MarketClub Featured In Businessweek

Great article by David Bogoslaw in this week's Businessweek.

MarketClub is prominently mentioned. See our quote below or read the whole article here.

Should You Manage Your Own Portfolio?

Here is the MarketClub exerpt:

"Possibly the only investing site that comes close to advocating the same widely diversified approach as most financial advisers is, which educates members about—and provides trading tools for—a wide range of assets, from U.S. and Canadian stocks and mutual funds to foreign currencies, agricultural and industrial commodities in the cash and futures markets, and government bonds. Marketclub, which charges subscribers $449 a year, isn't an online broker but gives members what they need to trade various asset classes on their existing brokerage accounts."

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"Marketclub lets users quickly identify which markets are going down or up and to discern trends in all asset classes, says Adam Hewison, the site's co-founder and a former trader on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. He believes you don't need to make a huge time commitment to manage your own investments. You should be able to tell whether you should stay in or get out of any given asset if you spend even just an hour a week looking at your portfolio with Marketclub's tools."

Be sure to read the whole article here. David makes some very good points.

Adam Hewison


Co-Founde,r MarketClub

12 thoughts on “MarketClub Featured In Businessweek

  1. Trevor,

    Thanks for your feedback. Using our Trade Triangle Technology you will be alerted to all the moves in the futures markets. If you would like more information call our customer support line at 1-800-538-7424. Our staff will go out of their way to help you.

    All the best,


  2. Does MC offer pointers to subscribers for possible turns in futures markets? I recall a video on the blog about the turn in gold; last July or so there was a review of the dollar index. I would like guidance or heads up in catching upward moves I expect in energy and softs, for example.


  3. Pratty,

    MarketClub does not require any data feeds. We provide everything for you including the data. MarketClub is an online application so that is nothing to install on your-base computer.


  4. Hi Adam,
    Does Market Club require data feeds? Is it an online application where we can log on and use it or is it an installable program?


  5. I just wish I had market club a year ago, might have cut back on the licken I got,but things are looking up thanks to the club.

    1. Ed,

      Thank you for your feedback. We hear that quite a bit from non members who being disillusioned by the market.

      We expect there will be some great opportunities coming up in the near future that I know our Trade Triangles will alert you to.

      Thank you to your positive feedback.

  6. Hi Adam,

    Does becoming a member require additional costs such as data feeds etc? Is everything as simple as logging into your account and access the tools online?


    1. Pratty,

      Everything is just as simple as logging in to your account. You have total access to all the tools and the data, there are no extra charges.

      Thank you for your feedback and I look forward to welcoming you to the club, MarketClub.


    1. Vince,

      Thank you for your feedback. We are pretty proud of the mention we got Businessweek and I expect we'll see some more coming down the pike soon. Best regards, Adam

  7. Excellent article. "Flying solo" is exactly what I had in mind for my investing. It makes sense to anyone who is self employed like myself. Actually... in this economy EVERYONE is self employed.

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