Practical analysis for investment professionals

Janet J. Mangano

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Biography

Janet J. Mangano, formerly a senior portfolio manager with PNC Wealth, is in Short Hills, New Jersey.

Author's Posts
Book Review: Even the Odds

A leading analyst and portfolio manager shares her approach to sensible risk taking, which can be applied to anticipating, evaluating, and responding to risks in business, investing, and everyday life.

Book Review: Finance-Led Capitalism

Drawing on his extensive economics expertise, Robert Guttmann dives deeply into the topic of innovation as it relates to economic growth. The book is impressive in scope and groundbreaking in addressing both the positive and negative effects of financial innovation on society. The author discusses the global financial crisis as well as other historical financial crises to explore the ways innovation has enriched and endangered society.

Book Review: Invest with the Fed

This book provides overwhelming evidence that heeding the Fed’s signals can enhance portfolio performance. The authors provide backtested proof of success in investing in equities side by side with the Fed. Their insightful, analytical discussions will inspire readers to begin implementing the recommended strategies, which can make a huge, positive difference in portfolio performance over long periods, across economic cycles, and under a variety of monetary conditions.

Book Review: The Stewardship of Wealth

Gregory Curtis investigates the aspects of stewardship of the wealth of prosperous families, but the book is intended not only for wealthy investors and their advisors but also for family office executives, portfolio strategists, wealth relationship managers, and even less wealthy private investors.

Book Review: Wealth Management Unwrapped

On the strength of its timeliness and clarity, Wealth Management Unwrapped joins the ranks of distinguished writing on private wealth. Although the book is intended primarily for people of means and family foundations, it should be mandatory reading for wealth advisers who seek to grow their businesses while developing trusted relationships with clients.

Book Review: Financial Blogging: How to Write Powerful Posts That Attract Clients

Famous among CFA societies for her effective-writing workshops, Susan Weiner has produced a powerful resource that provides on-point guidance for mastering the blog as a short form of communication and also functions as an excellent tool for sharpening longer forms of investment writing. It will benefit novice and senior advisers alike.

Book Review: What’s Behind the Numbers?

Analysts, equity portfolio managers, students, and even traders will savor this book. Word about it is already getting around graduate business schools and CFA Program study groups. What stands out more than any other factor is how current it is. And yet it is classically fundamental in its approach — and immediately useful.



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