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by Maria Bartiromo

ePub Use The News: How To Separate the Noise from the Investment Nuggets and Make Money in Any Economy download
Author:
Maria Bartiromo
ISBN13:
978-0066620862
ISBN:
0066620864
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Publisher:
HarperBusiness; 1st edition (June 5, 2001)
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Subcategory:
Investing
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1120 kb
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1517 kb
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4.2
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292

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. lt;p align left Explaining the methods that have made her - and her stock picks - famous, Maria Bartiromo tells investors how to use hot information to make money in any market. Stephen Pollan, author of" The Die Broke Complete Book of Money"This book contains dozens of powerful investment nuggets, each of which is worth 1000 times the price of this book.

In her highly anticipated new book, television's ace financial reporter CNBC. She also anchors CNBC's Street Signs and Market Wrap on a daily basis. Her popular monthly column can be found in Individual Investor magazine.

Explaining the methods that have made her - and her stock picks - famous, Maria Bartiromo tells investors how to use hot information to make money in any market, raging bull or lumbering bear.

HarperCollins published her book, "Use the News: How to Separate the Noise from the Investment Nuggets and Make Money in Any Economy" in June 2001. The book was on the bestseller lists of The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and USA Today. Bartiromo’s second book, "The 10 Laws of Enduring Success" was released by Crown Business, a division of Random House, In. in late March 2010.

The book describes the tools she believes are needed for making sound financial decisions concerning the stock market. Ms. Bartiromo reminded investors that they shouldn’t always believe what they hear about a stock on television or read on the Internet.

Now I know how to use the news. com User, June 16, 2001. Packed with sage advice from the most influential people on Wall Street, Use the News is an indispensable investment handbook that will disclose the Wall Street insiders' secrets and show you how to take control of your investments. Now I know how to use the news. I thought that this book was great because It was written very clearly and for all levels of investor. Maria wrote It with the novice in mind but It is great for all.

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2001: Publishes the best-selling Use the News: How to Separate the Noise from the Investment Nuggets and Make Money in Any Economy. 2006: Starts Money Matters, a radio report giving personal finance advice on Clear Channel Radio.

In her highly anticipated new book, television's ace financial reporter CNBC anchorwoman Maria Bartiromo shows you how to use timely news and hot information to make money in today's market.

A media luminary with the solid credentials of a seasoned pro, Maria Bartiromo has set the standard for business news programming, delivering indispensable, up-to-the-minute information from the New York Stock Exchange. Known for her spot on calls, her straightforward on-air manner, and her willingness to ask tough questions, she is probably the most famous and visible business news correspondent in the business media today and one of the top five most influential voices on Wall Street. Maria was the first person to report live from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange and continues to do so every day on CNBC's SQUAWK BOX.

In Use The News, Maria Bartiromo mines her years of frontline experience, on camera and behind the scenes, to identify all the tools you need to seize control of your financial decisions and better manage your portfolio.

For investors, stock market enthusiasts, and anyone who wants to make smarter financial decisions, Maria offers a revealing look at the methods that made her famous, explaining how to separate the news from the noise and find the true information nuggets that affect the stock market most:How to tell which company announcements are important and which are simply fluff.Where you can find hidden gems of investment information.How to get the lowdown on a company's CEO and management team.How to use the Internet to find useful information amid all of the clutter.How the government can affect your investment decisions.When to trust market professionals -- and when to ignore them.What really matters on a company's balance sheet.Which red flags mean trouble in different industry sectors.

Every day, to bring the latest news and stock picks to her viewers, Maria relies on the expertise of the sharpest people on Wall Street. She is one of the most connected financial journalists working today -- making her Rolodex a virtual who's who of financial wizards.

In Use The News she has picked the brains of the best and the brightest and brings their secrets to you, the individual investor. As a result, you'll get exceptional tips from some of the most influential people on Wall Street, the same people whom Maria relies on every day to help her handicap the market. The result is an indispensable investment handbook where you, too, can learn the secrets of the Wall Street insiders, take control of your investments, and make money in any economy.

Maria Bartiromo a former producer, writer, and editor of CNN Business News, now hosts and coproduces her own show on CNBC, Market Week with Maria Bartiromo. She also anchors CNBC's Street Signs and Market Wrap on a daily basis. She is a contributing news commentator to NBC's Today Show, MSNBC, and other NBC affiliates nationwide. Her popular monthly column can be found in Individual Investor magazine. A graduate of New York University, she lives in New York City with her husband, Jonathan Steinberg, founder and chief executive officer of Individual Investor Group.

  • Very easy reading and understanding how this complex economic scenary works

  • This is old news, sometimes slow reading, but at the same time informative. Maria is a very intelligent woman and not afraid to ask questions. There is some 10 year old information that I did not know that is relevelant today.

  • Amazing work. We have all 23 of our journalism interns this summer learning from this book.

  • i was [for me ] simple and to the point. i have a better understanding of the market and market news.

  • Fine product, fine service!

  • thanks maria for enjoying you all these yrs.your book is as top notch today as it was 13yrs ago ...........russell

  • I don't feel qualified to write a proper review at this time (I have only read thru pg. 50), but just wanted to "check in." This book immediately grabbed my attention with the Prologue. Having experienced 9/11 from my couch.I have always counted on CNBC for "all the news that fit to watch" Whoeva says TV turns ur brain to mush should have "their" brains examined! I say watch CNBC or Fox (when CNBC doesn't have somthin good on) and get informed or rich your choice! I personally would prefer to be both. Thanks to the aforementioned networks, I am pretty well fixed wit the former and I'm working on the second one. I recommend this book in small doses, it reminds of a Deeprak Copra novel but betta! I will complete this review after i finish this Library of Congress "Masterpiece" published in the USA by crown business, an imprint of the Crown Publishing Group, a division of Random House,Inc.

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  • This book provides a great investing primer, written by one of the most insightful and experienced people in financial journalism,