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Wall Street Revalued

Author : Andrew Smithers
ISBN : 9780470685105
Genre : Business & Economics
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In 2000 one of the world’s foremost economists, Andrew Smithers, showed that the US stock market was widely over-priced at its peak and correctly advised investors to sell. He also argued that central bankers should adjust their policies not only in light of expected inflation but also if stock prices reach excessive levels. At the time, few economists agreed with him, today it is hard to find those who would disagree. In the past central bankers have denied that markets can be valued and that it did not matter if they fell. These two intellectual mistakes are the fundamentals cause of the current financial market crisis. In addition, a lack of understanding by investors as to how to value the market has also resulted in widespread losses. It is clearly of great importance to everyone that neither these losses nor the current financial chaos should be repeated and thus that the principle of asset valuation should be widely understood. In this timely and thought-provoking sequel to the hugely successful Valuing Wall Street Andrew Smithers puts forward a coherent and testable economic theory in order to influence investors, pension consultants and central bankers policy decisions so that thy may prevent history repeating itself. Backed by theory and substantial evidence Andrew shows that assets can be valued, as financial markets are neither perfectly efficient nor absurd casinos.
Category: Business & Economics

International Political Economy

Author : James H. Nolt
ISBN : 9781135994372
Genre : Business & Economics
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"This book offers a completely new and unique introduction to the economics of international relations. It treats all the traditional major themes of international relations theory while giving each a refreshing new twist with the incorporation of the influence of private power, particularly in the realm of war and peace. It reframes the history of the modern global economy and politics by thoroughly purging the myth of the market, a systematic blindness to private power. It not only draws on, but also illuminates major themes and empirical findings of comparative politics, business history, business strategy, business cycle theory, social evolutionary theory as well as the practical wisdom of traders and investors. This book presents a refreshing and exciting portrayal of the global economy which challenges every major subject from money to markets to the business cycle. This book eschews the economics of dull averages to restore the drama of contending business forces, struggling for wealth and, in the process, influencing war and peace"--
Category: Business & Economics

Templeton S Way With Money

Author : Alasdair Nairn
ISBN : 9781118239216
Genre : Business & Economics
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The enduring legacy of a legendary investor Called the "greatest stock picker of the century" by Moneymagazine, legendary fund manager Sir John Templeton is rememberedas one of the world's foremost investors, known for his pioneeringinsights and phenomenal investment performance over a professionalcareer which spanned more than half a century. Templeton’s Way with Money provides a unique,professional 21st century appraisal of what made this formidableinvestor the success he was—and why his methods remain asvalid today as they were during his long and successfullifetime. Written by two investment experts, one of whom worked closelywith Sir John for ten years, and drawing on previously unpublisheddocuments, the book explains in detail how John Templeton's simplebut effective investment philosophy of riding out the ups and downsof the market cycle continues to be as relevant as ever forprofessional and private investors alike. Key features include: A fresh and detailed reappraisal, drawing on a number ofpreviously unpublished documents, of the philosophy which Templetonapplied to the two phase of his investment career—first as aninvestment counsel, and latterly as the most successful global fundmanager of his generation A detailed and original study of the performance of theTempleton Growth Fund, demonstrating in detail how Templetonachieved the Holy Grail of investment—above average returnswith below average risk First hand accounts from former colleagues of their experiencein working with Templeton—including those of author AlasdairNairn's ten-year career working with and for the investmentmanagement organization that was Templeton's life work Proprietary and original research which explains whyTempleton's seemingly simple investment philosophy is sure toproduce exceptional returns if implemented effectively Current market conditions make Templeton's contrarian investmentmethod of profiting from pessimism particularly relevant today, andthis book a must-read for anyone working with investments.
Category: Business & Economics

Practical Risk Management

Author : Erik Banks
ISBN : 9780470869369
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 73.9 MB
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A proven way to manage risk in today's business world Understanding how the risk process works is a critical concept that business professionals must come to learn. For those who must understand the fundamentals of risk management quickly, without getting caught up in jargon, theory, mathematics, and formulas, Practical Risk Management is the perfect read. Written in a clear, fast-paced and easily digestible style, this book explains the practical challenges associated with risk management and how-by focusing on accountability, governance, risk appetite, liquidity, client risks, automated and manual processes, tools and diagnostics-they can be overcome. After finishing this book, readers will have a solid understanding of the risk process, know which issues/questions are of critical importance, and be able to determine how their specific risk problems can be minimized or avoided. Erik Banks (Redding, CT) is currently Chief Risk Officer for Element Re. Prior to that he spent several years at Merrill Lynch in market/credit risk management roles in London, Tokyo, Hong Kong, and the United States. He is also adjunct Professor of Finance at the University of Connecticut, where he teaches MBA students. Richard Dunn (London, UK) works for Merrill Lynch. He single-handedly restructured Merrill Lynch's risk function post in 1998 into its current form.
Category: Business & Economics

The Road To Recovery

Author : Andrew Smithers
ISBN : 9781118515662
Genre : Business & Economics
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Category: Business & Economics

Time

Author : Briton Hadden
ISBN : UOM:39015036586496
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Report

Author : United States. Securities and Exchange Commission. Special Study of Securities Markets
ISBN : MINN:31951002460708P
Genre : Securities
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Category: Securities

A City Of Broken Glass

Author : Rebecca Cantrell
ISBN : 9781429946438
Genre : Fiction
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In Rebecca Cantrell's A City of Broken Glass, journalist Hannah Vogel is in Poland with her son Anton to cover the 1938 St. Martin festival when she hears that 12,000 Polish Jews have been deported from Germany. Hannah drops everything to get the story on the refugees, and walks directly into danger. Kidnapped by the SS, and driven across the German border, Hannah is rescued by Anton and her lover, Lars Lang, who she had presumed dead two years before. Hannah doesn't know if she can trust Lars again, with her heart or with her life, but she has little choice. Injured in the escape attempt and wanted by the Gestapo, Hannah and Anton are trapped with Lars in Berlin. While Hannah works on an exit strategy, she helps to search for Ruth, the missing toddler of her Jewish friend Paul, who was disappeared during the deportation. Trapped in Nazi Germany with her son just days before Kristallnacht, the Night of Broken Glass, Hannah knows the dangers of staying any longer than needed. But she can't turn her back on this one little girl, even if it plunges her and her family into danger. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
Category: Fiction

Wall Street Made Simple

Author : Merle E. Dowd
ISBN : PSU:000055160612
Genre : Education
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From no-load mutual funds to tax-free municipal bonds, T-Bills to securities, stocks to debt instruments, Wall Street Made Simple is a complete consumer guide for the conservative, novice investor. It provides sound and thoughtful advice on the world of finance to help the reader gain the confidence to undertake a long-term investment plan.
Category: Education

Security Analysis On Wall Street

Author : Jeffrey C. Hooke
ISBN : PSU:000044156480
Genre : Business & Economics
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Security Analysis on Wall Street The principles of investing have always been simple: buy low, sell high. The information needed to make these potentially lucrative decisions, however, is often hard to find, difficult to decipher, and not always reliable. This authoritative new book is the essential reference for students who want to learn the rational, rigorous analysis that is still the most successful way to evaluate securities. Security Analysis on Wall Street explains how the values of common stocks are really determined in today's marketplace and takes a comprehensive look at the entire security evaluation process, as well as the major valuation techniques currently being used by Wall Street professionals. Beginning with an overview of the environment in which stocks are issued, researched, bought, and sold, Hooke examines the roles of the various players, the rules of the markets, and the activities surrounding initial public offerings. He then probes the intricacies of analyzing and reporting on securities with proven methods for evaluating the merits of a stock. This sophisticated yet straightforward system teaches students how to assess profitable firms; understand marginal performers, leveraged buyouts, and corporate takeovers; and-most importantly-to break down different analyses and get the big answers: Is the security fairly valued, and why or why not? "A welcome successor to Graham and Dodd's Security Analysis." -Barron's
Category: Business & Economics

Productivity And The Bonus Culture

Author : Andrew Smithers
ISBN : 9780192573124
Genre : Business & Economics
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Living standards in the UK and US are in danger of falling. A decline in growth due to poor productivity and an unfavourable change in demography has weakened the stand of liberal democracy, and voter dissatisfaction is encouraging populist policies that threaten even worse outcomes. Whilst living standards once grew faster than productivity they now grow more slowly, and the working population is no longer growing faster than the population as a whole. To avoid falling living standards the productivity problem must be addressed. Andrew Smithers argues that faster productivity does not depend, as many suggest, on technology; it also relies on investment. Current growth theory is based on a faulty model which has induced pessimism about our ability to encourage more growth. Productivity and the Bonus Culture sets out a revised model which demonstrates that weakness in productivity is the result of the bonus culture, and suggests ways to change this flawed system so that investment is encouraged and growth returns.
Category: Business & Economics

Nightmare On Wall Street

Author : Martin Mayer
ISBN : UOM:49015001415042
Genre : Business & Economics
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A look at the crimes of Salomon Brothers describes how its top executives, thinking they could write their own rules, manipulated the government bond market in a $10 million scandal. 60,000 first printing. National ad/promo.
Category: Business & Economics

New Reality Of Wall Street

Author : Donald Coxe
ISBN : 0071450912
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 75.43 MB
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"Don Coxe has provided an excellent survival guide for understanding the financial markets of the 21st century."--David Hale, global economist, Hale Advisors LLC The New Reality of Wall Street explains what went wrong in the 2000-2002 markets, and what investors can do to build a solid portfolio amid the turbulence and fear that still grips much of investing. This important book also discusses strategies to recoup losses, where to find the best new investment opportunities, and much more.
Category: Business & Economics

Black And White On Wall Street

Author : Joseph Jett
ISBN : UCSC:32106015004085
Genre : Business & Economics
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Wall Street's most successful African American trader relates how he was falsely accused of recording $350 million in phony profits
Category: Business & Economics