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Martin is the Editor and
co-founder of FindProfit
1997, Bill Martin and two
partners founded Raging Bull
with the goal of becoming the
leading online financial
community for individual
investors. While leading Raging
Bull, Bill Martin also managed the
Raging Portfolio, a model
investment portfolio that racked up cumulative gains of over 400%
from 1998 to 2000.
Since Raging Bull, Bill
Martin was as a private investor and served as an advisor
to a number of leading technology and media companies.
He co-founded FindProfit with Matt Ragas in early 2002
with the mission of becoming the leading independent
investment service for long and short-term investors who
love investing and want to consistently beat the market. Bill Martin also runs the Indie
Research family of investment services which, in
addition to FindProfit.com, includes The Bull Market
Report (BullMarket.com), InsiderScore (InsiderScore.com),
and Next Inning Technology Research (NextInning.com)
which is edited by Paul
receive the following benefits:
Real-Time Investment Commentary: FindProfit
receive exclusive access to "as it happens "
investment commentary, which is published throughout
each trading day.
FindProfit Model Portfolios: Subscribers
receive unlimited access to three model portfolios -
the Aggressive Growth, Long Term Growth and Special
Opportunity - each with a unique investment style.
FindProfit Daily Digest: Each trading day,
FindProfit subscribers receive an e-mail with investment commentary.
FindProfit Trading Alerts: In addition to
real-time commentary, members receive email alerts
whenever there's new activity in their investment portfolios.
FindProfit Guest Contributors, Expert Interviews, &
Idea Forum: Trusted friends and acclaimed
experts share their views on the market and their
favorite investments. Plus,
share your own ideas
in the Idea Forum available only to members.
About The Bull Market Report
The Bull Market Report
(BullMarket.com) is a
daily e-mail newsletter focused on long-term growth,
value, and income-generating investments. BullMarket.com
subscribers receive daily market commentary, access to
the Bull Market Recommended List of approximately 50
stocks, a Daily Recap of the day's most important market
action, and a News Flash whenever The Bull Market Report
makes a change to its Recommended List.
InsiderScore is a provider of public company information,
insider trading and
institutional holdings data. This insider trading information involves
any changes in beneficial ownership of shares in a
public company. Insiders (Directors, Officers, or 10%
Owners of public companies) are required to report these
transactions, also known as ownership reports, to the
Securities and Exchange Commission. According to the
SEC: "Many investors believe that reports of directors'
and executive officers' transactions in company equity
securities provide useful information as to management's
views of the performance or prospects of the company."
receive daily e-mails that
highlight the key trades of the
day, can monitor their watch
and read commentary from
InsiderScore's editorial and
analytical team. Subscribers can
organize and condense all
insider and institutional
activity for their holdings
using proprietary filtering and
intelligence system can be used
to generate timely and
actionable investment ideas.
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