The Brainwashing of the American Investor: The Book That Wall Street Does Not Want You to Read!
Steven R. Selengut
April 16, 2005
The Brainwashing of the American Investor is an expose' of the conflicts of interest that plague Wall Street. From stock analysts to retail brokers, no cow is too sacred for this scathing and informative investigation of the Wall Street culture and the financial pros who dwell there. What you discover will give you a whole new understanding of investment product pitfalls, and a totally new, objective based perspective for designing, creating, and managing your personal investment portfolio.
Steven R. Selengut, MBA, RIA, has been in the Investment Management Business for twenty-two years through his New Jersey based Investment Management firm, Sanco Services, Inc., and International company he owns and manages. His career as an investor started in 1970, at age twenty-five, when he was given the responsibility to manage a $60,000 portfolio that had been held in trust for him for many years. He developed an Asset Allocation Model then (decades before the concept became popular) that he still uses today, and a trading approach to investing that made him wealthy early in life.