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Publisher of investing advice from some of the best and brightest financial minds. See our website for top current investing ideas and publications.

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Investors Alley is a publisher of independent investment advice from some of the best and brightest financial minds. Twice a week we email our free newsletter, The Market Cap, to over 300,000 readers who use this information to make profitable investments in the stock market. Covering a variety of topics, The Market Cap is the best tool for investors who wish to stay current with the latest information and analysis on the stock market. 

We also publish premium subscription newsletters that recommend stocks and investing strategies to their subscribers. Our editors, Tim Plaehn and Bret Jensen, contribute to Investors Alley’s The Market Cap and have decades of combined investing experience. With their newsletters and recommendations, they help investors profit in the stock market. 

We publish five investment newsletters on Investors Alley:

-Small Cap Gems, which provides high-quality research on small cap stocks poised for double and triple digit growth.

-The Dividend Hunter, a new income and dividend service dedicated to bringing you the very best high-yield dividend income opportunities available.

-Blue Chip Gems, Bret’s newest service that focuses on large capitalization stocks with the best potential to deliver steady gains to investors. These are stable stocks so you won’t find yourself reaching for the antacids every time the market hiccups.

-30 Day Dividends, a newb approach to profit from dividend investments, 30 Day Dividends seeks to reward investors with steady income and quick share price appreciation from income producing stocks.

-The Turnaround Stock Report, which recommends opportunities for relatively fast, attractive profits from stocks that have been oversold on the news, beaten down by flighty investors, had management shaken up and the whole company turned around.