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Mike Burnick

Mike Burnick brings a wide range of experience in the financial services industry to Weiss Research . With over 25-years of professional investment experience, he was a Registered Investment Adviser and portfolio manager responsible for the day-to-day operations of a mutual fund. Mike joined Weiss Research in 2002 as an analyst and writer, and in 2008 was named Director of Research and Client Communications at Weiss Capital Management, where he assisted managing the day-to-day asset-allocation and trading responsibilities for a $5 million ETF strategy. Formerly, Mike served as Director of Research for the Sovereign Society and in the role of senior editor. His responsibilities included analysis of global financial markets and economic trends focusing on global ETF and options investing. At present, Mike serves as Manager of Investment Services for Weiss Research, Chief Investment Strategist for the Extreme Profit Hunter service, and is a regular contributor to the firm’s daily e-newsletter, Money and Markets. Mike is a graduate of Stetson University with bachelor’s degrees in both finance and management. He is a frequent guest commentator on CNBC, Fox Business News, Bloomberg TV, and nationally syndicated financial talk radio programs.

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