Launched in 1997, the Bull Market Report has a strong track record of creating wealth for its subscribers by providing sound, long-term investing advice. The newsletter is ideal for investors looking for long-term growth and income-generating stock investments.
The Bull Market Report is delivered daily via email. Each issue provides insightful stock market commentary and analysis of the newsletter's portfolio holdings. Subscribers also regularly receive NewsFlashes in their inbox regarding buy and sell actions and timely market events, as well as full access to Bull Market's valuable Recommended List of stocks. Currently the Bull Market Recommended List contains 40+ companies across all major industries, including Financials, Healthcare, Energy, Technology, Retail and many more.
The Bull Market Report's coverage universe spans dozens of sectors and hundreds of companies, giving its thousands of satisfied subscribers an informed, bottom-line view of the market and the economy. As a testament to the durability of its value-focused and fundamentally sound recommendations in both up and down markets, the Bull Market Report is one of the longest continuously published investment newsletters online.
The Bull Market Report was founded in 1997 by Todd Shaver, a former money manager for Morgan Stanley and Salomon Smith Barney. Before launching the Bull Market Report, Shaver ran a successful Washington, D.C. area based real estate firm for over a decade.
In 2003, the Bull Market Report was purchased by Indie Research, LLC, a private company that partners with industry experts to deliver both individual and institutional investors with first-rate unbiased research, analysis, and commentary across a range of investment sectors. At the time, Indie Research's investment services included FindProfit.com and NextInning.com. Today, tickerspy.com is also part of the Indie family.
In January of 2008, FindProfit.com merged with the Bull Market Report, adding its resources and an influx of additional stock ideas to the Bull Market arsenal. Today the day-to-day research and writing for the Bull Market Report is done by the Bull Market research team, headed by Editor Geoff Seiler.