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About Neil Macneale

Neil Macneale is a Registered Investment Advisor and Editor of the 2 for 1 newsletter (

A retired General Contractor, Neal Macneale has had a passion for stock market investing for over 25 years. His family's retirement account had been in the hands of a money manager who was a "value" investor of the Buffet and Graham school. Although the account did well, in early 1996, Neil Macneale acted on a desire to get back into the active management of his IRA account. Studying a theory of stock picking that involved companies who announced 2 for 1 splits, he developed a procedure for picking and managing stocks that showed promise. Numerous test portfolios were tried and, at the end of July 1996, $50,000 was invested in a real IRA account that reflected the best of the test portfolios. Each month, a statement of that account is published on the last page of the 2 for 1 newsletter.

About 2 for 1

The 2 for 1 newsletter offers a stock picking method using the signal provided by recently-announced stock splits. It follows its own recommendations in a real IRA account that exactly mirrors the 2 for 1 selections.

2 for 1 is designed for IRAs, Roth IRAs, college funds or other savings accounts, and provides a consistent and easy-to-follow portfolio management procedure.

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The above description was assembled using information from the publisher's site. All registered or unregistered trademarks referenced herein are the property of their respective owners, and no trademark rights to the same are claimed.

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