Full of Bull (Updated Edition): Unscramble Wall Street Doubletalk to Protect and Build Your Portfolio
©2009 |FT Press | Available
Stephen T. McClellan
©2009 |FT Press | Available
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Now, more than ever, you need to know the truth about the bad, self-serving advice that Wall Street gives to investors.
About the Author x
Chapter 1 Decoding Wall Street’s Well-Kept Secrets 1
Chapter 2 Understanding Wall Street’s Misleading Practices 33
Chapter 3 Strategies in Quest of the Ideal Investment 57
Chapter 4 Investment Strategies to Survive in a Bear Market 89
Chapter 5 Evaluating Companies as Investment Candidates 101
Chapter 6 Executive Traits Are a Revealing Investment Gauge 123
Chapter 7 How Street Analysts Really Operate 147
Chapter 8 Reforming Research to Level the Playing Field 175
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Stephen T. McClellan was a Wall Street investment analyst for 32 years, covering high-tech stocks as a supervisory analyst. He was a First Vice President at Merrill Lynch for 18 years until 2003, and ranked on the annual Institutional Investor All-America Research Team 19 consecutive times, The Wall Street Journal poll for 7 years, and has a place in the Journal’s Hall of Fame. From 1977 to 1985, he was a Vice President at Salomon Brothers and before that held a similar position at Spencer Trask for 6 years. Before commencing his Wall Street career, he was an industry analyst with the U.S. Department of Commerce. From 1964 to 1967, the author served as an operations officer aboard the USS Suffolk County (LST-1173) in the U.S. Navy.
Mr. McClellan has a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation, is a member of the New York CFA Society and the CFA Institute, was President of the New York Computer Industry Analyst Group, and was President and Founder of the Software/Services Analyst Group. He has made television appearances on Bloomberg TV, FoxBusiness News, CBS, CNN MoneyLine, CNBC, and Wall Street Week. He has conducted several radio interviews on such programs as Bob Brinker’s Moneytalk and given presentations to numerous organizations, at conferences, and to companies. Mr. McClellan has published articles in the Financial Times, The New York Times, Forbes, and other publications. His MBA in Finance is from George Washington University and his BA is from Syracuse University.
The author’s speaker’s bureau is Leading Authorities, Inc., in Washington, DC. His website is www.stephentmcclellan.com.
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