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Frank A. Cappiello, one of the country's leading financial analysts, will be the guest speaker at the Old Dominion University Economics Club of Hampton Roads luncheon Wednesday, Nov. 13.

Co-sponsored by Old Dominion's College of Business and Public Administration, the luncheon will begin at noon and costs $30 for nonmembers. It will be held at the Sheraton Waterside Hotel in downtown Norfolk. Due to limited space, reservations are required.

Cappiello is president of McCullough, Andrews & Cappiello, Inc., a large investment counseling firm with offices in San Francisco and Baltimore. An expert on the national economy and a recognized authority on investments, Cappiello has an extensive background in economics. He was formerly the chief investment officer for an insurance holding company and
research director of a major stock brokerage firm. Cappiello also helped establish a successful venture capital fund and is a founder and past director of The Bank of Maryland, a small business commercial bank which later became part of BB&T Corp., a $44 billion bank holding company.

Best known to television viewers as a regular panelist on the PBS television series "Wall Street Week with Louis Rukeyser," Cappiello appeared on the program from its premiere in November 1970 to its final broadcast in March 2002. He is now a regular panelist on Rukeyser's weekly CNBC program, "Lou Rukeyser's Wall Street." Cappiello has also been a frequent guest on "Good Morning America," CNN's "Money Line" and CNN Financial's "Market Sweep."

Cappiello has written four books, including "Finding the Next Superstock," which sets forth a blueprint for discovering the Wal-Marts and Microsofts of the future. Currently a Distinguished Visiting Professor of finance at Loyola College in Maryland, he has also been a faculty member at Johns Hopkins University. Cappiello is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and Harvard University's Graduate School of Business Administration.

For more information or to make reservations, call 683-4058.

This article was posted on: October 28, 2002

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