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Plus-Size Women’s Clothing Stores in the US Industry Market Research Report from IBISWorld Has Been Updated


New York, NY (PRWEB) July 17, 2014

Changes in consumer spending power and healthy habits are the primary drivers for the Plus-Size Women’s Clothing Stores industry. The recession had a powerful effect on most consumer-facing industries. With the unemployment rate climbing, per capita disposable incomes waned, causing shoppers to tighten their purse strings and reduce demand for discretionary products, such as apparel. Additionally, shoppers turned to lower-priced retail outlets, such as mass merchandisers and internet-only retailers, for their clothing needs. Still, the increasing obesity rate in the United States has supported industry revenue growth during the past five years. Consequently, IBISWorld expects industry revenue to grow at an annualized rate in the five years to 2014.

Industry profitability fell to a recessionary low in 2009 and 2010 and remained constrained immediately following the recession. According to IBISWorld Industry Analyst David Yang, “The weak profit margin is partly the result of consumers’ lower-priced clothing choices during the recession, in addition to the rising cost of inputs.” Floods in key cotton-supplying countries caused the commodity’s price to skyrocket in 2010 and 2011, which raised the price of clothing. While retailers passed on a portion of the increase to consumers, they had to absorb the rest of it, diminishing profit margins. Since then, profit margins have improved as cotton prices declined and volatility moderated.

The industry is forecast to perform more strongly over the five years to 2019, as factors like per capita disposable income continue to grow. Moreover, with a rising focus on plus-size fashion, product choices are likely to expand and benefit specialty retailers. “Indeed, industry operators will likely benefit from greater designer collaboration and greater availability of premium products,” says Yang. As a result, despite potential competition from alternative retailers, the Plus-Size Women’s Clothing Stores industry is forecast to grow at an average annual rate in the five years to 2019. Profit is also anticipated to rise as more high-end labels begin to offer plus-size styles.

For more information, visit IBISWorld’s Plus-Size Women’s Clothing Stores in the US industry report page.

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IBISWorld industry Report Key Topics

Retailers in this industry specialize in plus-size women’s clothing, which is clothing proportioned specifically for larger women. Typically, sizes 14 and up are considered to be in the plus-size category, but not all brands and retailers follow this convention.

Industry Performance

Executive Summary

Key External Drivers

Current Performance

Industry Outlook

Industry Life Cycle

Products & Markets

Supply Chain

Products & Services

Major Markets

Globalization & Trade

Business Locations

Competitive Landscape

Market Share Concentration

Key Success Factors

Cost Structure Benchmarks

Barriers to Entry

Major Companies

Operating Conditions

Capital Intensity

Key Statistics

Industry Data

Annual Change

Key Ratios

About IBISWorld Inc.

Recognized as the nation’s most trusted independent source of industry and market research, IBISWorld offers a comprehensive database of unique information and analysis on every US industry. With an extensive online portfolio, valued for its depth and scope, the company equips clients with the insight necessary to make better business decisions. Headquartered in Los Angeles, IBISWorld serves a range of business, professional service and government organizations through more than 10 locations worldwide. For more information, visit http://www.ibisworld.com or call 1-800-330-3772.







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Use the Assembled RTA Kitchen Cabinets from CabinetDIY to Create a Dream Kitchen with Cost Effective Strategies


Orange, CA (PRWEB) July 25, 2014

Remodeling a kitchen successfully within budget in a timely manner is no easy task. Turning the space into a family’s dream kitchen can also be an extremely stressful undertaking. CabinetDIY eases this stress with pre-assembled kitchen cabinets and home delivery. CabinetDIY recently provided some insight on how to start a kitchen remodeling project with their main tips listed below:

1.    Set a budget for your project – Sometimes remodeling a kitchen turns into a snowball effect where it gets more and more expensive as a homeowner goes further into the construction process. Setting a budget at the beginning of the project can help alleviate some of these issues by limiting the possibility of going over in comparison to someone who never set a budget to begin with.

2.    Start a plan from the most expensive material of the project – In the case of kitchen remodeling, kitchen cabinets should always be the starting point. New cabinets are generally the center of attention for most kitchens as they provide a look into the home owner’s style and taste. Cabinets should also be the starting point in the remodel process because they are the most difficult to change after installation as opposed to appliances and countertops which could be upgraded at a later time. CabinetDIY created an interesting Style Test on its online store for homeowners who are curious what their personal cabinet style is. Many CabinetDIY customers found the Style Test fun to do as well as helpful in the process of selecting their kitchen cabinets.

3.    Design a kitchen layout with an experienced designer – Hiring a good designer can help turn a homeowner’s vision into a reality and mitigate unnecessary spending. CabinetDIY provides free and unlimited revision design services to their customers in need of a good designer. After CabinetDIY receives a design request they assign professional designers to work with, from the beginning to the end of the design process.

4.    Chose a right kitchen cabinet retailer – Homeowners usually want to make sure that the retailer they purchase from has a variety of design options that fit an individual’s unique taste. CabinetDIY ensures reasonable prices, great customer service and fast delivery time to ensure customers they are one of the best kitchen cabinet retailers.

Following these simple steps should help ensure homeowners have the best experience with remodeling their kitchen. For more information on kitchen remodeling and Ready to Assemble (RTA) Kitchen Cabinets please visit CabinetDIY at http://www.cabinetdiy.com.

About CabinetDIY

CabinetDIY was founded by a group of passionate interior designers and professional cabinet makers in 2004. It is our passion to assist our customers to design and build their dream interior projects. Any customer can find the perfect cabinet style to easily suit their taste on CabinetDIY.com. Our service facilities are located throughout the United States and all of our cabinets are carefully assembled, tested and packaged by skillful workers. Our service goal is to minimize the work load after our customers receive our products.

To request a free sample of our cabinets please go to http://www.cabinetdiy.com/product/sample or http://www.cabinetdiy.com to get a dream kitchen project started.

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Getting the Hard-To-Employ Back to Work: New solutions From Unique Conference

Richmond, California (PRWEB) June 26, 2014

“It takes more than technical skills and job training to get hard-to-employ workers back on a company’s payroll,” workforce and employee assessment expert, Dr. Ira S. Wolfe, told Saffron Strand’s Fifth Annual Homeless Workforce Conference last week in Richmond, CA, near San Francisco.

Dr. Wolfe delivered the opening keynote address at the unique national forum, speaking to employment services professionals, government agency staff, non-profit directors, veterans groups, and others focused on getting the homeless and those at risk of homelessness back into the workforce for the long term. Wolfe, the president of Success Performance Solutions and author of several books on workforce trends, warned attendees about what he has called the “Perfect Labor Storm,” which is also the title of one of his books (http://www.perfectlaborstorm.com/).

“It’s not just the homeless living out the tragedy of chronic unemployment,” Wolfe said. “The ‘Perfect Labor Storm’ puts every job and every career at risk.”

Wolfe described how disruptive technology, the Internet, globalization, and “demograplypse” – the impact of rapid demographic shifts – are converging to create unprecedented changes in the way business is conducted, workplaces are designed, jobs are defined, and work gets done. He urged his audience not to ignore what he calls the greatest employment killer of all — the accelerating pace of change.

Richmond-based non-profit Saffron Strand, Inc. organized the June 16-17 conference on the theme, “Let’s Get Serious: Skills, Jobs, and Careers as Paths Out of Homelessness and Poverty.”

Yvonne Nair, Saffron Strand founder and executive director, noted that the homeless “members” of her non-profit wanted to get back to work. However, in addition to the challenge of acquiring the necessary technical skills, they often faced other barriers to employment, including a spotty job history, criminal record, mental health or substance abuse issue, and lack of a personal support system. The homeless and others who are hard-to-employ, Nair said, comprised an extremely vulnerable population. To gain and sustain long-term employment, Saffron Strand members formed an “intentional community,” providing a support system for all members.

Judge Katherine Lucero, Superior Court of Santa Clara County, launched the second day of the conference, speaking about challenges at-risk youth faced in the legal system and gaining employment. Judge Lucero, too, emphasized how an intentional community can make be a big help for homeless, runaway, and foster-care youth as they seek education and training to enter the workforce.

In addition to the morning keynotes and plenary sessions, 15 afternoon workshops were presented by experts from business, education, health care, law, foster care, and more.

One of the most popular workshops, Nair noted, was Wolfe’s afternoon presentation about the Quality of Motivation. Wolfe confirmed that technical skills and job training were critical for re-employment, but alerted workshop participants that without basic life skills and self-esteem training, re-employment efforts would probably fail.

According to Wolfe, a certified Quality of Motivation specialist, a lack of understanding about motivation unintentionally sustains chronic unemployment, hindering the homeless, hard-to-employ, and long-term unemployed from getting back to work. Wolfe cited a large safety study that showed how employees, immediately after training, had higher rates of accidents.

“The same thing happens with other training if an individual’s quality of motivation isn’t considered,” Wolfe said. “Motivation isn’t just about high energy, intensity, and inspiration. Some people are highly motivated, yet their counter-productive habits and behaviors just keep them running in circles.”

Wolfe suggested that counter-productive motivation might be hindering re-employment initiatives. He pointed to the anonymous survey results of several Saffron Strand members, comparing them to high-potential job candidates in the workplace.

“These results highlight differences in the quality of motivation between our homeless members and other job applicants,” Nair said. “So Quality of Motivation testing may offer a new approach in helping the homeless get a job, doing work they like to do. It also may help them sustain employment, build or rebuild a career, and eventually climb out of poverty.”

Nair and Wolfe are hoping to pilot a homeless study using the Quality of Motivation program. Each volunteer would complete a 30-day personal formation process to identify and reduce counter-productive habits and prepare him or her for re-entry into the workforce. If possible, results would be shared at next year’s conference. Organizations interested in participating can contact Dr. Wolfe or Ms. Nair.

“This year’s Conference was our best ever,” Nair said. “I feel like our ‘employment-first’ message is gaining traction with those across the country who work with the homeless and other vulnerable populations.”

Building on this year’s event, Nair noted that Saffron Strand’s 2015 Conference is already in the works. “We hope to report how the Quality of Motivation program can be used in an intentional community setting to increase long-term employment.”

For more about Saffron Strand, please visit http://saffronstrand.org or contact Yvonne Nair (tel. 510.275.9594, e-mail yvonne(at)saffronstrand(dot)org).







Inmar Releases Findings from 2014 Shopper Behavior Study

(PRWEB) June 06, 2014

Inmar, a company that operates intelligent commerce networks, today announced findings from its 2014 Shopper Behavior Study. The study shows that shoppers are ramping up their use of technology to speed and enhance their shopping experience. Responses from survey participants indicate that shoppers across all demographics now rely on multiple modes of technology to personalize their shopping experience, gather information, and save time and money.

Shoppers are using technology in a number of ways, with 66 percent using it to find a retail store; 60 percent using their smartphones, computers and tablets to compare prices across websites and features across products; while 65 percent look online for coupons to use in store. Sixty-four percent of shoppers also go online to look for information on upcoming sales and 55 percent digitally “clip” coupons.

Promotion use is very much at the center of shoppers’ efforts to economize their physical efforts and stretch budgets. Shoppers are acquiring and redeeming a greater variety of offer types. Almost all of the survey participants (96%) reported using coupons in the prior three months when shopping in store for groceries, household supplies, healthcare items or personal care products. At the same time, 43 percent of shoppers used more coupons in 2013 than they did in 2012. Those shoppers demonstrating the highest engagement with promotions were Millennials, Hispanic shoppers and shoppers with children in their household.

This use of promotions is being driven in large part, by shoppers’ willingness to leverage multiple sources to find relevant offers. Shoppers overall are regularly using, on average, 5.8 methods to discover and acquire coupons, combining both traditional and digital methods. While the majority of shoppers (66%) perceive that retailers and brands are trying to reach them with relevant content, there is growing demand for more targeted and personalized digital engagement, as 70 percent want coupons emailed to them for products they normally buy.

“As shoppers are growing more active and diverse in their efforts to acquire offers and gather information to make their shopping faster and ‘smarter,’ marketers must distribute dynamic content using a multi-channel approach in order to engage a variety of market segments,” says Inmar Chairman and CEO David Mounts. He adds that, “With shoppers seeking more personalized interaction from retailers and brands, it is critical that trading partners find an effective, scalable means to deliver relevant content – on a consistent basis – to those shoppers with demonstrated purchase potential.”  

Inmar will be hosting a webinar proving an overview of findings from the study on Thursday, June 19 beginning at 3:30p.m. Eastern Time. The program is entitled “Exploring the Not-So-Secret Lives of Shoppers” and will be presented by Devora Rogers, Senior Director, Retail Marketing Insights and Nicole Steward-Streng, Manager, Shopper Insights. In addition to detailing key trends identified by the study, the webinar will also spotlight three shopper segments with significant and growing influence in the marketplace: Millennials, Hispanic shoppers and shoppers with children in their household.

Those interested in attending the hour-long webinar should click here to register.

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ABOUT THE SURVEY

The Inmar 2014 Shopper Behavior Survey was an online survey of 1,091 shoppers conducted by Inmar Analytics in January 2014. Respondents were between the ages of 18 and 69 and were identified as the primary or shared decision maker/shopper in their home. Response quotas were employed to ensure a sufficient base size of Hispanic and male shopper populations. Weighting was not applied to survey results. Survey participants were asked about 1) their shopping behavior in general, 2) how they engage with technology relative to shopping, 3) their attitudes toward promotions and 4) how they discover/acquire promotions, i.e. coupons and/or rebates.

ABOUT INMAR

Inmar is a technology company that operates intelligent commerce networks. Our platforms connect offline and online transactions in real time for leading retailers, manufacturers and trading partners across multiple industries who rely on Inmar to securely manage billions of dollars in transactions. Our Promotions, Supply Chain and Healthcare platforms enable commerce, generate meaningful data and offer growth-minded leaders actionable analytics and execution with real-time visibility. Founded in 1980, Inmar is headquartered in Winston-Salem, North Carolina with locations throughout the United States, Mexico and Canada.

For more information about Inmar’s products and services, please call 866.440.6917 or visit http://www.inmar.com.







Make Lots Of Money From Home – 5 Best Ways to Make Lots of Money Online

Make Lots Of Money From Home

Hardly is there anybody on the earth who does not wish to be rich. Everybody wants to have lots of money in their vaults. Those who have money have made it using opportunities that come their way. Making a lot of money does not require a lot of hard work. Instead, following few simple rules and tips can accomplish this task. All you need is to be dedicated in any work you do and have your foresight clean. If your visions are prominent enough and substantial, you will definitely be able to achieve them provided you chose the right path. Here are best 5 options for you on how to make a lot of money:

Sell your products or ideas to people. Share your success secrets and give them hints on how they can prosper in their relative fields. Internet provides you best platform to promote your new endeavors. Build a website and promote your own products on it. you can promote affiliate programs you are involved with, provide links for freelance work that you do, and even charge for the advertisement space you provide on it. Make Lots Of Money From Home
In case you do not have anything of your own to sell, then you can sell or advertise others products and get paid for promoting their products. This option has helped many of the people to make a lot of money and this may help you too.
Freelancing, basically, means doing work for others from your home. Write articles, blogs, or advertisements for people. Internet marketers are always in search for people who can write fresh articles that can be put on their websites and submitted to article directories. You can make a lot of money from this. Since this is freelancing, you can do some other work also at the same time and double your income.
Many people have been using eBay to make money online for years. Even today, it is the most popular way to make quick bucks. eBay is home for many shoppers as it offers unique things and good prices. You can sell your items that you have collected for years through this site. You can also hunt for things at estate sales to resell. You can even build websites or take photographs and sell those on eBay. Some people business only through eBay and earn a handsome amount.
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From Wide Receiver to Life Reformer: Helping People to Achieve Their Dreams


Denver (PRWEB) March 17, 2014

Humans are creatures of habit. They find a system that works and prefer to stick to it regardless of circumstances. Breaking free of these routines however, can reveal the benefit and prosperity of change.

In his book, “Success, Wealth, and Happiness,” former NFL player Gary Henson teaches readers to harness the power of change and utilize it to achieve life goals of any kind.

The book coaches readers through examining their life, assessing where it needs improvement and focusing on making those changes. The book serves not only as an inspirational tool, but also a functional one as it asks readers to complete specific tasks related to their personal goals.

Henson understands the predicaments of many Americans today—they want to provide security for their families, achieve success and simply be happy with themselves and their achievements.

“I want to help those people who seek to better their lives,” Henson said. “By building confidence and a positive attitude, I believe anyone can achieve the success, wealth and happiness they desire. Most people need encouragement and motivation.”

Henson seeks to instill confidence and self-assurance in each of his readers through tactics such as SAS, the Self-Assurance System. The book offers a step-by-step guide to achieving one’s goals as well support and guidance in building determination, a positive attitude and persistence.

Henson hopes that readers will develop a sense of control over their lives as well as pride in reaching their goals. He asserts that through positive thinking and a bit of planning, all readers can have the life that they desire if they are committed to their goals.

“Success, Wealth, and Happiness”

By: Gary Henson

ISBN: 9781481760317

Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and AuthorHouse online stores.

About the author

Gary formerly played in the NFL with the Philadelphia Eagles and Denver Broncos. With over 50 years of experience as a stockbroker, real estate developer and various other sales and management positions, Gary has learned how to approach finances and life goals wisely. He currently works as a part-time consultant for a technology company in Denver and is working on a new book.







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Personal Shopping Services in the US Industry Market Research Report Now Available from IBISWorld


New York, NY (PRWEB) March 18, 2014

Over the past five years, consumers have been searching for higher quality and more personalized customer care, which increasing disposable income has allowed them to pay for it. Consumers overwhelmed by an abundance of clothing choices, or too busy to shop for themselves, have sought to outsource their shopping to professionals who specialize in style consultations, wardrobe edits and a variety of other specialty shopping services. Economic recovery has brought with it a decreasing unemployment rate and increased consumer spending, giving the Personal Shopping Services industry a 4.1% boost to $ 761.7 million over the five years to 2014.

According to IBISWorld Industry Analyst Sarah Kahn, “Personal shoppers face fierce competition for their discretionary, often luxury, services.” Due to the personalized and time consuming nature of the services, the lack of universally recognized credentials and the minimal start-up costs, the industry has become crowded and fragmented. Over the past five years, employment has increased at an average annual rate of 4.0%. Additionally, department stores competing for customer satisfaction and loyalty have been contending with personal shoppers, providing their own stylists that offer many of the same services for free. Facing this competition, revenue is expected to increase at a slightly lower 3.9% rate in 2014.

A new form of competition is being perfected in the form of online services and mobile apps. “Personal shoppers are expected to struggle to compete with webpages that use algorithms and predictive analytics, extracting information from consumers’ personal spending habits to determine patterns and predict future trends,” says Kahn. As the percentage of services conducted online increases and shifts to mobile devices, new apps are expected to emerge, providing networks of stylists available through in-app messaging systems.

Setting themselves apart from department store stylists, e-commerce webpages and mobile apps, personal shoppers are expected to expand their clientele by offering lower-cost services to lower-income consumers or specialize in a more niche market. Over the next five years, revenue is expected to continue to grow, albeit at a slower rate, as post-financial-crisis consumers consider lower-cost alternatives to satisfy their personal shopping needs.

For more information, visit IBISWorld’s Personal Shopping Services in the US industry report page.

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IBISWorld industry Report Key Topics

Operators in the Personal Shopping Services in the US industry provide personal shopping services. Personal shoppers assist individuals by purchasing items on their behalf, suggesting items to purchase and providing style assistance. Personal shoppers employed by department stores (IBISWorld report 45211) and e-commerce sites (report 45411a) are not included in this industry. Personal shoppers serving corporations only are also not included in this industry.

Industry Performance

Executive Summary

Key External Drivers

Current Performance

Industry Outlook

Industry Life Cycle

Products & Markets

Supply Chain

Products & Services

Major Markets

Globalization & Trade

Business Locations

Competitive Landscape

Market Share Concentration

Key Success Factors

Cost Structure Benchmarks

Barriers to Entry

Major Companies

Operating Conditions

Capital Intensity

Key Statistics

Industry Data

Annual Change

Key Ratios

About IBISWorld Inc.

Recognized as the nation’s most trusted independent source of industry and market research, IBISWorld offers a comprehensive database of unique information and analysis on every US industry. With an extensive online portfolio, valued for its depth and scope, the company equips clients with the insight necessary to make better business decisions. Headquartered in Los Angeles, IBISWorld serves a range of business, professional service and government organizations through more than 10 locations worldwide. For more information, visit http://www.ibisworld.com or call 1-800-330-3772.







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Jack Schwager Combines the Lessons Learned from the Worlds Best Traders Into One, Easy-to-digest Volume


(PRWEB) March 03, 2014

Wall Street is populated by countless ambitious traders hoping to make a fortune by beating the market, but only a handful get to call themselves “Market Wizards.” This term, coined by hedge fund expert Jack D. Schwager more than 25 years ago, has been a part of a best-selling series of books featuring interviews with today’s greatest hedge fund managers, including Ray Dalio, Stanley Drunkenmiller, Joel Greenblatt, Paul Tudor Jones and Colm O’Shea.

In THE LITTLE BOOK OF MARKET WIZARDS: Lessons from the Greatest Traders (WILEY; February 2014; Hardcover & eBook; $ 17.09), Schwager combines the lessons learned from the world’s best traders into one, easy-to-digest volume. This book looks into the mindset and habits of highly successful traders, providing insights and tips that all traders can use to improve their results. Schwager also shares his own experience as a futures trader, as well as perspectives gleaned from three decades spent interviewing industry titans.

Peter L. Brandt, a legendary commodities trader, writes in the foreword: “What novice and aspiring market speculator would not want to spend time with and pick the brains of 59 of the world’s most successful and accomplished market speculators? That is exactly what Jack Schwager’s Market Wizards books offer, bringing to us all the insights, processes of market operations, risk management principles and key lessons from “Hall of Fame” stock, interest-rate, forex, and futures market speculators.”

Schwager identifies what separates highly successful market practitioners—the Market Wizards—from ordinary traders. Each chapter in his book focuses on a specific theme essential to market success and describes how all market participants can benefit by incorporating various proven traits, behaviors and philosophies into their own trading.

These themes include:

    Don’t be afraid to make a mistake. Each mistake, if recognized and acted upon, provides an opportunity for improving a trading approach.
    Pick a trading style that matches your personality. A sound methodology that is very successful for one trader can be a poor fit and a losing strategy for another trader.
    If you’re confident in a position, bet big. If you’re not, bet small. Estimate the probability of success and bet accordingly.
    Don’t focus on making money, focus on protecting what you have. Sometimes just doing nothing can be the best strategy if the market doesn’t present favorable opportunities.

These themes are particularly sentient today, at a time of great change for the hedge fund industry. As alternative investing strategies become available to a larger pool of investors through the proliferation of liquid alternatives, ETFs and online trading, competition in the alternative investment industry will become fiercer than ever. Traders who want to succeed and avoid making mistakes would do well to follow the lessons compiled by Schwager in The Little Book of Market Wizards.

Together, these lessons provide a blueprint for any trader that hopes to one day be a ‘Market Wizard.’

About The Author

JACK D. SCHWAGER is a recognized industry expert in futures and hedge funds and the author of a number of widely acclaimed financial books. He is currently a principal of PortfolioFit (portfoliofitadvisors.com), an advisory firm that specializes in constructing tailor-made futures and FX managed account portfolios, and the co-portfolio manager for the ADM Investor Services Diversified Strategies Fund, a portfolio of futures and FX managed accounts. Mr. Schwager is also one of the founders of Fund Seeder (Fundseeder.com), a platform designed to find undiscovered trading talent worldwide and connect unknown successful traders with sources of investment capital.

Mr. Schwager is the inventor of the Jack Schwager Commodity Index (JSCI) family, a set of dynamically adjusted commodity indexes that incorporate spread structure, systematic inputs, and volatility-based risk adjustments. The indexes are scheduled to be launched in early 2014 in cooperation with Aquantum AG and UBS.

Mr. Schwager is the author of: Market Wizards (1989), The New Market Wizards (1992), Stock Market Wizards (2001), Hedge Fund Market Wizards (2012) and Market Sense and Nonsense (2012). He is also the author of the three-volume Schwager on Futures series and Getting Started in Technical Analysis.







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