Peter Cooper


Peter CooperPeter J Cooper is a freelance financial journalist based in the Dubai Media City, and a former partner in the Middle East’s best-read English language website  He is also a columnist for the new UAE business newspaper.

With more than two decades of business journalism and a specialist knowledge of Middle East business and finance, he offers a different perspective on investment from an Arabian viewpoint.

Investing in the CFD markets requires quite a bit of knowledge about the financial markets and market behavior. Specialized skills are required to make a good fortune via trading in crypto currencies and forex. This has made the trading in financial instruments an option only for the experienced and skilled traders. A lot of research and trails led to the launch of the trading robots that preformed tasks of trading on behalf of the investors. Thus it threw open the doors of the financial markets to the common man. Today ordinary people can trade profitably in these instruments without the fear loss due to the inexperience and lack of knowledge.

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Mr. Cooper spent a decade in London as a business journalist specializing in construction and real estate from 1984-95, and then moved to Dubai as the launch editor of Gulf Business, the first-ever business magazine in the Gulf. He is also the author of ‘Building Relationships: The History of Bovis 1885-2000′.

As an investor Mr. Cooper has made only a few significant moves: buying Docklands property in 1993 and selling out in 1998; starting a dot-com company in Dubai in 2000 which later merged with AME Info; and being an early buyer of Dubai property in 2002. He is currently invested in gold and precious metals, and a minority shareholder in Linux Gold which owns claims next to existing large gold mines.

Mr. Cooper holds a Master of Arts degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics from Trinity College, Oxford University, and studied French at institutes in Tour and La Rochelle before becoming an administrative trainee in the European Commission in Brussels where he specialized in development economics.