Al Korelin received his MBA in Finance and International Trade from the University of Puget Sound in 1978. Since founding A. B. Korelin in 1982, he has assisted hundreds of companies with Regulatory Compliance, including conducting seminars in conjunction with the Alberta and Vancouver Stock Exchanges for their listed companies. In addition to his responsibilities with the firm, Al writes a monthly commentary on small company stocks in The Miners News. Al started hosting The Korelin Economics Report in 1990.
Paul Warren started out as a radio news street reporter in his native Buffalo, New York in the 1970's. He used his friendly voice and offbeat humor to become a top-rated adult music DJ, and later a successful Program Director, in several east coast radio markets through the 1990's. In 2000, Paul made the switch to Talk Radio, took over a morning show in Portland, Oregon, and discovered an ability to interview guests on a wide variety of topics. When Mike Hartfield retired as Co-Host of The Korelin-Hartfield Report in 2003, Paul stepped in, and expanded the show to internet and network radio distribution as The Korelin Economics Report. Later that year, he assembled the remote recording facilities which have enabled the radio program to originate from investment conferences across North America. Starting in June 2005, Paul has left daily radio to concentrate full-time on weekly production of The Korelin Economics Report, and maintaining relationships with the stations which carry it via the TalkStar Radio Network. Paul is a private pilot, experimental aircraft builder, and ham radio operator.