Robert K. Mann. ( Bob ), is a 1969 graduate of Nichols College. He began his career with Bache & Co. upon graduation. At the time Bache was the second largest brokerage firm after Merrill Lynch. Bob attended New York University as part of the company’s training program. The bear market from 1969 – 1974 conditioned Bob to buy low. His efforts to document a precise way to buy low resulted in the publication of the study entitled, ” Non Random Profits” in 1978 coauthored by Raymond Hanson Jr. This study has proven merit over the period from 1936 through to today.
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I specialize in retirement planning and investing. I work with clients that are serious about learning and investing, not just to get by in retirement, but to create lifetime income streams and to create more wealth than they imagined possible , so they may retire without a worry in the world. The most important part of a retirement plan is the investment engine that drives the income and growth providing the capital you need to fund your lifelong lifestyle.I believe I can help you for five reasons:
This book will help you understand cycle in stocks, market indexes and industry sectors
One of the most intriguing methods of stock selection we have seen comes from Raymond Hanson Jr. and Robert K. Mann in their book entitled Non-Random Profits. Their stock selection system (The Ideal System), based on results from 647 observations over a 39 year period, produced a remarkable average gain of 466% over a three year holding period. To quote Hanson and Mann … “At first glance it might appear that such a system is too good to be true … ” but “…we can assure you that the evidence we have compiled proves beyond reasonable doubt that the system works. And it works because it is based on the simple but powerful concept of cyclical motion.” – Dominion Securities – Jan. 1980
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