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Martin Edward Zweig (July 2, 1942 – February 18, 2013) was an American stock investor, investment adviser, and financial analyst. According to Forbes magazine, he was renowned for his "eccentric and lavish lifestyle" as well as having had the most expensive residence in the United States at the time, atop The Pierre on Fifth avenue in Manhattan.
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Published 1987 by Warner Books in New York, NY.
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ZWEIG-Martin E. With profound sadness, we. .Martin Zweig was a member of the Undergraduate Executive Board of The Wharton School and active in a number of charities. Zweig was an avid art and memorabilia collector. With profound sadness, we announce the passing of Martin (â€œMartyâ€) E. Zweig, 70, on February 18, 2013. Born in 1942 in Cleveland, Ohio, Zweig was a legendary investor, prolific. He authored two books on the financial markets, the best-selling â€œWinning on Wall Street,â€ (1986) and â€œWinning with New IRAs,â€ (1987). In 1984, he and Joe DiMenna founded Zweig-DiMenna Partners, their first of several long/short hedge funds.