Bernstein has been in the investment world since the 1950s and currently heads
an investment consulting firm. He helped launch the Journal of Portfolio
Management and is the author of "Capital Ideas" and "Against the Gods."
Author of "House of Morgan," a National Book Award winner.
Chernow also wrote "The Warburgs,' winner of the Eccels Award for best business
Cramer manages a New York-based hedge fund and is a financial
columnist for magazines such as New York and Smart Money.
President of Fleckenstein Capital Management in Seattle, Washington.
Goodman is on the staff of Money Magazine and often is asked to appear as a
personal finance expert on radio and television programs.
Founder and editor of "Grant's Interest Rate Observer" and author of "The Trouble With Prosperity."
Henriques is a veteran financial investigative reporter and the author of "Fidelity's World."
Senior Editor of Worth Magazine and author of "The Worth Guide to Electronic Investing."
Lynch ran Fidelity's Magellan Fund for thirteen years (1977-1990).
During that period Magellan was up over 2700%.