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Hewitt Heiserman

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Hewitt Heiserman Jr.
Copyright 2007 by Hewitt Heiserman Jr. All rights reserved.


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Copyright 2007 by Hewitt Heiserman Jr. All rights reserved.


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"In a single, easy to use index, Hewitt Heiserman captures the essence of growth and value-a most insightful approach to stock picking."
"Clear and engaging, Heiserman shows how to easily evaluate a growth company's investment potential for both conservative and aggressive investors. The result? "Hewitt Heiserman's innovative financial analysis techniques goes a long way towards providing an investor with an extra edge in identifying the growth stocks of tomorrow without being unduly exposed to excessive investment risk today." "In a clear, sound and practical way, Heiserman provides an investment road map that enhances the odds of your becoming a successful long-term investor." "Heiserman shows investors how to uncover Wall Street earnings quackery and frauds. Hewitt Heiserman has crafted an easy read, basic tutorial on avoiding the most common mistakes caused by accounting phony baloney-combined with some age old investment wisdom. Mandatory for the intermediate investor!" Copyright 2007 by Hewitt Heiserman Jr. All rights reserved.


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Hewitt Heiserman Jr. conceived the Earnings Power Chart, which is the subject of his book It's Earnings That Count (McGraw-Hill, 2004).
He also writes a column on earnings power for RealMoney.com (subscription required). A financial analyst for 20 years, Mr. Heiserman is a member of the Boston Security Analyst Society and the CFA Institute. He has been quoted in TheStreet.com, The Wall Street Journal, BusinessWeek, CBS MarketWatch, Business 2.0, Better Investing, The Motley Fool, Complete Growth Investor, Barron's, and the Haverford Trust Company Adviser. Mr. Heiserman has spoken to the New York Society of Security Analysis, the Boston Security Analysts Society, Babson Investment Management Association, the American Association of Individual Investors, Fidelity Management & Research, Complete Growth Investor, Bryant College and Franklin-Templeton Group on "Ben Graham and the Growth Investor. He also serves as an instructor for Gerson-Lehrman Group. Mr. Heiserman graduated from The Haverford School (1978) and Kenyon College (1982) with Distinction in History. He was also awarded Kenyon's Faculty Award for Distinguished Achievement. Mr. Heiserman is vice-president of an open land foundation. Copyright 2007 by Hewitt Heiserman Jr. All rights reserved.


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"He has a wonderful sense of the history of Wall Street," says Hewitt Heiserman, of earningspower.com and author of "It's Earnings that Count.""He's seen the good times and the bad." Good enough reason, especially given the economic environment and the rollout of earnings of varying quality, to check in with Oglove, who lives in San Francisco. As anybody who ever has talked with Oglove knows, he doesn't speak in sound bites, so the following is a paraphrased version of our discussion:


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