Kris Sayce is the Chief Editor of Australia’s biggest circulation daily financial email — Money Morning Australia.
Kris is a fully accredited advisor in shares, options, warrants and foreign-exchange investments.
He’s also the Investment Director at Port Phillip Publishing (PPP) an independent financial publisher based in Melbourne, Australia — and Editor of Australian Small-Cap Investigator (ASI).
ASI is his small-cap stock research service. It provides detailed analysis on some the brightest, smallest listed companies on the ASX.
Kris has more than fifteen years’ experience in analysing small-cap stocks. He began his career in the biggest wasp’s nest in the financial world — the city of London — as a finance broker back in 1995.
It’s there where he got his ‘baptism of fire’ into the financial markets, specialising in small-cap stock analysis on London’s Alternative Investment Market. This covered everything from Kazakhstani gold miners to toy train companies.
After moving to Australia, Kris spent several years at a leading Australian wealth-management company. However he began to realise the finance and brokerage industry was more interested in lining its own pockets with fat fees, commissions and perks —rather than genuinely helping out the private investors they were supposed to be ‘working’ for.
So in 2005 Kris started writing for Port Phillip Publishing — a company which was more attuned to his investment outlook.
Initially he began writing for the Daily Reckoning Australia — but eventually, took over Money Morning as it’s Editor in Chief. It’s now read by over 50,000 subscribers each day.
Kris has a nose for sniffing out the stories the newspapers SHOULD be covering.
He covers share market developments, company announcements and economic events that may affect your wealth.
Dubbed the ‘Jeremy Clarkson of Australian finance’, he’ll take anyone to task — banks, governments, big business — if he thinks they are trying to pull a fast one with your money!
Whether you agree with Kris or not, you’ll find his common-sense, thought-provoking arguments well worth a read.
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(You can find a list of recent investment articles written by Kris at the bottom of this page.)
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Kris Sayce Recent Articles
- We’re Still Not Selling the Aussie Stock Market… (5/17/2013) - The story now is that because the Aussie dollar has hit the skids, we can expect the Aussie stock market to follow...
- Why You Won’t See Me on ABC or CNBC Discussing Financial Markets… (5/13/2013) - Heaven forbid Aussie networks allow their viewers to see someone based locally, who has a different view to the mainstream financial markets.
- 36% Potential Upside for Australian Stocks Over the Next Two Years (5/8/2013) - Even though we’re banking on Australian stocks hitting 7,000 points within two years, we’re still keeping a fairly conservative approach to stocks.
- The Key to Becoming a Successful Investor (5/6/2013) - If there’s one thing we’ve learned about investing, it’s that to be a successful investor you’ve got to be flexible. You need to adapt to change.
- Here’s the Real Reason Why Stock Market Prices Go Up (4/30/2013) - I'm going to look at the impact higher volume has on markets, especially the stock market. And why people think more buyers mean higher stock prices.