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Marc Barhonovich, Editor and Portfolio Manager, is a Wall Street veteran and has been a private investor for over 20 years. Marc served as Vice President of Investments for more than 13 years with Shearson Lehman and Dean Witter. Marc's outstanding track record allowed him to manage over $50 million in assets before moving into the private sector. His revolutionary investment systems used to create the Mainscale portfolio is featured in his stock market newsletters and have outperformed the S&P by a very impressive margin. ...Read More

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