Securities Analysis: A Personal Seminar
New York Institute of Finance, 1989 - Business & Economics - 221 pages
This book teaches beginning investors the basic knowledge, rules, and techniques necessary to successfully trade in futures contracts. It explains how futures differ from stocks, bonds, and other financial instruments, and spells out realistic operating information--based on time-tested courses given by practicing professionals. Enables private investors to benefit from the success techniques used by the pros.
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This work is a valuable primer on the process and risks associated with investing. It takes a look at the individual investor, the risks and uncertainties of the stock market, and delivers an overview of national and international market systems. This is a must-read for understanding the process of stock valuation and analysis. It presents some time-tested principles that are valuable for today’s investor.
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