exchange in 1980 and spent the next ten years as the exchange's Public Relations and Education Manager. He has been a specialist writer on derivatives since 1996, having written for Personal Investment, Investorweb, Shares magazine, Smart Investor and the Australian Financial Review.

Bob Kohut

Bob Kohut has been writing about finance for more than 30 years. As an active trader he brings a unique perspective to share market trading and investing issues.

Mark Story

Mark Story is one of Australasia's most prodigious financial and business journalists. With 15 years experience in print and online publishing, Mark has worked on over 50 publications throughout Australasia and the US, including group managing editor of Resource Stocks, Australia's Mining Monthly, Mining News net & Petroleum magazine, editor of MIS Magazine and editor of Investor Monthly Magazine.

Sandrina Riddell

Sandrina Riddell is registered as a Commodities Trading Advisor (CTA) with National Futures Association (NFA), the self-regulatory organization for commodities and futures markets in the United States. As a CTA she directs managed futures accounts for clients. She was also a contributor for the well-known U.S. publication Futures Magazine.

Jan McCallum

Jan McCallum is an established journalist with publications such as BRW, the Far Eastern Economic Review, The Australian Financial Review, The Australian and The Herald Sun. Jan's previous role was based in Beijing, editing financial news for Xinhua Finance News. She has worked as a journalist in Hong Kong, has written a book for Rio Tinto, and is an ex finance editor of the Sunday Herald Sun.

William Travis

William Travis CFA worked in the Capital Markets industry for over fifteen years, most recently as a NASDAQ Equity Trader and Market Maker in the OTC Market, assisting institutional investors, Hedge Funds, and high net worth individuals. William has worked on some of Wall Street`s leading Equity Trading Desks such as Goldman Sachs and Royal Bank of Canada. William has investment, trading and portfolio construction expertise in equities, warrants, interest rate futures, bonds, options, spot and forward foreign exchange products.

Larissa Tuohy

Larissa Tuohy is the former editor of Money Management magazine. Larissa specialises in writing about superannuation, DIY strategies and retirement planning.

Adam Hamilton & Scott Wright

Adam Hamilton and Scott Wright are principals of US company Zeal, and live for studying and trading the markets. Zeal employs innovative cutting-edge technical analysis as well as deep fundamental analysis to inform and educate people on how to grow and protect their capital through all market conditions.

Ron Hera

Ron Hera, who is the founder of Hera Research, LLC and the principal author of the Hera Research Newsletter, holds a master\'s degree from Stanford University and is a member of Mensa and of the Ludwig von Mises Institute. A native Californian, Ron is a self described \"escapee\" from Silicon Valley, California. Originally a serial entrepreneur and private investor in communications software and mobile technology, Ron turned his attention to investing in natural resources, such as precious metals, after the dot-com bubble and stock market crash of 2000.

Expert Panel

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David Fetterman

David has been writing professionally on technology, law and finance for more than 20 years. He has also edited textbooks on securities law and real property law

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Charles Bliss

Charles Bliss is the Editor-in-Chief of the Bull Asia.

Nigel Frith

Nigel is the General Manager of Financial Services at Catena Media. Nigel has a background in marketing for businesses and consumers as well working in a variety of online financial services roles, including being the former Global General Manager at FXcompared. Nigel has 16 years digital experience with 6+ years of board level experience within performance based digital businesses. Nigel is an expert at digital marketing, technology strategy, project management and product development, with a track record of developing and implementing business growth.

Jackson Lewis

Jackson has spent many years working for a number of investment banks in a risk management role. He has established key guidelines in statistical risk assessment, reporting and data analysis and has also written extensively on the subject of market trends and their potential impact. At present, Jackson is drafting his first book, that will focus on the history and development of quantitative analysis and complex modelling techniques, and which he hopes to publish within the next year.

During his time as a risk management associate, Jackson held positions in both Hong Kong and Tokyo. There he developed a love for both Chinese and Japanese food, language and culture and he has remained a fan of this region of the world since returning to Australia. Foreign investments and following global market activity are chief among his interests and he uses his understanding of the Asian market in particular to hunt down the best investment opportunities in his personal trading.

Meili Chen

Meili credits her Chinese-Filipino ancestry as the driving force behind both her success in business and her relentless, enterprising nature. The family business is focussed on international shipping so Meili learned from a young age about global financial concerns and regulations. Seeking to strike out on her own, she entered the field of property development and had some initial success before the stock market crash in 2008.

Following this, Meili had a change of direction and returned to the family business for a time, using her keen analytical mind and business acumen to help drive the company back into growth during this difficult period. With the future of the business secured, Meili spread her wings once more and is now a well-respected freelance business consultant working with a number of companies across the Asia-Pacific region. She often writes articles for The Bull while travelling between jobs or to pass the time in airport lounges.

Meili is a staunch practitioner of feng shui, which she admits is not the easiest thing to do when spending so much time in hotels and temporary offices. At the very least, you will always find her Chan Chu three-legged toad figurine wherever she goes.

Noah L. Wilson

Describing himself as a triple-threat entrepreneur, investor and financial planner, Noah has an infectious positive mental attitude and a hunger to consume, interpret and share financial news and updates. His bookshelves are crammed with texts from a diverse range of writers and financial institutions, and his favourite personal investment was a multi-screen setup for his home PC, which enabled an even greater ability to keep track of everything happening in the world of finance.

Key specialisms are share market trading and small cap stocks. He has access to an enviable network of industry informers and has managed to secure some extremely rare opportunities over the years. Whilst risk is an inherent part of investment and small cap investments can be particularly volatile, Noah finds the draw of potential returns and beating out larger institutional investors to be irresistible.

Noah is a keen fisherman and spends as much time as he can barramundi fishing in Rockhampton. He is currently planning his next adventure, where he and his partner will be heading to New Zealand during the annual rainbow trout migration, something Noah has not done since he was a child.

Jay Banerjee

Born in New Hampshire to emigres from Bangalore, India (his mother a physician, his father an IT engineer), Jay describes himself as a digital nomad whose interests include forex trading, CFD and stock trading. He reports regularly on these areas as well as on business and finance more broadly for The Bull.

Jay graduated from Princeton University with a BA in Economics and took his first role after qualifying with a major global business research and accountancy firm. He completed his Master of Business Administration degree while working full-time for the company, fitting his studies into his evenings and weekends and attending residential courses during his vacations.

His personal hobbies include the incredibly varied cuisines of his parent\'s home, Bangalore, in which he has become something of an expert and home chef, although he also loves to experiment with Bangalore-US fusion foods. Jay has also developed a deep interest in Yoga and Mindfulness and in recent years has become a devotee of the gentlest martial art in the world: Tai Chi.

He lives in New York with his wife and two children.


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