Submitting an article is easy and can earn you $500 or more.
All articles, other than those from Regular Contributors, become the exclusive property of MyAssetClass.com once submitted and published.
- Premium Contributor articles are those you submit to MyAssetClass.com editorial team for exclusive publication on MyAssetClass.com. Article will be published within 7 days of submission, or returned with editorial feedback. Contributors earn a base payment of between $50-$100 upon publication plus, after 30 days on the MyAssetClass.com site, $5 per 1,000 pageviews (CPM) for articles submitted and accepted as premium content.
- Regular Contributor articles are those you submit to our Editorial team for publication on MyAssetClass.com that you’ve also posted to other blogs or websites. Article will be published within 7 days of submission, or returned with editorial feedback. Contributors earn $1 per 1,000 pageviews (CPM) for articles submitted and accepted as regular content.
- Special Study Contributor articles are those articles in which MyAssetClass.com asks the contributor to perform a higher level of analysis on a previously accepted and exclusive article. Authors earn a base payment of $500 upon publication plus, after 30 days on the MyAssetClass.com site, $5 per 1,000 pageviews (CPM) for articles submitted and accepted as premium content.
Accrued fees are dispersed to you 30 days after a minimum credit is reached.
MyAssetClass.com focuses on the broad principles of value investing and publishes compelling content which will engage our readers and affect their decisions. A broad range of market-oriented topics will be considered for publication from your opinion on the overall economy to individual securities and portfolio strategies. Editors will review the articles for clarity, consistency and conformity within the principles of value investing. Articles must be grounded in fundamental analysis but can include technical analysis. Buy/sell recommendations are not permitted but you may write about the reasons you are long/short. Additionally, articles must abide by the following guidelines:
Original content is given a priority over articles perviously published on sites other than MyAssetClass.com
In-depth and detailed articles (over 2,000 words) are given preference over shorter articles which, as a result of their brevity, may leave many questions unanswered.
Articles about equities in non-developed markets, penny stocks, micro-cap and overly risky strategies will be very severely scrutinized but may still be eligible for publication on MyAssetClass.com
Editorial feedback on articles will support the author in clarifying the author’s viewpoint and will in no way impact on the substance of the article. MyAssetClass.com will reject badly structured and poorly written articles.
Authors are obliged to disclose to MyAssetClass readers any personal positions they hold in the securities they write about. Solicitation is not permitted in articles. A limited amount of links to securities’ tickers and references are permitted.
Articles should be formatted with a summary ( short, point form summarization of the main text body), a main body ( in chapter format with a catchy chapter titles) and a conclusion (a very short paragraph).
Authors are asked to provide a short 30 word biography with a moniker and photo.