Julius Westheimer brings to the business of investing not just the experience and insights of an octogenarian sage but the warmth and candor that have so endeared him to our television audience. In a business where juveniles claim infallibility after a couple of years of getting lucky, Westy reminds us that nobody’s perfect (even your friendly neighborhood stockbroker) but that patience and common sense are two of the most effective weapons in anyone’s portfolio.
-LOUIS RUKEYSER, host Wall $treet Week With Louis Rukeyser and editor in chief Louis Rukeyser’s Wall Street and Louis Rukeyser’s Mutual Funds
Authoritative, fact-filled, and easy to read, Generation of Wealth is a valuable and useful guide for all investors, especially novices. By digesting the book’s contents, investors not only benefit from Julius Westheimer’s wisdom and years of experience in the complex world of finance. They practically gain their own private broker.
-DR. CARLA HAYDEN, Director,
Enoch Pratt Free Library and Library Journal “1995 Librarian of the Year”[F]or those interested in a nontechnical introduction to investing from a pro, this is a good place to start.
Julius Westheimer’s new book delivers! Some fascinating insights from a real “pro” on how to make money in stocks and bonds and, more importantly, how to keep it!
-FRANK CAPPIELLO, Chairman, Cappiello-Rushmore Mutual Funds and President, McCullough, Andrews & Cappiello, Inc., Investment Advisors
Just the kind of lucid, articulate, and sensible book I’d expect from Julius Westheimer.
-SUSAN LAUBACH, investment counselor and author of The Whole Kitt & Caboodle:
A Painless Journey to Investment Enlightenment
The cool financial wisdom of 80-year-old Julius Westheimer makes that bright sunlight more bearable.
-BALTIMORE magazine, on Westheimer’s morning weekday commentary on WBAL-TV