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Main Street, Not Wall Street is the ultimate guide to using your hometown advantage to beat the market. John Rubino's commonsense approach helps you recognize and capitalize on up-and-coming local companies and investment opportunities, letting you make more money without ever leaving your neighborhood.
The information you need is right here at your fingertips. To get you started, Main Street, Not Wall Streetincludes a priceless resource section listing over a thousand local brokers, local business to watch, local business journals, and more. With this book, you'll know just where to look - the ticket is beating Wall Street to the punch.
Using real life examples, Rubino shows that when tomorrow's companies are born, their neighbors notice them first; local papers cover them and local brokers recommend their stocks. His step -by-step formula shows you how to turn what you see and what you hear into sound investment strategies.
Main Street, Not Wall Street offers valuable tips on networking with locals in the know, finding and working with a local broker, evaluating the local journals, and using the internet to research new markets. Rubino outlines a definitive system for creating and managing a portfolio of emerging local companies to keep you in the game - and winning.
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Within a 100-mile radius of you right now, computer geeks are working all hours to advance a high-tech enterprise that will make shareholders--especially the geeks themselves--very rich. Also close to home, a regional retailer is plotting a national expansion. And not far away, a local manufacturer is plotting a turnaround that will revive its fortunes. Here's the best part: you have the means to learn about and invest in these future stars of Wall Street before most anyone on Wall Street has discovered them, at least according to John Rubino, a former stock analyst for the Value Line Investment Survey.
In Main Street, Not Wall Street, Rubino explains how to beat the investment pros by using the special knowledge available to you about businesses in your own city and state. By watching the local business press, working with regional brokerages, and keeping an ear cocked at cocktail parties, Rubino believes that small investors can exploit inefficiencies in the financial markets, where institutions increasingly overlook all but the largest stocks and the fashionable industries of the moment.
Rubino offers tips on how to invest close to home, with appropriate warnings about not putting all of one's nest eggs in any one region's economic basket. The book includes state-by-state listings of information sources and of initial public offerings during 1997. --Barry MitzmanAbout the Author:
John Rubino spent most of the 1980s on Wall Street as an equity analyst, a bond analyst, and a currency trader before he moved to Richmond, Virginia, and opened his eyes to investment opportunities in his own backyard. A frequent contributor to "Your Money,"Rubino writes a column on local investing for Virginia Business, is the stock columnist for POV Magazine, and publishes a newsletter, "The Main Street Report," with a corresponding website at www.msrpt.com
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Book Description William Morrow, 1998. Hardcover. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0688154212
Book Description William Morrow, 1998. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # MB010CL0FWO
Book Description William Morrow, 1998. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110688154212