Greg Weldon started his Wall Street career working in the Comex Gold and Silver Pits after graduating Colgate University. He progressed as an institutional sales broker at Lehman and Prudential before joining Moore Capital as a proprietary trader. At Moore, Greg honed his systematic trading methodology and risk management discipline before joining Commodity Corporation where he became one of their top risk-adjusted money managers. He has a unique ability to define and forecast the market's direction through his proprietary dissection of fundamental and technical market data. Today, he publishes Weldon's Money Monitor Plus TradeLab on a Daily basis. His Money Monitor features global macro themes and detailed insights from the following markets: stock indexes, foreign exchange, fixed income, metals, energy and agricultural commodities. Actionable trade recommendations are also featured. He also produces daily TrendTRAKRs for those who like to do their own trading in the equities and ETF markets and seek to catch 'trends' and 'trend reversals'. A free 'one-time' trial is available here: http://www.weldononline.com/signup.aspx
Few publications so fluidly combine fundamentals, technical analysis, inter-market examinations, psychology, and intuitive insights and trade ideas as does Weldon's Money Monitor Plus TradeLab ... stacking macro-trends against the micro-evolution taking place. Weldon Financial is now a highly regarded publishing company, having garnered some of the world's largest and most respected fund managers as loyal readers. Greg has been featured on CNBC Power Lunch, CNBC Fast Money, Moneytalks on the Corus Radio Network, Bloomberg radio and has been featured, as a global macro speaker, at several international financial conferences and mentioned in several articles and investment websites. Greg published, Gold Trading Boot Camp, How to Master the Basics and Become a Successful Commodities Investor, in late 2006 in which he predicted the current global credit crisis and discussed the impact on Gold from intensified central bank debt monetization. Today, he runs three investment programs as a CTA (global macro discretionary, a metals-only program and a long-short commodity program).