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Founder and President of American Asset Management, Inc., is a Investment Advisor Representative with over 20 years of hands on business and investment management experience. Mr. Rubinstein's career includes the founding of the largest manufacturer of shower stalls in the United States (American Shower & Bath, Corp.) and then selling the company to Masco Corporation, a Fortune 500 company (MAS; NYSE), five years of executive management and mergers and acquisitions work with MASCO and participation as the operational partner at Sun Capital, one of the largest private equity firms in the United States, specializing in the turnarounds of both private and public companies. Possessing significant stock market valuation and income expertise, Mr. Rubinstein has been advising individuals and corporations on their investments and 401(k) plans since 1994. Mr. Rubinstein has also been at the forefront of providing independent advice on section 529 College savings Plans.

Mr. Rubinstein has served on various committees for Pine Crest School and B’nai Torah Congregation, is a past member of Young Presidents Organization (YPO) and TEC and was honored as an INC. Magazine Entrepreneur of the year in 1992. Mr. Rubinstein received his Bachelor of Science with a concentration in Business Management from Syracuse University.

You may listen to Mr. Rubinstein on the radio Monday through Friday at 11:30 AM 740 WSBR-AM. You can also listen on the web at www.wsbrradio.com. You may contact Julian Rubinstein at 561-955-8500.



Jo Ann Zahler joined American Asset Management in 2004 and handles all administrative functions for the firm. Jo Ann is the point person for all daily client communication and requests such as account balances and wire transfers. Jo Ann also prepares all of the reports for client meetings and any monthly mailings. In addition, she is responsible for the accurate processing of all trade aways and new account applications and transfers.