New Zealand’s newest and most outspoken financial news service – Money Morning – is here, and it isn’t afraid to tell it like it is. From calling politicians out on the big issues, to taking the mighty housing industry on single handedly, Money Morning exists to cut through the hype and BS and help you make sense of the stories that could REALLY make a difference to your wealth.

Money Morning editor, Taylor Kee, has a background in finance, macroeconomics, and geopolitics. Taylor knows how to help guide investors through the jargon and confusion that exists in the investing world. He has worked with some of the world’s most outspoken, controversial, and thought-provoking financial commentators, economists, and analysts – including, Bill Bonner, Doug Casey, Dan Denning, and Chris Mayer.

As part of his work, he has travelled to Europe, Asia, South America, and was most recently based in Alaska (of all places!). Now, he’s with us here in New Zealand, to help local investors make sense of the local economy and what’s going on worldwide.

As editor and associate publisher of Money Morning, Taylor and his corps of international experts will aim to steer investors through share market developments, economic events, and potential geopolitical turmoil, which could affect your wealth.

Whether you agree with Taylor and the Money Morning team or not, you’ll find their common-sense, thought-provoking arguments well worth a read.

If you haven’t signed up to Money Morning already you can do so for free here.

Money Morning New Zealand is published by Money Morning Investment Research, an independent financial publisher based in Auckland, New Zealand. Money Morning Investment Research is part of the global Agora group of companies, one of the world’s largest independent financial publishers. As a New Zealand-based investment advisory business, we are subject to the regulations and laws of New Zealand, and are registered as a financial service provider with the Financial Markets Authority.

Here’s a word from the Publisher, Kris Sayce, on why Money Morning is a MUST READ for anyone interested in growing and protecting their wealth…

Hi I’m Kris Sayce, Publisher of Money Morning New Zealand.

We’ve created Money Morning in response to what we feel is a poor standard of investment and financial news sources out there.

After looking around the market, we’ve found that for New Zealand investors, there seems to be very little worthwhile or useful investing information and analysis available on a daily basis.

We also know that in a world of commercially and politically influenced mainstream media, the wealth of everyday investors like you, is at the mercy of vested interests.

Governments, lobby groups and the finance industry itself (to name just a few) distract you from the real issues that could impact your investments.

With this in mind, Money Morning’s aim is clear —  to set out each day to achieve two simple goals for you as our reader:

  1. To bring you investment opportunities that most mainstream sources miss
  2. And to help you become a smarter, richer and more successful investor

Worldwide, the businesses in our network write to more than three million investors every day. That’s testament to the success our network has had in achieving and maintaining similar goals. Now, we’re bringing the same idea to New Zealand.

The best thing to remember, is that our relationship with our readers is purely voluntary. We provide analysis, ideas, and advice. Our readers can make up their own mind whether they like what we have to say or not.

Our readers can unsubscribe at any time — but most don’t.

Why? Because we offer them investment information and ideas that they don’t find elsewhere. Which we believe (and they tell us) gives them an edge over most investors out there.

Core to our foundation as a trustworthy source of financial and investment knowledge is an important fact:

Money Morning New Zealand is a totally independent publication.

That means that unlike the mainstream financial news services out there, we don’t rely on third party advertisers and we don’t accept payments, commissions or kick-backs from firms in return for promoting their product.

Bottom line: As an independent publication Money Morning is answerable only to its readers.

That means you.

And as such, the Money Morning Editors aren’t afraid to ‘tell it like it is’ even if it ruffles a few feathers in the process.

We dig deeper into the financial stories that matter most to your wealth, writing about what we believe is really happening in the wider financial world. We then offer actionable tips about what you can do to survive and prosper financially, amidst all the chaos and confusion.

By reading Money Morning each day you’ll discover how to gain better control of your wealth and ways you could protect and grow it for your future needs.

If there’s more you’d like to know about Money Morning New Zealand, we go into more detail about on our FAQ page which you can find here. And to find out more about our main editors visit this page.

If you don’t find the information you are seeking here or on the other pages, please feel free to contact us at

Of course the easiest and best way to get a feel for Money Morning is to become a subscriber right away.

It’s free and it’ll take less than a minute of your time to do soClick here to subscribe now.

(And don’t worry, you can unsubscribe at any time and we won’t ever sell your address with third parties.)

As a new subscriber you can expect your first edition of Money Morning within 24 hours. Then each day you’ll receive a fresh edition, jam-packed full of unique investing insights that we hope will help make you a smarter, richer and more successful investor.

Kris Sayce
Money Morning New Zealand

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