Dan Denning: Editorial Director
Dan Denning started his financial career the old fashioned way: on the ground floor. He founded and edited a private financial newsletter on small-capitalization stocks in 1998, leading over 35,000 subscribers to profits in dynamic new American companies during the height of the bull market.
In 2000, he became the editor of Strategic Investment, the flagship publication of internationally known Agora Publishing. His high-level, macro-economic and stock market forecasts are read by more than 35,000 high-dollar investors and fund managers in over 70 countries. His reporting and analysis for The Daily Reckoning is read by more than 350,000 people regularly. Denning is also a regular columnist for Money Week, a London-based financial publication.
Denning received his undergraduate degree in literature from the prestigious American University in Washington, D.C. in 1995. He earned a master’s degree in the Liberal Arts from St. John’s College. Denning spent three years observing U.S. markets from Paris and London before relocating to Melbourne in late 2005 to become the Managing Editor of Port Phillip Publishing.
Other Dan Denning’s Publications:
- Author – The Bull Hunter
- Managing Editor – The Daily Reckoning Dan Denning started his financial career the old fashioned way: on the ground floor. He founded and edited a private financial newsletter on small-capitalization stocks in 1998, leading over 35,000 subscribers to profits in dynamic new American companies during the height of the bull market.
Kris Sayce: Editor
Kris Sayce began his financial career in the City of London as a broker specializing in small cap stocks listed on London’s Alternative Investment Market (AIM).
At one of Australia’s leading wealth management firms, Kris was a fully accredited adviser in Shares, Options and Warrants, and Foreign Exchange.
Kris was instrumental in helping to establish the Australian version of the Daily Reckoning e-newsletter in 2005. In late 2006, he joined the Melbourne team of the leading CFD provider in Australia.
Murray Dawes – Technical Analyst
Murray began his career on the Sydney Futures Exchange trading floor in 1993 with Swiss Banking Corporation (SBC). He spent a couple of years in the 3 and 10 year bond and option pits before moving on to the Share Price Index (SPI) futures and options pit. From there he became a broker with SBC specialising in SPI futures and options to institutional clients. After leaving SBC Murray continued his career in broking at Bankers Trust Australia.
Then in 2001 Murray moved to Melbourne to work as a hedge fund trader for one of Australia’s wealthiest families. In 2003 he was ready to set up his own firm providing the same proprietary technical trading system to some of Australia’s boutique hedge funds. The success of Murray’s system led to him trading a $10 million account for a high net worth individual. This involved trading Australian and US futures and Australian stocks. Now Murray heads up the technical analysis desk for us passing on to readers some of his experience from 16 years of trading.
Shae Smith – Assistant Editor
Shae Smith started in the finance industry over 11 years ago. During that time she’s worked in many roles, the most recent was for a Melbourne stockbroking firm. Whilst there, Shae gained industry qualifications for securities and derivatives, and helped teach many clients the basics of trading using technical analysis.