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Marvin Appel originally trained as an anesthesiologist at Harvard Medical School and Johns Hopkins Hospital. He concurrently earned a PhD in Biomedical Engineering from Harvard University. However, in 1996 he changed careers and joined his father in the field of investment management, where he has been able to put his engineering and computer training to work in analyzing the stock market. He is now CEO of Appel Asset Management in Great Neck, NY, which manages more than $45 million in client assets in mutual funds, exchange-traded funds, and individual stocks and bonds using active asset allocation strategies.
Dr. Appel’s book Investing with Exchange-Traded Funds Made Easy, now in its second edition, was published by FT Press and was featured on CNBC’s Closing Bell show. Dr. Appel and his father have also written Beating the Market, Three Months at a Time, published by FT Press and released in January 2008.
Dr. Appel is the editor of Systems and Forecasts, a highly regarded newsletter on technical analysis that his father, Gerald Appel, started in 1973. He is also a regular contributor to Investment News. Dr. Appel has been a regular contributor to Dental Economics and to Physician’s Money Digest. His market insights have been featured on CNBC, CNNfn, CBS Marketwatch.com, and Forbes.com. He has been invited to testify to the New York State Legislature regarding his market forecasts and has presented his investment strategies to numerous conferences, including several chapters of the American Association of Individual Investors and, most recently, at the Canadian Society of Technical Analysts at their annual meeting in Toronto.
I have many books that explain in great detail the ins and outs of different investment choices, such as mutual funds, treasury inflation protected securities (TIPS), ETFs,... Read morePublished on October 8, 2011 by Soccerfan
Dr. Marvin Appel (Son of market legend Gerald Appel) has done an excellent job with this book showing readers where to find yield in this low yielding investment climate we are in... Read morePublished on August 15, 2010 by Steve Burns