Dictionary of Investing

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Wiley, Nov 4, 1992 - Business & Economics - 384 pages
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Written by one of America's foremost lexicographers, it takes into account the latest forms of investing which have evolved both within our borders and around the world. Incorporates all dramatic influences on the terminology of financial markets and investing from security trading, real estate investments, the changes in brokering and federal legislation, European capitals to those emanating from Tokyo. Over 7,500 investment terms are defined in this compact, concise and easy-to-use dictionary including commonly used symbols, acronyms, abbreviations and much more. All terms are presented in the language of those who use them, with several meanings often given for the same word.

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About the author (1992)

The leading business lexicographer in the nation," is how the "New York Times" described Dr. Jerry M. Rosenberg. He is a professor at Rutgers University's Business School and the author of 28 books, including several highly-regarded business dictionaries. Dr. Rosenberg is also the primary business consultant to the "Oxford English Dictionary,

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