Barry Dyke’s research is outstanding. He is fearless about telling consumers about how markets really work.
(PRWEB) May 29, 2012
Laurence Barton, PhD CEO of The American College and Sharen L. King, MSM, Executive Director of The American College, the nation’s preeminent school in financial education for securities, banking and insurance professionals has appointed Barry James Dyke to serve on the advisory board on the New Northwestern Mutual Granum Center for Financial Security. http://www.theamericancollege.edu
The American College was founded as The American College of Life Underwriters in 1927 by Solomon S. Huebner of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. Huebner was a professional involved in the development of economic theory. His theory of human life value is used in the field of insurance. It was his vision for a college-level professional education program for insurance agents that led to the creation of The American College. Today the college offers professional training to all types of financial practitioners.
Larry Barton, PhD says this about Dyke’s appointment, “Barry Dyke’s research is outstanding. He is fearless about telling consumers about how markets really work. Protecting consumers’ financial security was the main concern for Solomon S. Huebner, The American College throughout its history and is a passion for Barry Dyke who understands the hurricane speculation of Wall Street as well as anybody. He will be a welcome voice in helping Americans build better foundations for their savings and retirement plans—which is a cornerstone concern of The American College.”
On June 5, 2012, Dyke will be doing a book signing and talk at 7 PM at The RiverRun Bookstore, 142 Fleet St. Portsmouth, NH 03801 http://www.riverrunbookstore.com.
Barry James Dyke is author of The Pirates of Manhattan which warned about the financial crisis before it began in 2007. The book explains why banks have been unstable throughout history and why mutual funds—the core retirement products for Americans savings and retirement plans—generally do not work over extended periods of time.
In 2012, the sequel, The Pirates of Manhattan II: Highway to Serfdom was released. The book is selling briskly in the U.S as well as Europe, England, Canada, South America and the Pacific Rim. Dyke consults with individuals and industry groups, and frequently speaks about the incestuous interconnected nature of Wall St—and how consumers can prepare themselves better in the days ahead. He is a frequent guest on talk radio shows throughout the U.S., and has written for or been written about in Al Jazeera, The New York Times, Yahoo, CNN, The San Francisco Chronicle, The International News Observer, Advisor Today, The Daily Reckoning, Business Week, Medical Economics, The Houston Chronicle, Press TV, The National Underwriter, The Huffington Post and others.
For additional information about Barry Dyke, you can visit http://www.thepiratesofmanhattan.com or his award winning blog, http://www.economicwarrior.org . You may contact the author at castleassetmgmt(at)comcast(dot)net or 603-929-7891. Castle Asset Management, LLC, 2 King’s Highway, P.O.B. 95, Hampton, NH 03843-0095.