My name is Mark Rose.
I set up Trader’s Bulletin back in 2009, because I wanted to create a genuine service for genuine traders – something that was different from anything else out there. Having worked for many years in financial publishing, I was sick of the jargon, misinformation and downright lies that were being peddled by so-called professionals and “gurus”. It never ceased to amaze me how few of these “gurus” actually followed their own advice and traded the ideas they came up with.
Why should you trust anyone who isn’t prepared to put their own money behind a strategy or idea that they are selling?
That’s why I wanted Trader’s Bulletin to be different.
I wanted to offer as much information as I could for free – there are plenty of great trading ideas out there that you shouldn’t have to pay a penny for. Take a look at our resources section – it’s crammed with strategies, technical know-how, market reports and simple tools. Plus, I’m adding more free stuff all the time.
And when it comes to reviewing new products, Trader’s Bulletin is an independent company, so I’ve complete control over what I say. This means that I have the freedom to be forthright and to tell you what I really think.
What’s more, I will never promote a product that I haven’t tested myself.
So, sign up to the weekly bulletin, and I’ll ensure that it’s sent to your inbox every Friday lunchtime. That way you’ll get the latest reviews, resources, news and views from the markets.
If you have any area of trading or a particular trading service you would like Trader’s Bulletin to investigate, please contact us and we will endeavour to bring you our research in the newsletter.
Please note we cannot offer individual investment advice.
This means that neither our helpdesk, nor the editorial team, can give you any individual advice.
Be assured that your interests are our priority, and that we are always delighted to hear your trading stories. So please do send us these and we promise to look at them. Likewise, if you feel we could improve the service in any way, then let us know.
We want to know how you find the service and any successes you have. We depend on your feedback for making any improvements.
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