Wall Street Words: An Essential A to Z Guide for Today's Investor

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Houghton Mifflin Company, 1997 - Business & Economics - 433 pages
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Whether you are managing a personal investment portfolio or a major mutual fund, this comprehensive revision of the well-respected reference to finance and investment, is a must for the home or office. Wall Street Words features nearly 4,000 terms - including hundreds of new entries - that accurately and clearly explain the language of the world of finance and investment. Contemporary case histories offer practical, real-world applications of investment concepts and principles. The book also gives new and updated tips from experts in investment, accounting, and financial law to help you manage your money in today's market.

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Scott has compiled a lexicon of investment words and terms from a variety of print and broadcast sources familiar to individual investors, which may explain the mix of common words such as "cheap ... Read full review

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Scott is an economics professor at Valdosta State College in Georgia.

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