Jim is the Founder & Editor of JubakPicks.com
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Jim Jubak served as Senior Markets Editor at MSN Money from 1997-2009. Before that he was editor of Venture magazine and senior editor at Worth magazine. He served as a Portfolio Manager at Investment Managers Series Trust – Jubak Global Equity Fund from 2010 to 2014. Since 2009 he has run stock picking websites for Jubak Asset Management. He has written four books, most recently Juggling With Knives: Smart Investing in the Coming Age of Volatility (2016.) He was awarded a Knight-Bagehot fellowship in business journalism from Columbia University in 1984 and has been writing about the financial markets for more than 30 years.
If you’d like to read more about Jim's ETF portfolio (or his picks for the black swans of 2018 or his 12 stocks of Christmas picks for 2018), you can subscribe to JubakAM.com newsletter for $199 a year. The site includes his Volatility Portfolio that looks for stock and options plays on potential volatility and his Perfect 5 ETF portfolio. Jim's $79 a year JugglingWithKnives.com site includes those two portfolios (but fewer posts on trend and market moves.) On his free JubakPicks.com site you won't find those portfolios but you will find three others (also tracked on my subscription sites): Jubak Picks, his long-term 50 Stocks Portfolio, and his Dividend Portfolio. The JubakPicks.com site is limited to stock picks and doesn’t include ETFs or any options plays.
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- Wal-Mart’s Earnings Report Reassures Stocks
- China Trade Talks Resume–With A Notable Lack Of Momentum
- The Credit Cycle Sure Looks Like It’s Headed Off A Cliff In U.S., China
- Markets Talk Themselves Out Of Belief In Brutal Retail Numbers
- President Trump To Sign Spending Bill To Avoid Shutdown But Will Declare National Emergency To Secure Funding For The Wall