Ellis Traub is the former chairman of Investware Corporation and author of “Take Stock: A Roadmap to Profiting From Your First Walk Down Wall Street” (Kaplan Business, 2000), now in its third printing and published in Japan.
Area of Expertise: Fundamental analysis, software development, investment education
Twitter Feed: @_ellist
Topics Presented in Speeches: Successful fundamental investing for amateur investors
Ellis Traub is the founder and former chairman of Investware Corp. (which merged with ICLUBCentral in 2003) He developed and produced Investor’s Toolkit, the official software product for NAIC/Better-Investing, and contributed an SI Pro screen (Investware Quality/Growth) that consistently beats the S&P 500 index. He graduated from Harvard in 1952 and from Cornell in 1958. Traub was an all-weather fighter pilot in the U.S. Marine Corps and a captain at Eastern Air Lines for 31 years. Traub won the AAII Pro-Pix contest in 2001.
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The range valuations a stock has traded at over the past several years can be used to determine if the current price is high or low.
October 2015 | Journal
Stock Fundamentals: For evaluating management's skill at making use of a company's equity, ROE is the preferred metric. However, it must mean precisely the same thing to everyone who uses it.
July 2001 | Journal