Essential Stock Picking Strategies: What Works on Wall Street
PRAISE FOR ESSENTIAL STOCK PICKING STRATEGIES "This book lays the foundation for understanding the value of long-term investing and the importance of knowing who is managing your money and what they are doing with it." ?Mike Cacace, Senior Editor, Fortune magazine Essential Stock Picking Strategies does exactly what it says in the title: it tells you, in a clear and easy-to-understand manner, what works on Wall Street and why it works. It provides great insight into the mutual fund industry and how money managers operate." ?Beth Piskora, Investment Editor, the New York Post "Essential Stock Picking Strategies explores the human side of the money management business. It provides the reader with an interesting look at how portfolio managers actually make investment decisions." ?Frank Kelly, Managing Editor, Investment News
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