Barry Rehfeld is a freelance writer, author and former securities analyst. His articles on business and finance have appeared in The New York Times, Kiplinger's, Traders and other publications. He's the author of Home Sweet Zero Energy Home, a book about super energy efficient homes, and co-author of The New Crowd, a book about Wall Street. A native New Yorker, he holds an MBA from Pace University and a B.S. from NYU.
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