Decoding Wall Street

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McGraw-Hill, 2002 - Business & Economics - 261 pages
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In today's information-hungry investment environment, real-time financial news is everywhere. But what are the experts saying? And what does it mean to investors? As investors increasingly assert control over their own portfolios, Decoding Wall Street shows them how to decipher bulletins, reports, and Wall Street lingo, as they separate the fact from the fiction to maximize personal investment results.

Straightforward and reader-friendly, this practical, hands-on reference is packed with the tools and information investors need in order to understand what they hear and read. Accessible enough to be understood by beginners, yet beneficial to investors of every level, it provides:
-- Effective strategies for on-line investing
-- Descriptions of the markets (including the NYSE and Nasdaq) and how they work
-- Who the players are -- brokerage firms, banks, mutual funds -- and what they do
-- Explanations of key terms and concepts -- IPOs, DRIPs, munis, and more

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Contents

The Business Cycle
8
Stocks
21
Employee Stock Options
34
Copyright

15 other sections not shown

Common terms and phrases

About the author (2002)

Caruso manages over $100 million as a vice president at A.G. Edwards. He is a Certified Financial Planner. He is a senior vice president of a major Wall Street firm.

Powell is editor in chief and publisher of Mutualfunds.com and president of FinStream.com.

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