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Deleteyourbrokercom by Christopher Byron
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Eighteen percent of all stock trades take place on the Internet. Having cut out the middle man and providing information and access once available only to Wall Street professionals, the Internet has leveled the investment playing field. Investing in this new territory can be a challenge -- what do investors really need to know about a company before buying stock, what websites will offer them free financial information, and how can they protect themselves from making poor or misinformed investments? With the same assertive and witty trademark voice he uses as an expert stock market commentator in the New York Observer, Bloomberg News and, Chris Byron demystifies online investing and shows investors how they can compete successfully with Wall Street. Providing cutting-edge and resourceful financial advice, DELETEYOURBROKER.COM shows readers how to find out about new and exciting investment opportunities and avoid the swindles that abound in today's super-charged stock market. For those who may be Internet savvy but don't know much about investing, Byron includes all the basics--from asset allocation to reading a balance sheet. Full of colorful anecdotes and Byron's rare ability to simplify complex financial issues, DELETEYOURBROKER.COM is an invaluable guidebook to the world of Internet investing.

Author Biography

Christopher Byron's career in business and financial reporting spans more than thirty years, and his work has appeared in Money, The Wall Street Journal, Esquire and the Los Angeles Times, among other publications. He is currently a columnist for Bloomberg News and, and is a contributing editor and financial columnist at The New York Observer. One of the best-known Web-based stock commentators today, he hosts a live daily webcast, High Noon on Wall Street with Chris Byron, and the daily syndicated radio program Wall Street Eye Opener. He lives in Weston, Connecticut.
Release date NZ
January 1st, 2002
Country of Publication
United States
1, black & white illustrations
Simon & Schuster
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