Kevin Marder to Become TradeHard.com's Editor-in Chief

Posted on November 22, 1999

TradeHard.com, a website for stock, option and futures traders, has announced that Kevin N. Marder, Markets Editor of CBS MarketWatch and commentator on CBS Radio Network, has joined TradeHard.com as Editor-in-Chief. Marder will oversee and formulate editorial content and strategy for the entire site. In addition, beginning Monday, November 29, he will contribute Marder's Market Brief, a daily column providing personal insight into the financial markets, and periodically contribute Marder on the Markets, an analysis of market events.

"Kevin is a wonderful addition to the TradeHard.com team," said Raul J. Pallares, president and CEO of TradeHard.com. "He combines excellent trading knowledge and performance with journalistic and editorial skills, a combination that makes him the ideal candidate for the position. Our subscribers demand that we bring only the best to our site. Kevin will work along side our well-regarded team of market specialists, including Kevin Haggerty, Jeff Cooper, Mark Boucher and others, in providing an ongoing dialogue on developments and events affecting the major financial markets."

Marder was Markets Editor for CBS MarketWatch. Also, his stock analysis was being broadcast over the CBS Radio Network several times daily. In 1999, Online Investor magazine named his popular Marder on the Markets column one of the Web's top 25 sources for great stock ideas. Marder is a contributing author to the Prentice-Hall book Computerized Trading. He received an MBA with honors in Investments and Corporate Finance from the University of Southern California.

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