Equity Valuation, Risk and Investment: A Practitioner's Roadmap

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John Wiley and Sons, Mar 8, 2010 - Business & Economics - 336 pages
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Author Peter Stimesís analysis of the investment process has long been inspired by some of the best minds in the world of finance, yet some of the ways in which he approaches this discipline are truly unique. In Equity Valuation, Risk, and Investment, Stimes shares his extensive expertise with you and reveals how practitioners can integrate and apply both the theory and quantitative analysis found in finance to the day-to-day decisions they must make with regard to important investment issues.
  

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Contents

InflationProtected Ronds as a Valuation Template
8
CHAPTER 3
22
CHAPTER 4
46
APPENDIX
56
CHAPTER 5
65
CHAPTER 6
91
CHAPTER 7
109
CHAPTER 8
132
Rebalancing Adjustments
182
on Common Equity
190
Prospectively?
207
APPENDIX
217
APPENDIX D
241
Irrelevance Theorem
247
APPENDIX
262
Index
275

CHAPTER 9
156
Weights Are Required to Be Nonnegative
176

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About the author (2010)

Peter C. Stimes, CFA, is a retired vice president and principal of Flaherty & Crumrine Incorporated. During his sixteen years with F&C, Stimes acted as a portfolio manager, head of quantitative research and securities analysis, and spent several years as treasurer and CFO of the closed-end funds managed by F&C. Stimes is actively involved with the CFA program and has been part of the CFA Voluntary Continuing Education Program since 1985. He has written and coauthored papers presented before the CFA Institute and various regulatory and legislative bodies. Stimes received both his undergraduate degree and his MBA from the University of Chicago.

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