Clem Chambers is CEO of ADVFN.
A broadcast and print media regular, Clem Chambers is a familiar face and frequent co-presenter on CNBC and CNBC Europe. He is a seasoned guest and market commentator on BBC News, Fox News, CNBC Arabia Newsnight, Al Jazeera, CNN, SKY News, TF1, Canada’s Business News Network and numerous US radio stations.
He is renowned for calling the markets and predicted the end of the bull market back in January 2007 and the following crash. He has appeared on ITV’s News at Ten and Evening News discussing failures in the banking system and featured prominently in the Money Programme’s Credit Crash Britain: HBOS — Breaking the Bank and on the BBC’s City Uncovered: When Markets Go Mad.
Clem has written investment columns for Wired Magazine, which described him as a ‘Market Mavern’; The Daily Mail, The Daily Telegraph and The Daily Express and currently writes for The Scotsman, Forbes, RiskAFRICA, Traders and YTE.
He was The Alchemist – stock tipster - in The Business for over three years and has been published in titles including: CityAM, Investors Chronicle, Traders Magazine, Stocks and Commodities, the Channel 4 website, SFO and Accountancy Age and has been quoted in many more publications including all of the main UK national newspapers. He also wrote a monthly spread betting column in gambling magazine Inside Edge for over a year.
In the last few years he has become a financial thriller writer, authoring The Twain Maxim, The Armageddon Trade and Kusanagi. The next book in the series, The First Horseman, was published at the end of 2012.
Clem has also written three best-selling non-fiction titles for ADVFN Books: The Death of Wealth, ADVFN Guide: 101 Ways to Pick Stock Market Winners and ADVFN Guide: A Beginner's Guide to Value Investing.