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MoneyShow.com names Jubak senior markets editor

August 12, 2009

MoneyShow.com announced Wednesday that today that Internet investment columnist Jim Jubak will join its editorial team as senior markets editor.

Jubak will write two columns a week, post blog entries every weekday, and produce weekly video segments about the markets, the economy, and individual stocks he follows.

Longtime content partners MSN Money and MoneyShow.com have increased the value of their partnership by adding Jubak to the MoneyShow.com editorial team and carrying his content on both Web sites concurrently.

From now on, every buy and sell recommendation Jubak makes in his “Jubak’s Picks” will appear in regular blog entries on both MoneyShow.com and MSN Money. In addition, he will post video segments each week that provide forward-looking views of various sectors and stocks as well as insights into the financial markets and the economy.

For more than a decade, Jubak’s regular column, “Jubak’s Journal,” developed a devoted readership in the millions on MSN Money. An independent study by Nielsen NetRatings in 2007 revealed he was the most widely read investment columnist on the Internet.

“Jim Jubak is a brilliant commentator, and his track record is the envy of most professional money managers,” said Howard Gold, executive editor of MoneyShow.com, in a statement. “Yet he remains fiercely independent and devoted to helping individual investors meet their financial goals. I’m thrilled he’s joining MoneyShow.com.”

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