ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, NJ, January 18, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — CNBC, First in Business Worldwide, today announced the launch of the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer subscription product. The exclusive investor-focused product will equip members with Cramer’s unparalleled portfolio management and investing knowledge and analysis and provide behind-the-scenes access to Cramer and the Investing Club team.
Jeff Nash, who was named editor of the CNBC Investing Club along with Jim Cramer, will be responsible for driving the editorial strategy of the product, in collaboration with Jim Cramer and the Investing Club team to create exclusive daily content for members. Nash joined CNBC in 2013 and most recently served as editor of CNBC Digital’s audience growth team. During his tenure, he helped CNBC Digital achieve triple-digit percentage audience growth and records across top traffic sources, including search, social media and partnerships.
Starting today, founding members of the CNBC Investing Club will have access to all trades made by Cramer, analysis of stocks included in the charitable trust’s portfolio, daily stock market analysis and Cramer’s reactions to breaking news and what’s moving the markets. Members will also have the option to attend future live virtual monthly meetings, access the charitable trust portfolio including weightings, and watch daily videos featuring Cramer and his Investing Club team of Jeff Marks and Zev Fima. Additional features will be added to the product in the coming months.
“After nearly four months of hard work, today we celebrate the launch of the CNBC Investing Club product with Jim Cramer,” noted Marguerite de Luna, managing director and senior vice president of CNBC’s Direct-to-Consumer business. “The tremendous and immediate feedback we received on the Investing Club newsletter enabled our team to quickly create a must-have product to help members gain an edge in building and managing their wealth.”
“The CNBC Investing Club shows members how to be their own real-time portfolio manager,” said Jim Cramer. “Our team is privileged to serve the largest investor audience in the world, and we intend to teach each member how to best manage their investments and control their own destiny.”
Shortly after announcing the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer, CNBC launched a companion newsletter in October that quickly became CNBC’s fastest growing and most engaged newsletter in 2021.
New members can sign up for the free Investing Club newsletter to access a special introductory offer. For more information about the CNBC Investing Club and to take advantage of the special offer, visit: cnbc.com/jointtheclub.
On Jeff Marks:
Jeff Marks is Director of Portfolio Analytics for CNBC Investing Club, responsible for assisting with all portfolio management tasks, including broader market strategy and investment analysis, while generating portfolio-related content for subscribers. Jeff graduated from The Pennsylvania State University with a Bachelor of Science in Finance. He holds the CFA charter.
On Zev Fima:
Zev Fima is a portfolio analyst for CNBC Investing Club where he assists with research and management of the Investing Club portfolio, as well as generating content for club members. Zev got his start in the financial markets as an outsider, working as a recruiter, studying for the CFA exams. He holds the CFA charter.
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