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Investor’s Business Daily (IBD®) is an authoritative financial news and research organization recognized for its proprietary investing screens, investment ratings and strong record of identifying market leaders as they emerge. Its award winning website, Investors.com, offers premium subscription tools, expert analysis and personalized research features for investors of all levels.
IBD Weekly and Investors.com reaches a truly unique audience of sophisticated investors and affluent consumers and provide them with distinctive market analysis and research.
Markets Media is all about institutional trading, technology and market structure, where the buy side meets the sell side. Through a digital platform and live events such as Summer Trading Network, Markets Media Week, and the Markets Choice Awards, MM covers the market ecosystem across the equity, fixed income and FX asset classes, spanning institutional investment managers, sell-side banks, proprietary traders, exchanges, alternative trading systems, regulators, incumbent technology providers and emerging fintechs.
The Options Insider Media Group provides free options information, education, news and analysis to options users. Whether it’s on TheOptionsInsider.com, a leading online options destination; through the Options Insider Radio Network, the birthplace of the options podcast and the world’s only radio network for options traders; or through a growing number of newsletters, The Options Insider Media Group offers new ways to deliver timely, relevant and compelling content to options users across the globe.
Traders Magazine is a digital information and news service serving professionals in the North American institutional trading markets with a focus on the buy-side, including large asset managers, hedge funds, proprietary trading shops, pension funds and boutique investment firms. Traders Magazine caters primarily to buy-side firms with more $500 million in assets, as well as sell-side broker-dealers that provide data, execution services and liquidity. Other constituencies include exchanges and “dark pools,” where the trades are executed, and the technology providers who serve the market. Coverage includes buy-side strategy, the interaction of buy- and sell-side players, technology and regulations. The brand stands as the hub of a cohesive and engaged community, a market position supported by participation in and coverage of social, charity and networking events.