Stocks, Bonds, Options, Futures: Investments and Their Markets
Stuart R. Veale, New York Institute of Finance
The Institute, 1987 - Business & Economics - 332 pages
From arbitrage to zero-coupon bonds, this all-inclusive guide explains the fundamentals of investments and their markets. Covers how broker/dealer firms function, option trading, technical and fundamental futures, exchange and over-the-counter transactions, and more.
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Stocks, bonds, options, futures: investments and their markets
New York Institute of Finance
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