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Individual Author Record

General Information

Name:  Charles Carlson  

Pen Name: None

Genre: Non-Fiction Other

Audience: Adult;

Born:


-- Website -- http://www.dowunderdogs.com
-- Charles Carlson on WorldCat -- http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=charles+carlson


Illinois Connection

The author holds an undergraduate degree in Journalism from Northwestern University and an MBA from the University of Chicago.

Biographical and Professional Information

Charles B. Carlson is the author of two investment newsletters reaching some 300,000 subscribers. He is also co-portfolio manager for the Strong Dow 30 value no-load mutual fund. A chartered financial analyst (CFA) and MBA from the University of Chicago, he is the author of ''Buying Stocks Without a Broker'' and ''No-Load Stocks'', as well as ''The Individual Investor Revolution'' and ''Chuck Carlson's 60-Second Investor''. Carlson's comments appear regularly in top business newspapers and magazines across the country including ''Forbes'', The Wall Street Journal, ''The New York Times'', ''USA Today'' ''Newsweek'', ''US News & World Report'', ''The Washington Post'', ''Money'', ''Business Week'', ''Barron's'' and ''Kiplinger's Personal Finance''. He also appears frequently on television and radio shows, including CNBC, CNN, NBC's Today Show, and Business Radio Network. Carlson now lives in Valparaiso, Indiana.


Selected Titles At Your Library

The little book $ big dividends :
ISBN: 0470567996. OCLC Number:

Wiley,. Hoboken, N.J. :. ©2010.

Eight steps to seven figures :
ISBN: 0385497326. OCLC Number:

Doubleday,. New York :. 2001.

The $mart investor's survival guide :
ISBN: 0385504020. OCLC Number:

Currency/Doubleday,. New York :. 2002.

The individual investor revolution /
ISBN: 0071357858. OCLC Number:

McGraw-Hill,. New York :. ©1998.

Provides information on mutual funds, IRAs, no-load stocks, and 401(k) plans for the individual investor and explains the basics of successful investing and building a portfolio.

Winning with the Dow's losers :
ISBN: 006057657X. OCLC Number:

HarperBusiness Publishers,. New York :. 2004.

This book's simple investment strategy is destined to replace "Dogs of the Dow" as a moneymaking winner for investors.

Buying stocks without a broker /
ISBN: 0070115001. OCLC Number:

McGraw-Hill,. New York :. ©1996.


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