His expertise and experience with the stock market and investing is something that is essential reading. We'll do more of these free online courses in the managing and small business areas in the days ahead.
NEW YORK (PRWEB) May 12, 2008
"We are very excited to offer Gene's online investing course to our readers," said John A. Byrne, editor-in-chief of BusinessWeek.com. "His expertise and experience with the stock market and investing is something that is essential reading. We'll do more of these free online courses in the managing and small business areas in the days ahead."
Marcial will also begin a three-times-weekly stock picking column to debut May 11 on BusinessWeek.com. His weekly recommendations as BusinessWeek's "Inside Wall Street" columnist have beaten all the major indexes for a full decade. In this new online investing course, Marcial teaches BusinessWeek.com readers how to pick the next big winners on the market, using his experience and tips his new book, "Gene Marcial' Seven Commandments tock Investing."
Since 1997, when BusinessWeek started tracking the performance of his weekly "Inside Wall Street" column, Marcial's picks have bested the S&P 500, Dow Jones Industrials, and Russell 2000 indexes after one day and after one, three, and six months. On average, his stocks returned 7.1 percent in six months, two percentage points ahead of the closest index, the Russell 2000.
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