During a career spanning nearly a quarter century, Tom Saler has worked closely with editors and portfolio managers to shape pieces for diverse audiences. His copy is crisp, lively, insightful — and delivered on time.
Saler is the author of three investment books and has written hundreds of articles for prestigious financial publications, including Barron’s and Bloomberg. Tom’s “Historical Perspectives” column has appeared in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel since 1994.
He also co-authored a script for the “Secrets of the Great Investors” series narrated by Louis Rukeyser and has shared his investment expertise on The Today Show, CNN, and NPR, as well as on numerous local television and radio programs.
A member of the Society of Professional Journalists and the Society of Business Editors and Writers, Saler taught investment classes at Marquette University for seven years. His story on local governments (“States of Despair,” Bloomberg Wealth Manager, June 2003) won a bronze medal from the American Society of Business Publication Editors.
Saler’s latest book — a critically acclaimed biography of the conductor Carlo Maria Giulini — was published by the University of Illinois Press in 2010.
Areas of specialty include:
- Shareholder reports
- Mutual fund profiles
- Educational brochures
- News releases
- Portfolio manager Q & A’s
- Market commentaries
- Sales inserts
- PowerPoint presentations
- Annual reports
Published clips are available upon request.