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This history of the global securities market is the product of over 30 years of research by one of the world's foremost financial historians. It covers all aspects of the history of the securities markets from its beginnings in Medieval Venice through Amsterdam and London to its operations in Tokyo and New York today. It also integrates the history of both stocks and bonds, established and emerging markets, stock exchanges and over-the- counter trading, and the crises and continuity that have made the global securities market such a force in the world over the centuries. A path-breaking book unlike any other written before, it provides in one volume an authoritative account of the global securities market from its earliest developments to the present day.
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Navigating the financial markets can often be a confusing and frustrating enterprise. But author and seasoned financial advisor Thomas Anthony Guerriero provides a unique take on the inner workings of the market and applies concepts and theories known only by the most successful in the industry. In his new book, How to Understand & Master the Stock Market, Guerriero provides a detailed breakdown of the fundamentals, concepts, and terminology behind the financial markets. This guide is intricate enough to further the development of rising stars in the industry, yet thorough enough to prepare the most inexperienced beginner for licensure. It touches on such concepts as: / Equity / Trading markets / Corporate bonds / Options / Short margin accounts / Bond taxation / Fundamental analysis How to Understand & Master the Stock Market provides a behind-the-scenes view into the markets and creates an understanding of how one must navigate through the industry with a level of competency only seen by top-level executives.
Since the US stock market crashed on October 19, 1987, many studies have been conducted to learn from this experience in the hopes of avoiding a similarly adverse future fall. The book, originally published as a special issue of the Journal of Financial Services Research, considers some of the important policy adjustments that have been implemented in the wake of the 1987 crash. Taken separately and together, these five papers offer a synthesis and summary of the most important policy innovations that have evolved since the largest single-day decline in stock market history.
Walras's Market Models describes and evaluates Leon Walras's models of competitive markets. Through identification of his career phases and the associated general equilibrium models, which are shown to be very different in character, this book differs from previous examinations of his work. During his mature phase of theoretical activity, Walras was concerned with a competitive economy which passes through a phase of disequilibrium in the production and sales of commodities. While in his last phase of theoretical activity, he developed a model in which there is no production, sales, hiring, consuming or saving until an assumed set of equilibrium prices obtains of the model. The two phases of Walras's theoretical work have not previously been identified, and the models have not been subjected to an accurate analysis and evaluation.
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