How often is content published on the website?

We aim to publish at least one new piece of content a week – however the alerts may be more frequent as these are reactive to opportunities in the markets.

How will I know when new content is published on the website?

Every time a new post is published on the website an email notification will be immediately sent to you.

How can I stop receiving your regular emails?

At the bottom of every email we send there should be a link that will enable you to unsubscribe. It will say:

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Please note if you choose to unsubscribe you will no longer be alerted to the latest content on the website. We have plans in future version of the website to give more functionality to the email controls


How can I access my account details in order to change them?

You can change your account details here

I have changed my email address. How can I update it?

Please contact [email protected] and we will update our records.

I have forgotten my password. How do I set a new one?

At the bottom on the login page you will see button labelled “Lost your password?” Just click on the link and follow the instructions.

I have forgotten both my username & registered email address! What can I do?

Don’t panic! Just contact us – at [email protected] — giving us any clues you can about either your username or the email address you may have used to register, and we’ll sort things out.

How do I find a specific article on the website?

If you are not yet a subscriber but would like to read a article to get a feel of the content and writing. Please visit our  ‘Blog‘ page on the site. Here you can take a glimpse at a selection of articles from our Archives and you can search by month.

Once you are a subscriber you can then also be able to  search for articles on a particular company. You will see a magnifying glass symbol – just click here and enter the company name — e.g. Amazon — and you’ll get taken to a list of recent articles for that company.


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