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SPEAKER Finn, Ed Ed Finn is the editor and president of Barron's, the Dow Jones business and financial weekly. He joined Dow Jones as a national copyreader for The Wall Street Journal in 1980, then moved to the foreign desk as editor, then to the Dallas bureau as a banking and finance reporter. Mr. Finn left to join Forbes as a senior editor, covering international business and finance, and later became an assistant managing editor. From 1990 to 1992, he was the editor of American Banker, a daily trade newspaper. Mr. Finn re-joined Dow Jones in 1993 as the managing editor of Barron's and was named editor of the magazine in 1995. He assumed additional responsibilities as the president of Barron's in 1998. Mr. Finn earned a Bachelor's degree in English and political science from Tufts University and a Master's degree in international banking and finance from Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs.

SPEAKER Kahn, Michael Michael Kahn has been working with charts and technical analysis since 1986 and currently writes the weekly "Getting Technical" column for Barron's Online. He also publishes a daily newsletter, Quick Takes Pro (, covering all markets but with a focus on the equities market. Mr. Kahn was formerly chief technical analyst for BridgeNews and a regular on such financial programs as Nightly Business Report, Yahoo! Finance Vision, and WebFN. He has written three books on technical analysis, most recently The Beginners Guide to Charting Financial Markets, and his books are published in five languages.

SPEAKER Miller, Peter Peter Miller is the former director of Statistics for Barron's for 15 years, where he coordinated the production and quality assurance of the statistics for the magazine. He had 34 years of experience with Dow Jones & Company, 19 of which were spent with The Wall Street Journal working on statistical pages in production, layout, and design. In 1992, Mr. Miller was a point person on a project team that created the first statistical pagination system used by The Wall Street Journal. He served as project manager from 1998 to 1999 for the Hermes/Unisys pagination system currently used by Barron's and The Wall Street Journal. Mr. Miller has spent the past 15 years analyzing Barron's statistics and how they relate to the market. He has spoken at MoneyShows around the country for the past 10 years and speaks regularly at the AAII Investor Conference and many regional chapters across the country.

SPEAKER Ahern, Michael Michael Ahern is vice president of operations for Barron's, where he is responsible for coordinating business efforts for the news, advertising, and circulation departments. Prior to moving to Barron's in 1999, Mr. Ahern was director of circulation and planning and customer service for Dow Jones print publications. He has over 19 years' experience in the circulation department at the Wall Street Journal and Barron's. Mr. Ahern has an MBA from the University of Hartford and a BS in mathematics from Western New England College.