Dow 36,000
The New Strategy for Profiting from the Coming Rise in the Stock Market

  • Title:

    Dow 36,000
  • Paperback ISBN:

    0-609-80699-8
  • Paperback Dimensions:

    8.75'' x 6''
  • 294 Paperback pages
  • Hardcover ISBN:

    0812931459

  • A radically new way to determine what stocks are really worth
  • Why the Dow is still poised to zoom
  • Why the financial establishment is wrong
  • Why stocks are actually less risky than bonds
  • How to build a maximizing portfolio and invest without fear

James K. Glassman, former financial columnist for the Washington Post and Reader's Digest and the host of the PBS show TechnoPolitics and the CNN show Capital Gang Sunday, is a resident fellow at AEI. He is also a host of www.TechCentralStation.com, a website that covers technology, finance, and public policy.

Kevin A. Hassett is a resident scholar at AEI who formerly served as a senior economist at the Federal Reserve Board. He received his Ph.D. in economics from the University of Pennsylvania. He is coauthor, with R. Glenn Hubbard, of The Magic Mountain: Defining and Using a Budget Surplus.

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  • James K. Glassman is a visiting fellow at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), where he works on Internet and communications policy in the new AEI Center for Internet, Communications, and Technology Policy.

    A scholar, diplomat, and journalist, Glassman rejoins AEI after having served as under secretary of state for public diplomacy and public affairs, during which time he led America’s public diplomacy outreach and inaugurated the use of new Internet technology in these efforts, an approach he christened “public diplomacy 2.0.” He was also chairman of the Broadcasting Board of Governors, the independent federal agency that oversees all US government nonmilitary international broadcasting. Most recently, Glassman was instrumental in the creation of the George W. Bush Institute, where he remains the founding executive director.

    Before his government service, Glassman was a senior fellow at AEI, where he specialized in economics and technology and founded The American, AEI’s magazine, which he led as editor-in-chief until his departure from AEI in 2007.

    In addition to his government service, Glassman was a former president of The Atlantic, publisher of The New Republic, executive vice president of US News & World Report, and editor-in-chief and co-owner of Roll Call. As a columnist for The Washington Post, Glassman wrote about political and economic issues. He was also the host of CNN’s “Capital Gang Sunday” and of PBS’s “TechnoPolitics.” In 2000, he cofounded TCS, a technology and policy website. His most recent book is “The Secret Code of the Superior Investor” (Crown Forum).


    Glassman has a B.A. in government from Harvard College where he was a managing editor of The Crimson.


     

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