Stansberry Churchouse Research is a joint venture between two independent financial publishers, Singapore-based Truewealth Publishing, and Hong Kong-based Churchouse Publishing.
Stansberry Churchouse Research is a subsidiary of Stansberry Research, one of the largest independent financial publishing companies in the world, with subscribers in over 50 countries around the world.
The key financial analysts behind Stansberry Churchouse Research include:
Kim is the Publisher of Stansberry Churchouse Research. He’s spent most of the past 25 years exploring and analyzing global markets. Kim has been a stock analyst and research director for a big emerging market investment bank, managed a hedge fund, and sold mutual funds to private bankers. He’s also advised Fortune 50 companies on political risk and helped build stock exchanges from scratch in countries that few people could find on a map.
Kim has lived and worked in ten countries, including Spain, Russia, Sri Lanka and the United States. He now lives in Singapore. Along the way, he’s learned something about how markets work… and what matters (and doesn’t matter) in the world of investing. One of his main objectives in launching Stansberry Churchouse Research was to explain the reality of the worlds of finance and investing, separate truth from fiction… and to help everyday investors look out for their own best interests.
Brian Tycangco is an Editor and Investment Analyst with Stansberry Churchouse Research. He’s been working in the financial world since 1995 and has carved out a reputation as “Master Stock Picker”.
In the first five months 2018 alone, Brian closed out seven positions for an average gain of 133 percent. One of those stocks delivered a 418 percent return — turning every $5,000 invested into $25,900.
Brian has a simple investment philosophy.
“If you want to increase your odds of investment success, invest in well-managed, profitable businesses in growing economies.”
He’s seen just about everything there is to see in these markets, met with the leading CEOs of every industry in Asia, and knows the ins and outs of doing business and making money there.
Brian has his finger on the pulse of what drives the region’s growing middle class, which he says is “a 2,000-horsepower economic engine that has yet to hit full throttle”.
Brian has been a stock broker at a large Asian trading house, an equities analyst for a major European investment bank, as well as editor and chief investment strategist for one of the longest-running Asian investment newsletters in the world.
Every day, he uses his experience and instincts for the Asian markets to give his readers exclusive, high-impact insights on what he sees as the best opportunity to turn Asia’s growth into huge profits.
Tama Richard Churchouse
Tama-Richard along with his father Peter established Churchouse Publishing Limited in 2012, with the aim of bringing independent, no-nonsense analysis and research to those who take an active interest in creating and managing their own wealth. He draws on extensive experience gained by nearly a decade working for investment banks in Asia, most recently at JPMorgan working on derivative structuring and marketing across a wide range of asset classes (including rates, credit, equity and FX) for private banks in the Asia region as part of the Structuring and Solutions Group. Tama-Richard also oversaw Alternative Investment Structuring in Algorithmic Index Strategies, as well as other bespoke longevity and equity hybrid structuring. Prior to joining JPMorgan, Tama-Richard worked in Derivative Solutions at ABN Amro.
Tama-Richard is a keen investor, opening his first brokerage account at the age of 16. Along with his role at Stansberry Churchouse Research, he manages a portfolio of internal money for the family office in listed securities and real estate assets. He has a degree in Economics from the School of Oriental and African Studies in London. Tama-Richard lives in Hong Kong with his wife and three children.
Eric is an Editor and Analyst with Stansberry Churchouse Research.
He’s an internet entrepreneur and investor who began picking stocks and trading futures contracts in college, using his expertise to become a Certified Financial Manager at the largest American retail brokerage. He eventually sold the internet domain of his nickname – Wallstreet.com – for over US$1 million.
Eric has also been an angel investor, a movie script writer and the founder of a family business that was recognised locally and internationally. He has also worked with some of the largest companies and ad agencies worldwide to expand their marketing reach.
Eric’s cryptocurrency career began by mining bitcoin. Soon he turned to mining Ethereum then even taught himself how to build and program his own miners.
As the wave of interest in cryptocurrencies grew in 2016 and 2017, Eric began mining dozens of other cryptos.
And as an investor, he’s made big profits in this space… like a 30x profit by buying Verge under a penny… a 22x profit on SiaCoin… a 30x profit on the Substratum ICO… and a 4x return on Stratis and Civic in 60 days.