"The Brainwashing of the American Investor" is an expose' of the conflicts of interest that plague Wall Street. From stock analysts to retail brokers, no cow is too sacred for this scathing and informative investigation of the Wall Street culture and the financial pros who dwell there. What you discover will give you a whole new understanding of investment product pitfalls, and a totally new, objective based perspective for designing, creating, and managing your personal investment portfolio.
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Steven R. Selengut, MBA, RIA, has been in the financial services industry for more than forty years. He started investing while employed in a life insurer's pension investment department. At age 25, he gained responsibility for a modest trust portfolio and began his trading career using the working capital model outlined in this book. Selengut's twelve-year adventure in financial services produced an appreciation for the Wall Street environment that helped him fine tune his unique investment strategy. The program's success propelled him into early retirement at age 33 and a new career as a private investment portfolio manager. He developed a unique cost-based approach, with individually managed investment portfolios, low annual fees, and commissions to an uninterested third party. He has built a loyal following of dedicated clients, many of whom have been with him since the beginning. More information about his investment management business can be found by calling (800) 245-0494. Selengut, a native New Jerseyan, lives near Charleston, South Carolina, with his wife and best friend of fifty years, Sandra. They have two grown children and two growing grandchildren.Review:
He sees Wall Street as the investment minefield and his book is to help you avoid being a victim. -- New Life Magazine, C. A. Jung (Sept-Oct 2002)
His energetic pieces on Wall Street, trading, "the Market", engaged my interest and intellect -- Magical Blend Magazine, Jenn House (Nov 2002 Issue)
Selengut is a seasoned money manager with over twenty-five years of experience and a shrewd understanding of investment realities -- Norm Goldman,
a work that deserves a wide audience. It challenges much of the conventional "wisdom" on investing. -- Allen I. Kraut, Ph.D., Professor of Management, Zicklin School of Business
one of the best this reader has attempted...a pleasant learning experience...both informative and understandable -- Author/Writer, Denise M. Clark
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Book Description 1st Book Library, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111403306206
Book Description 1st Book Library, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1403306206
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