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Divorcing the Dow: Using Revolutionary Market Indicators to Profit from the Stealth Boom Ahead

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Praise for Divorcing the Dow

"Troup and Michalsky know how to see beyond the negativity and restore the reader's confidence in the financial markets."
—Louis Navellier, CEO and President, Navellier & Associates, Inc.

"Divorcing the Dow digs deep into the changes behind the markets. This is a thought-provoking book in a critical economic era."
—Jack London, President and CEO, CACI International Inc.

"Divorcing the Dow clearly explains how to profit from the transformations of the market culture. It is a road map for success filled with terrific insights."
—Jim Madden, CEO, Exult

"Readers of Divorcing the Dow will emerge with an understanding of the twenty-first century investment culture and a renewed enthusiasm for equities investments. It is insightful, thought-provoking, and refreshingly specific. Every investor and potential investor should read this book."
—Edward A. Labry III, President and former CEO, Concord EFS

"Divorcing the Dow presents provocative thoughts on the new business paradigm in our age of increasing technology, information, and speed."
—Jim Sinegal, President and CEO, Costco Wholesale Corp.


JIM TROUP is First Vice President, Financial Consultant, Portfolio Manager, and Corporate Client Group Director at a major investment firm. A twenty-six-year finance veteran, Troup has worked with leading investment firms including EF Hutton and Merrill Lynch. He lectures extensively on portfolio management and asset allocation.

SHARON MICHALSKY is First Vice President, Financial Consultant, Portfolio Manager, and Corporate Client Group Director at a major investment firm, where she began her career twenty-one years ago. She attended the Wharton School and is a guest speaker at many professional forums where she lectures on investment methodology and portfolio management.

Acknowledgments.

Introduction.

PART ONE: HOW THE TIMES THAT WERE A-CHANGIN'...FINALLY CHANGED.

Chapter 1. Breaking Up Is Hard to Do.

Chapter 2. The Financial Frontier.

Chapter 3. 911.

PART TWO: HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE.

Chapter 4. The Necessary Revolution.

Chapter 5. A Parallel Universe.

PART THREE: RECONSTRUCTION.

Chapter 6. Artificial Intelligence.

Chapter 7. New Logic.

Chapter 8. We Will Be Able to Say, "We Were There at the Beginning,"

Appendix A: Bonds.

Appendix B: Appreciating the Potential of the Emerging Markets.

Appendix C: An Alternative to Index Funds.

Appendix D: Professionally Managed Portfolios.

Appendix E: The Impending Pension Plan Crises.

Appendix F: Estimating the Length of the Twenty-First Century Formulation and Acceleration Phases.

Appendix G: Reading List.

Index.