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Expert moves for your portfolio.

For many investors, 1999 was a great year, especially if you owned technology stocks. The Nasdaq composite index--heavy with tech shares--recorded one of its best years ever. And while the Dow Jones industrial average and Standard & Poor's 500 stock index didn't soar nearly as much, they both notched up double-digitreturns for the year, extending the current market.

But will 2000 be the year of the big correction, when former high-flying investments crash and burn? Certainly there are reasons--among them the threat of inflation--to be wary. What are the best moves to make to shield your holdings? Next month, in the pages of our annual investment guide, we'll tell you how to prosper in all potential market environments. First, we've gathered our semiannual investment roundtable, comprised of African American professional investors, to tell you what will be hot in 2000 and beyond.

We'll also examine how a prominent African American asset management firm handles retirement funds and delve into its investment philosophy. And we continue our Declaration of Financial Empowerment series and reveal the secrets to DOFE principle No. 4: how to measure your personal net worth.

Also, we'll show you how an executive coach can give your career a boost. And in part four of our business management series, we'll detail when it's time to start hiring employees and turn your one-person business into a full-fledged enterprise.
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