Contributor biographical information for Online investing bible / Jill Gilbert, Thomas S. Gray, and Claire Mencke.

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About the Authors Jill Gilbert has a law degree and a CPA degree, but has quit her day job to pursue writing, computer technology, and amateur photography. She is currently completing requirements for the patent-law bar certification. Her current investment goals center around educating her three kids, Tara, Julia, and Daniel. Thomas S. Gray is a journalist and author who has written on business, technology, and other fields for a number of publications, including Investor's Business Daily, the Los Angeles Times, and Tech Week magazine, where he writes a biweekly stock market column. Born in Southern California, he was educated at Stanford University and UCLA, headed the editorial pages at the Daily News in Los Angeles, and later was senior editor at Investor's Business Daily. He is the author of two other books for IDG Books Worldwide: Investing Online for Dummies Quick Reference (2000) and, with Claire Mencke, Teach Yourself Investing Online (1999). He lives in Oak Park, California with his wife, Barbara Bronson Gray, and their two children, Jonathan and Katie. Claire Mencke is a financial writer for Investor's Business Daily, where she has covered a wide range of subjects including bonds, small cap stocks, mutual funds, and investment strategies. She has also been a securities analyst for Value Line and Tanaka Capital Management. With Bryan Pfaffenberger, she coauthored The Savvy Investor's Internet Resource (IDG Books Worldwide, 1996) and, with Thomas S. Gray, Teach Yourself Investing Online (IDG Books Worldwide, 1999). She has an MBA in finance from Pace University's Lubin School of Business.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Electronic trading of securities.
Investments -- Computer network resources.
Investments -- Information services.