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Market Evolution: How to Profit in Todays Changing Financial Markets Jeffrey Kleintop

Market Evolution: How to Profit in Todays Changing Financial Markets

Jeffrey Kleintop

Published July 28th 2006
ISBN : 9780470039045
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256 pages
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 About the Book 

Todays investors face a challenging environment like none before.The factors that affect financial markets are evolving rapidly andthe changes may surprise unprepared investors with investmentperformance that is below the average of recent decades.MoreTodays investors face a challenging environment like none before.The factors that affect financial markets are evolving rapidly andthe changes may surprise unprepared investors with investmentperformance that is below the average of recent decades. JeffreyKleintop, author and financial expert, understands that theseconditions place a premium on adaptation and innovation-makingproactive investment decision-making more valuable than ever. Healso knows that in todays investment environment, a new approachto active portfolio management-one that incorporates both strategicand tactical allocations to various asset classes-is necessary toexploit opportunities, manage risk, and achieve financial goals. InMarket Evolution, Kleintop offers his unique view of todaysfinancial markets and the trends that may shape investmentperformance during the next ten years. This book is a practicalguide that provides investors with the robust framework that theyneed to meet the challenges of this new market environment and win.Jeffrey Kleintop (Philadelphia, PA) is the ChiefInvestment Strategist of PNC Advisors, one of the largest wealthmanagers in the United States. He is also the coportfolio managerof PNCs Advantage Portfolios. Recently named by the Wall StreetJournal as one of Wall Streets Best and Brightest, Mr. Kleintopis regularly quoted in many national publications, such asBusinessWeek and the New York Times. He is also a regular guest onnational radio and television financial programs.