Unlocking the Secrets of Wall Street: A Noted Expert Guides You Through Today's Financial Markets
Parks cuts through the insider jargon to offer a clear understanding--using plain English and simple arithmetic--of how economic trends develop both globally and domestically.
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20 percent ahead analysis Appendix arbitrage argued arithmetic assets assumed AWCC bank billion Black Monday borrowing bubble calculated cash flow chapter Company corporate bonds cost of capital coupon debt demand deposits discounted dividend dollars earnings EBIT economic economists equity example exchange expected fall Federal Reserve finance firm fiscal fixed-income forecast foreign fundamental value funds Gordon model higher huge income inflation interest rates investment investors junk bonds lagged leverage look market value mean monetarists monetary monetized money growth money managers Nikkei nomic nonmonetized Parrots Perot present value production profits Reaganomics recession reinvestment required return rise risk Ross Perot sell shift short-run soared spending stock market stock prices stock valuation tax cuts tax incidence theory Treasury bonds U.S. dollar valuation theory velocity velocity of money Wall Street yield curve York zero