Bengt left the City in 2000 to start up his own import and beauty products business which he still runs today. Bengt also writes our free email, The Right Side, an aid for free-thinkers on how to make money across financial markets. Read all articles by Bengt Saelensminde.
After a brief period running his own business, David then returned to the financial world in 2007 as investment writer for the Motley Fool. He joined MoneyWeek in May 2008 as associate editor. In January 2012, David became the driving force behind The Fleet Street Letter. Read all MoneyWeek articles by David Stevenson.
Dominic was educated at St. Paul's School, Manchester University and the Webber-Douglas Academy Of Dramatic Art. Aside from his involvement in the commodities sector, He is also one of the UK's leading voiceover artists, a TV presenter and stand-up comedian. Read all articles by Dominic Frisby.
Ed mainly invests in technology shares, pharmaceuticals and smaller companies. He's also a big fan of investment trusts. Away from work, Ed is a keen theatre goer and loves all things Canadian. Read all articles by Ed Bowsher.
James has travelled extensively in emerging markets, reporting for international energy magazines such as Oil and Gas Investor, and institutional publications such as the Commonwealth Business Environment Report. James is currently the managing editor of LatAm INVESTOR. Read all articles by James McKeigue.
John is primarily a chart-reading trader, having cut his trading teeth in the days before PCs. As well as his work in the financial world, he has launched, run and sold several 'real' businesses producing 'real' products. Read all articles by John C Burford.
He has worked for a number of financial magazines and newsletters, including Families in Business, Shares magazine and the business section of the Sunday Times. In 2003 he took a job on the finance desk of Teletext, where he spent two years covering the markets and breaking financial news. John joined MoneyWeek in 2005. Read all articles by John Stepek.
In 1992 Merryn moved to Japan to continue her Japanese studies and to produce business programmes for NHK, Japan's public TV station. In 1993 she became an institutional broker for SBC Warburg, where she stayed for 5 years.
Returning to the UK in 1998, Merryn became a financial writer for The Week. Two years later, in 2000, MoneyWeek was launched and Merryn took the job of editor; she recently became MoneyWeek's editor-in-chief.
Merryn is a non executive director of two investment trusts, the Montanaro European Smaller Companies Plc (she was appointed in March 2011) and Baillie Gifford Shin Nippon (October 2011). She has published a book on personal finance for women, Love is Not Enough: The Smart Woman's Guide to Making (and Keeping) Money (HarperPress, 2007). Read all articles by Merryn Somerset Webb.
In 2001, he joined ABN AMRO as a transport analyst. After a brief spell as a food retail analyst, he spent five years with ABN's very successful UK Smaller Companies team where he covered engineering, transport and support services stocks. In 2007, Phil joined Halbis Capital Management as a European equities analyst. He began writing for Moneyweek in 2010. Read all articles by Phil Oakley.
Since January 2008 he has been a contributor to MoneyWeek. Stephen also runs his own investment newsletter, The Dividend Letter, based on his hugely successful 'High Yield Portfolio' (HYP) strategy. Read all articles by Stephen Bland.
Tim currently works as director of investment at PFP Wealth Management, a UK-based investment and financial advisory practice which advises on and manages £1.5 billion in client asset. He is also a regular contributor of articles to MoneyWeek and to our Roundtable discussions.
Tim runs an investment advisory service, The Price Report, especially for MoneyWeek readers – giving individual investors the chance to hear the very latest views, insights and specific tips from top-level City investors and professional managers. Read all articles by Tim Price.