Chuck Epstein (firstname.lastname@example.org) has held senior-level marketing communications positions at the New York Futures Exchange, Chicago Mercantile Exchange, Russell Investments, Principal Financial, Zacks Investment Research and Lind-Waldock.
He is the author of the memoir, You Don’t Think I’m Beautiful (2016); How 401(k) Fees Destroy Wealth and What Investors Can Do To Protect Themselves (2012); Managed Futures in the Institutional Portfolio (1992); and The Handbook of Corporate Earnings Analysis (1994). He also has written by-lined articles for over 50 financial publications.
In 2009, this blog (http://theprogressiveinvestor.org) won first place in the best small blog category from the Society of American Business Editors & Writers (SABEW). Recently, he had an op-ed published (his second) in Barron’s on the need for mutual fund companies to designate a shareholder advocate to assure that shareholders’ interests are represented and protected.
He also won writing awards from the Mutual Fund Education Alliance (MFEA) in 2006, 2007, and 2008 for writing the best broker-dealer and/or shareholder newsletters in the large mutual fund category class. He holds a MA in Communications and a BA in Journalism from the University of Illinois, Urbana. He can be reached at email@example.com
Chuck Epstein Editorial Experience
You Don’t Think I’m Beautiful, 2016
How 401(k) Fees Destroy Wealth and Investors Can Do To Protect Themselves, 2012
Managed Futures in the Institutional Portfolio, Editor, published by John Wiley & Sons, New York; April 1992.
Handbook of Corporate Earnings Expectations Analysis, Company Performance and Stock Market Evaluation, Editor, published by Probus Publishing, Chicago; March 1994.
Building Capital & Managing Risk, co-writer, Northern Trust Company, 1996.
Print periodicals in which by-lined articles have appeared
Investing Online (Editor/Publisher)
Treasury & Risk Management
Multinational Business, an Economist publication
Interactive Financial Services (Contributing Editor)
Pensions & Investment Age Magazine (Associate Editor)
Financial Planning on Wall Street
Global Investment Technology
Wall Street & Technology
Futures & Options World
Inversiones Magazine (Venezuela)
Financial Times of London
Best Years Magazine
The Public Relations Journal
Derivatives Strategy & Tactics
Crain’s Chicago Business
Chicago Life Magazine
Best Years Magazine
Lens on Campus
Selling Sporting Goods
The Sporting News
Managed Account Reports
Interactive Investor Relations (Editor)
Plan Sponsor Magazine
The Money Review
The Money Market Encyclopedia, Harper & Row Publishers, 1983
Building Owners Management Association