>>LEARN HOW TO SELECT STOCKS LIKE A PROWARNING: THIS BOOK TEACHES REAL INVESTING SKILLS Because beginners are risking their money for a chance to make more money, investment decisions should be based on the same system that the professionals/analysts are using. The stock market it is filled with professionals whom you are competing with and to compete with them and make money you need to learn their techniques. If you are a beginner, this book will teach you how the PROS do it. This book will: * Teach you how to select stocks better * Teach you what the PROS are looking at on their computer screen when deciding which stocks to buy and not to buy * Teach you how the PROS calculate the future value of a stock (very important skill for an investor) * Teach you stock analysis skills by walking you through sample analyses to know if a stock is a good investment * Show you in the Trading Playbook section strategies of stock traders * Teach you mistakes of newbies that cost them money, so you can avoid them * Teach you who makes money and loses money in the stocks so you can be in the group that makes money * Teach you how the stock market works Includes Practice Sections at the end of the book to test your new investing skills Includes a section on the Habits of Successful Stock Investors HAVE A LOOK INSIDE
How many times have you heard about "some guy" who made a bunch of money in the stock market and wished that could be you? Yet you don't invest in the stock market, except maybe through your 401k, which of course has never been that impressive. Perhaps that's because the professionals manage your money differently than they handle their own. I, on the other hand, am just a regular guy like you with the "know how" that the pros won't give you because then you wouldn't need them. In fact, when it comes to investing in the stock market, all you need to know is one simple rule, but actually implementing it can be the tricky part. Whether you have $100 or $100,000, I will teach you the easy, effective way to invest; the way guys like Warren Buffet do it, not the way the so called "professionals" do. Now I won't lie to you, it takes patience, diligence and some sacrifice, but in the end, you could end up a millionaire. Of course if you prefer to invest your money into top-of-the-line cell phones, satellite TV, hot cars and expensive cruises, then this book is probably not for you because you are already rich or you are making decisions that will ensure that you never will be. So if you want to be wealthy and you are willing to take the steps to do it, start here.
Stock Markets, Investments and Corporate Behavior examines the nature of stock market growth and decline, the function of financial markets, and their implications for commercial companies. Traditionally, finance academics have attempted to understand financial markets and commercial companies as physicists approach their subject matter: with a set of laws in mind that govern the field. But finance is not physics. The academic's approach falsely assumes that financial markets can be understood as systems within which self-interested maximizers behave in logical ways that are coordinated by the invisible hand of the price mechanism. This book demonstrates that finance is more appropriately understood as a field in which investors and finance managers may or may not use rational calculations as the basis of their decision making.This book opens with an effective dismantling of the traditional mathematical approach used to understand and describe markets and corporate financial behavior. In its place, the mathematics of growth and decline is developed anew, while holding to the realization that the decisions of organizations rely on the choices of real people with limited information available to them. The book will appeal to all students who wish to reappraise their knowledge of finance in a thoughtful manner. Specifically, this book is designed to appeal to anyone who wishes to refine their understanding of the nature of stock markets and financial growth, optimal portfolio allocation, option pricing, asset valuation, corporate financial behavior, and what it means to be ethical in our financial institutions.
Whether you are a law student taking a clinical course on business transactions, a first year attorney or banker on a mergers and acquisitions team, a sophisticated practitioner faced with your first stock deal, or an entrepreneur selling your company, Stock Purchase Agreements Line by Line is a great starting place for learning the basics of a stock purchase and sale transaction. In this book the authors translate the complicated representations, warranties, indemnification obligations, and covenants that typify purchase agreements into user friendly terms that are easily understood. While this book assumes the reader has no experience drafting or negotiating stock purchase agreements, it contains tips and techniques that even more experienced deal practitioners should find novel and useful. Additionally, the book is peppered with guest contributions from seasoned attorneys offering practical pointers on various key deal terms. If you are looking for a quick way to jump into M&A, this is the book for you.
A comprehensive description and evaluation of the first three years of the U.S. Acid Rain Program. This environmental control program is the world's first large-scale use of a tradeable emission permit system for achieving environmental goals. The book analyzes the behavior and performance of the market for emissions permits, known as allowances, and quantifies emission reductions, compliance costs, and cost savings associated with the trading program. The book also includes chapters on the historical context in which this pioneering program developed and the political economy of allowance allocations. Finally, the book discusses the program's successes, its weaknesses, and the lesson learned regarding application of the emissions-trading approach to controlling other types of emissions, including greenhouse gases. The volume is an indispensable addition to the library of all interested in the application of marker principles for meeting environmental goals.
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