The weekly newsletter, which will be sold for $99 a year for introductory subscribers but will later sell for $149, focuses on stocks, mutual funds, and market timing recommendations that are most popular among top performing advisers. Hulbert, a senior columnist at Marketwatch.com, will highlight consensus recommendations from top performing advisers in each issue and provide commentary.
“We have bolstered MarketWatch’s lineup of premium product offerings and continue to add new content and features that attract and engage our audience of active investors,” said David Callaway, editor-in-chief of MarketWatch.com, in a statement. “Investors need to stay on top of what’s happening and what it means for them, and we believe these recent additions will serve them well.”
Marketwatch.com, a Dow Jones & Co. property, has nine other subscription-based newsletters.
Hulbert is a senior columnist for MarketWatch.com and the editor of the Hulbert Financial Digest (HFD), which since 1980 has been tracking the performance of investment advisory newsletters. The HFD became a service of MarketWatch.com in April 2002. Hulbert also writes a regular investment column, On the Markets, three times a week for MarketWatch.com.