Andrew Dagys, CMA, is a best-selling author who has written and co-authored several books, including Investing Online For Cnaaians For Dummies (first and second editions), and First-time INvesting Online For Candians—CliffsNotes, The Internet For Candians For Dummies Starter Kit contributes columns to Forever Young, Canadian Liveing Magazine, and other publications. He has appeared on Canda AM and several CBC broadcasts to offer his opinions on the Canadian and world investment landscape.
Ana avid investor, Andrew uses the Internet to advantage to identify compelling investment opportunities. His business, The Treetop Group, has helped match some of those opportunities with the financial needs of general audiences on the latest investment trends, and new developments in computer technology that can empower Canadians to help meet their personal objectives. He lives in Toronto with his wife Dawn-Ava, and three children—Brendan, Megan, and Jordan.
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Paul Mladjenovic is a certified financial planner, financial consultant, writer, and public speaker who has a Web site at mladjenovic.com. His business concerns since 1981. He achieved his CFP designation in 1985 and his BA degree from Seton Hall University in 1981. Since 1986, Paul has taught thousands of budding investors through popular national seminars such as "The $50 Wealthbuilder" and "Stock Investing Like a Pro." Paul has been quoted or referenced by many media outlets such as Bloomberg, CNBC, and many financial and business publications and Web sites. As an author, he has written the books The Unofficial Guide to Picking Stocks (Hungry Minds, 2000) and Zero-Cost Marketing (Todd Publications, 1995) and reports such as "1,001 Stocks with Dividend Reinvestment Plans." In addition, he has authored the software kit Internet Wealth-Building Tools for Investors and the forthcoming CD The Financial Mega-Kit. In recent years, he has achieved attention as a result of his economic forecasting. In 1999, he forecast the recent bear market.