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John Lothian News
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Founded 2011
Headquarters Chicago
Key People John Lothian, Publisher; Sarah Rudolph, Editor-in-Chief
Employees 6
Products financial newsletters and wikis
Twitter @JohnLothianNews
LinkedIn Profile
Facebook Page
Website JohnLothianNews.com

John Lothian News (JLN) is the financially focused new media division of John J. Lothian & Company (JJLCO).

JLN publishes the John Lothian Newsletter and JLN Options and is operates MarketsWiki.com. It formerly operated companion sites, MarketsReformWiki and CryptoMarketsWiki.[1]

History[edit]

JLN was launched in 2011 as part of a reorganization of the media branch of John J. Lothian & Company, Inc..

In 2011, JLN launched MarketsReformWiki. In 2018, John J. Lothian & Company, Inc. created CrytpMarketsWiki, LLC and launched CryptoMarketsWiki.com. In 2019, as crypto markets became more mainstream, JLN decommissioned CyptoMarketsWiki and moved the content into MarketsWiki.com.

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References[edit]

  1. John Lothian Newsletter. John Lothian & Company, Inc..
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