Ahead of the Curve: Nine Simple Ways to Create Wealth by Spotting Stock Trends

Ahead of the Curve: Nine Simple Ways to Create Wealth by Spotting Stock Trends

by Hilary Kramer

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Overview

Hilary Kramer has built a wildly successful career based on her prescient analyses of the stock market and her savvy financial tips designed for average investors. A longtime presence online, on TV, in newspapers and on radio, Kramer has now

written a book for anyone who is concerned about growing money and wealth—from the long term investor to the short term trader. It is for the millions of people throughout the nation – and now the world – who are increasingly taking their finances into their own hands.


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781416546870
Publisher: Free Press
Publication date: 05/07/2011
Edition description: Reprint
Pages: 208
Sales rank: 1,092,636
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.60(d)

About the Author

Hilary Kramer, a global investment specialist, is the Finance Editor of AOL and also serves as the AOL Money Coach. Her expertise in investing spans more than twenty years of experience in equity research, asset allocation, and portfolio management. She graduated from the Wharton School with an MBA, and within a decade she was recognized as one of the best equity investors on Wall Street and had amassed a personal fortune of more than $10 million. She has since then devoted her energies to helping individual investors apply the simple secrets that she used to bring her wealth and freedom from financial worries. She appears regularly as a commentator on the Nightly Business Report on PBS and has provided market commentary to The Wall Street Journal, Fox News Channel, ABC, Bloomberg, and CNBC, among others. Hilary also appears daily on the nationally syndicated radio show Doug Stephan's Good Day. She has held directorships in both NYSE- and NASDAQ-traded companies and, from 1994 to 2002, was the senior managing director of a $5.2 billion global investment fund with both private equity and publicly traded securities.

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