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Since 2006 the Stock Masters Financial Newspaper has provided daily U.S. Stock Market News, Commentary and High Quality original content. We are dedicated to profiting from the stock market by use of experience, research, and market analysis. We analyze market trends, use technical analysis and apply our expertise to identify market changes before they happen.
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Eric Cheshier - Editor
Eric is the Co-Founder of TheStockMasters.com and his love for investing started in his early teens. Now with over 15 years of investing experience, Eric has distinguished himself as a reputable and trusted investor advocate. Eric's favorite drink is a Mojito, slightly chilled and easy on the club soda.
Frank Lara Jr - Editor
Frank is the other Co-Founder of TheStockMasters.com, WallStNation.com and Asset Wealth Development, LLC. his love for the stock market began in college. His first investment in Intel (INTC) in the early 90's allowed him to establish a portfolio that allowed him to pay for college and buy multiple properties in the greater Seattle area. Frank enjoys Irish Car Bombs, because all Catholics have a fondness for Guinness. Frank also writes for various publications including 247WallSt.com.
SC is the analyst at CyclicalMarketAnalysis.blogspot.com and is a specialist in applying Cycles and mathmatics to analyzing market behaviour. He uses a combination of Cycles, Symmetrical, and Geometric patterns to identify price trends and timing. Indexes covered include S&P 500, Russell 2000, and Nasdaq 100 as well as Financials and other sectors. In addition, unique methods of cycle analysis are examined and applied to Gold, Silver, Oil, and other commodities markets.
Ben Stevens - Previously ran the Stevens Stocks investing website. Ben's analysis and original reporting centers on events important to investors investing in the most active and popular stocks, mutual funds, ETF's, and bonds. Ben has been trading since 1992 and hasn't lost his love for equities and investing.
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