We are pleased to announce the relocation of our Baltimore office to the World Trade Center Baltimore.
World Trade Center
401 E. Pratt Street, Suite 312
Baltimore, Maryland 21202
The Baltimore World Trade Center was designed by world renowned architect I.M. Pei who also designed the iconic Louvre Pyramids in Paris, the National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C. and the Bank of China Tower in Hong Kong.  We look forward to seeing you physically and or virtually. All electronic and voice communications will remain the same.

The Foundation Reading Corner encourages Fellows to critique the
books that have been recommended to them in each issue, Fr this
Issue, Me. Gar recommends “Short Selig for the Long Term: How
2 Combination of Short and Long Positions Leads to Investing
success,” by Joseph Parnes, President of Technomart which is
considered to be one of the top investment advisories in the
United States. in what could become one of the leading blueprints
for investing, Parnes describes the philosophy and methods he
used to obtain consistent returns in the stock market by applying an understandable formula. Parnes also provides insights into the difference between option trading and shorting which make his
system useful in both a bull market-one that is on the rise and
where the economy is sound-and a bear market, which exists in
In value, Within this framework, Parnes teaches the reader how to
oft in bear market and learn the secrets of long-term short
selling strategy among other strategies,

Joseph Parnes, President of Technomart Investment Advisors featured in Barrons’ 2012 Money Poll cover article “Bye-Bye, Bull?” by Jacqueline Doherty, October 27th 2012

Joseph Parnes feature interview in the Wall Street Transcript “A Customized Investment Strategy Focused on Growth Companies”
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In the 1968 movie, 2001: A Space Odyssey, the spaceship’s advanced cognitive computer, HAL — which is “foolproof and incapable of error” — suffers a malfunction that leads to the derailment of the mission. International Business Machines Corp. (IBM) has been commonly associated with the naming of HAL (attributable to movie myth), but in reality IBM’s enhanced

Massachusetts-based Biogen Inc., founded in 1978, focuses globally on the research, development and manufacturing of products to combat various neurological and neurodegenerative diseases.