Tim Melvin is a 30 year plus veteran of financial markets. He is also the editor of Underground Income, The 20% Letter, Bank Takeover Letter, and MVP Letter – a special situations investing research project for the coming market rebound.
For Underground Income Tim uses rigorous quantitative analysis based on the principles used in deep value and private equity styles of investing to help investors compound their wealth using strategies designed to maximize profits and minimize risk. He uses in-depth research efforts to uncover special situation opportunities that can profit regardless of market direction. He has also developed models for building alternative income portfolio that can help individual investors uses income producing portfolios previously available only to individuals.
The 20% Letter focuses on the growth and income opportunities from REITs and bank stocks. These are two sectors that profit from a rising interest rate environment just like we’re in right now.
And his Bank Takeover Letter brings readers opportunities with banking acquisition targets fueled by “Bank Activist Investors.”
Tim believes that individuals have powerful advantages over institutions but are not taught how to use them. He wants to be the one who help individual investors stop taking entirely too much risk for too little return.
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Tim is the lead investment research analyst for income and dividend investing at Investors Alley. He is the editor for The Dividend Hunter, an investment advisory delivering income investments with double digit growth in share price and dividend payments, and Weekly Income Accelerator, a covered call trading service. Tim has also launched a service for investors looking for long-term total returns from their income investments using stocks with ever-growing dividend payments. It’s called Monthly Dividend Multiplier.
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Jay is the Options Portfolio Manager at Investors Alley. He is the editor for Options for Income, an investment advisory bringing you professional options trading strategies, with all the bells and whistles of Wall Street, but simplified so all you have to do is enter the trades with your broker. He believes in combining income generating, high probability strategies with targeted buying opportunities to succeed in any market condition.
Jay is also co-editor of Weekly Income Accelerator with Tim Plaehn as well as the recently launched Profit Wheel 360.
Prior to his work with Investors Alley, Jay was a professional options market maker on the floor of the CBOE (Chicago Board Options Exchange), the largest options trading exchange in the world.
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Serge Berger is brains behind 11-Day Trader and the portfolio manager and chief investment officer at Blue Marlin Advisors LLC.
He has been an active trader since 1998. During his career, he has been a financial analyst, dealt in fixed income instruments at JPMorgan, and was a proprietary trader in equity options and futures. Having exposure to a range of different asset classes allowed him to identify which asset classes and strategies best fit his goal of achieving consistent profits.
Over the years, he created a trading methodology that divides markets into different time frames and characters, allowing him to determine which strategies to apply in which situations without emotion. By focusing on only the highest probability trading setups, Serge maximizes overall profitability and minimizes stress and volatility.
Tony is a seasoned veteran of nearly all aspects of investing. From running his own advisory services to developing education materials to working with investors directly to help them achieve their long-term financial goals. Tony styles his investment strategy after one of the all-time best investors, Sir John Templeton, in that he always looks for growth, but at a reasonable price. Tony is currently the editor for Premium Digest, an exclusive members only Saturday free newsletter.