Security Analysis on Wall Street: A Comprehensive Guide to Today's Valuation Methods, Univ. Edition

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Wiley, Sep 3, 1999 - Business & Economics - 512 pages
Security Analysis on Wall Street The principles of investing have always been simple: buy low, sell high. The information needed to make these potentially lucrative decisions, however, is often hard to find, difficult to decipher, and not always reliable. This authoritative new book is the essential reference for students who want to learn the rational, rigorous analysis that is still the most successful way to evaluate securities. Security Analysis on Wall Street explains how the values of common stocks are really determined in today's marketplace and takes a comprehensive look at the entire security evaluation process, as well as the major valuation techniques currently being used by Wall Street professionals. Beginning with an overview of the environment in which stocks are issued, researched, bought, and sold, Hooke examines the roles of the various players, the rules of the markets, and the activities surrounding initial public offerings. He then probes the intricacies of analyzing and reporting on securities with proven methods for evaluating the merits of a stock. This sophisticated yet straightforward system teaches students how to assess profitable firms; understand marginal performers, leveraged buyouts, and corporate takeovers; and-most importantly-to break down different analyses and get the big answers: Is the security fairly valued, and why or why not? "A welcome successor to Graham and Dodd's Security Analysis." -Barron's

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Contents

Performing the Analysis and Writing
69
Established Business
140
The Limitations of Accounting Data
169
Copyright

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Trevor Burke is Professor of Primary Dental Care and Honorary Consultant in Restorative Dentistry at Birmingham University. He is an active Committee member of the British Society of Restorative Dentistry and has examining responsibilities for the MGDS in Edinburgh and Glasgow. He was Editor of Today’s Dentist 1988 – 1993 and is currently Editorial Director of Dental Update. He is a well known nationally and internationally and has well over 250 published papers and research abstracts. His research interests are wide ranging and he has been successful in securing 61 research grants. His book “Dental Biomaterials” was published in June 1999.


John Kanca III maintains a private practice in Middlebury, Connecticut , with the emphasis on cosmetic dentistry. Dr. Kanca’s work has revolutionized the field of adhesive dentistry. He gave validation to etching of dentin with phosphoric acid, proved that resins can be used as pulp capping agents, discovered the concept known as wet-bonding, and has contributed significantly to the understanding of how resins attach to dentin. His latest work involves the proper method of initiating light-activated resin composites, and has created the protocol known as “pulse activation”. Dr. Kanca has received many honors, including the Gordon Christensen Award from the Chicago Dental Society, the Albert Knab Award from the Academy of General Dentistry, the William Gies Award from the First District Dental Society of New York, the Larry Pearson Award from the Connecticut State Dental Association, and the Outstanding Achievement Award from the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. Dr. Kanca is an active member of the American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry and has lectured at every major meeting in the United States and around the world.



Antonio Cerutti Professor, Department of Restorative Dentistry, University of Brescia, Italy



Angelo Putignano Istituto di Scienze Odontostomatologiche, UniversitÓ degli Studi di Ancona, Italy

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