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James K. Glassman is a resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, a Washington think tank, and host of TechCentralStation, a Web site focused on issues of technology and public policy that is sponsored by various corporations and trade associations. He is also a member of Intel Corp.'s policy advisory board. Glassman is the author of "Secret Code of the Superior Investor" (2002).
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James K. Glassman is no longer writing his financial column for The Washington Post. As he explained in his last column on July 25, "I have decided to dive into a project that I have been thinking about for a long, long time -- creating an organization to educate America's 50 million investing families and stick up for their interests, a group that may, if it's successful, be something like the AARP."

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