Jim Samson, Publisher.
Jim is a successful trader with two decades of experience, and a bestselling author. Jim is on public record for calling the financial bubble in 2006, and recommending gold to his subscribers as early as 2005.
Adam Woods, Chief Investment Researcher
Adam is a $100 million hedge fund manager, quoted in The Wall Street Journal and on CNBC. While everyone lost their shirt in 2008, Adam’s fund was UP 55%, and he continues to make his clients millionaires with his proprietary trading secrets.
“Banker X”, Anonymous Informer
“Banker X” must remain anonymous for our purposes, but in his official capacity he’s a CNBC-quoted bestselling author. A former investment banking insider, Banker X is a multi-millionaire as a result of his inside contacts and continual success as a professional trader across a variety of financial markets.
Peter Fallon, Energy Stock Specialist
Peter Fallon is the energy stocks specialist for The Midas Legacy. Peter retired in his early 50’s after a successful career in the fields of energy and technology. His success as an investor and business owner spans over 40 years, and he has now combined his experience with his knowledge and passion for energy, technology, and investing.
Tom Anderson, Tech Stock Specialist
Tom Anderson is a programmer turned independent investor. In the height of the tech boom of the late 1990′s he switched careers, attended NYU’s MBA program then joined a hedge fund. Today, retired from Wall Street, he manages a small number of private accounts and shares ideas.
Rick Pendergraft, Pro Trader.
Rick Pendergraft has spent the better part of his life studying, trading and writing about the investment markets. Now running his own investment management firm, Rick has developed a loyal following of readers who are grateful for his timely warnings and profitable advice. He is widely recognized as a market expert and has been frequently quoted by Reuters, Businessweek, Forbes, USA Today, The New York Times and The Washington Post. He has also been interviewed on CNBC, Bloomberg and Fox Business News. He famously called the 2009 bull market in 2008 on CNBC.