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Stock Investing For Dummies, 3rd Edition includes information on stock investing in both bear and bull markets; unique investment segments; stock investing for different types of situations; and examples straight from the real world of stock investing as they have occurred in the past three years. This e-book contains 389 pages
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This e-book contains complete Vishnu Puranam by Manmanath Dutt and translated into English by Professor H.H.Wilson. This book was published in 1896. The splendid translation of H.H.Wilson is a great master-piece and that is fully followed in this e-book This e-book contains 479 pages
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Already the most complete, reliable, and objective guide to technical analysis, this book has been thoroughly updated to reflect the latest advances. Selected as the official companion to the prestigious Market Technicians Association CMT program, it systematically explains the field’s principles and techniques, presenting academic evidence and hundreds of illustrations. This e-book contains 700 pages
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5. The Economics of Money, Banking, and Financial Markets
The Sixth Edition of The Economics of Money, Banking, and Financial Markets represents the most extensive revision to date of this market-leading textbook. Drawing from his service as Executive Vice President and Director of Research at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Mishkin provides fresh, thoroughly updated coverage of and many new insights into the monetary policy process, the operation of the Federal Reserve, the regulation and supervision of the financial system, and the internationalization of financial markets. He provides an applications-oriented perspective with numerous applications and special topic boxes that increase students’ interest by showing them how to apply theory to the real world. In addition, Mishkin provides a careful, step-by-step development of models, an approach found in the best principles of economic textbooks, that makes it easier for students to learn. Over 400 end-of-chapter problems aid in reinforcing the essential chapter content. This e-book contains 850 pages
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6. The Value of Money
Why is money more valuable than the paper on which it is printed? Monetarists link the value of money to its supply and demand, believing the latter depends on the total value of the commodities it circulates. According to the author, this logic is flawed. In his view, in any nonbarter economy, the value we assign to money is determined independently of its supply and demand.
Through an original and provocative critique of monetarism, the author advances a revolutionary understanding of macroeconomics that highlights the “propertyist” position of Karl Marx and John Maynard Keynes. Unlike the usual division between “classical” economists (e.g., David Ricardo and Marx) and the “marginalists” (e.g., Carl Menger, William Stanley Jevons, and Léon Walras), Patnaik places “monetarists,” including Ricardo, on one side, while grouping propertyist writers like Marx, Keynes, and Rosa Luxemburg on the other. This second group subscribes to the idea that the value of money is given from outside the realm of supply and demand, therefore making money a form in which wealth is held. The fact that money is held as wealth in turn gives rise to the possibility of deficiency of aggregate demand under capitalism. It is no accident that this possibility was highlighted by Marx and Keynes while going largely unrecognized by Ricardo and contemporary monetarists. At the same time, the author points to a weakness in the Marx-Keynes tradition—namely, its lack of any satisfactory explanation of why the value of money, determined from outside the realm of supply and demand, remains relatively stable over long stretches of time. The answer to this question lies in the fact that capitalism is not a self-contained system but is born from a precapitalist setting with which it interacts and where it creates massive labor reserves that, in turn, impart stability to the value of money. The author's theory of money, then, is also a theory of imperialism, and he concludes with a discussion of the contemporary international monetary system, which he terms the “oil-dollar” standard. This is an E-BOOK. This e-book contains 278 pages.
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A comprehensive reference tool for those interested in understanding and interpreting financial statements through a text that prides itself in readability, concise coverage and accessibility.
KEY TOPICS: Financial Statements: An Overview; The Balance Sheet; Income Statement and Statement of Stockholders’ Equity; Statement of Cash Flow; A Guide to Earnings and Financial Reporting Quality; The Analysis of Financial Statements MARKET: The text gives readers the conceptual background and analytical tools necessary to understand and interpret business financial statements This e-book contains 501 pages
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Since the second edition of this text was published in 1999, both the field of development economics and developing economies themselves have undergone substantial change. Agenor and Montiel have added considerable new material to this third edition, most notably dealing with issues that have risen to prominence in the last decade. . . . This comprehensive treatment of development from a macroeconomic perspective is an indispensable reference for graduate students and faculty. — Choice Since its first edition, the book has remained the definitive text on the macroeconomics of developing countries. In this third edition, the authors try to cover the latest advances in this rapidly changing field, making the book the most comprehensive source on the subject. — Abstracts of Public Administration, Development, and Environment For students and teachers of money and finance in economic development, the revised edition is even more comprehensive and inclusive. While maintaining high standards of analytical rigor, the authors model a surprising wide range of tough macroeconomic problems–including the more recent Mexican and East Asian currency crises … an invaluable treatise. This is an E-BOOK. This e-book contains 830 pages.
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A comprehensive guide to international investing. Opportunities to tap into foreign markets and, in turn, entirely new investment universes-that have traditionally been accessible only to hedge fund managers-are at hand, and this book offers you the straight story on how to look abroad for the next addition to your portfolio. Throughout these pages, the authors skillfully demonstrate how active, cutting-edge trading strategies used in domestic markets can be applied effectively overseas. Opening with discussions of the importance of international investing in today’s turbulent markets, this reliable resource quickly moves on to examine the macro relationships between the different asset classes within a given country and shows you how to view those asset classes-stocks, bonds, currencies, and commodities-as a complete picture of what is happening in the investing world.
· Addresses the application of strategies to international portfolio development and management
· Clearly defines different financial markets and reveals how they can best be accessed and traded
· Features information on currency trading and investing in foreign real estate as well as insights on swaps, futures trading, and risk management
The Investor’s Passport to Hedge Fund Profits demystifies international investing and gives you the tools by which to effectively profit from a wide array of asset classes. This e-book contains 355 pages
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10. Learn Basics and Techniques in Stocks Trading***
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1. An analytical study on Investment: How to find the best
2. How does a business develop into Public Ltd Co. thereby floating its public shares
3. What is share and what are its advantages
4. Primary Market (I.P.O/Public Issue) and Secondary Market
5. How to apply for public issue and how to choose an I.P.O
6. How to enter into Secondary Market?
7. Secondary Market as Investment field & Gambling arena: How to distinguish and play safely
8. Picking up shares for Trading & best Return; and Choosing Shares for Investment & Appreciation
9. Choosing shares for Investment
10. Sources of information about Shares and Companies to enable you for Profitable Trading / Investment
11. What are NSE and BSE, and What are SENSEX and NIFTY? Complete information
12. Types of Trading, Techniques of Trading and Methods of Fundamental & Technical Analysis
13. Factors for Share Movements and Reasons for itsâ€™ Volatility
14. On-line Trading:
(b) Factors to observe
15. Other On-line Tradings for more Profitability with less Investment:-
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The following is the text of the Accounting Standard (AS) 1 issued by the Accounting Standards Board, the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India on ‘Disclosure of Accounting Policies’. The Standard deals with the disclosure of significant accounting policies followed in preparing and presenting financial statements. This standard e-book contains 921 pages.
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27. New Age of Indian Banking
This book contains 19 chapters, in 377 printable pages, devoted mainly to the study of Commercial Banks, Central Bank, Reserve Bank of India, State Bank of India, Money and Capital Markets, Indian Banking Systems, Banker and Customer Relationship, Operation of Bank Accounts, Collection and Payment of Cheques, Loans and Advances, Types of Securities, Modes of Creating Charge, Guarantee, Letter of Credit, Accounts and Audit of Banks. The last chapter contains multiple choice and short-type questions for the benefit of the candidates who want a deeper insight into Banking.
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28. A study book on Banking in India
29.Managerial Accounting: An Introduction to Concepts, Methods and Uses
30 Principles of portfolio and Equity Analysis – Workbook
This is a work-book meant for the people who have got already a good knowledge on portfolio and equity management and to chill their knowledge to practical perfection. CFA Institute is the premier association for investment professionals around the world, with over 101,000 members in 134 countries. Since 1963 the organization has developed and administered the renowned Chartered Financial Analysts Program. With a rich history of leading the investment profession, CFA Institute has set the highest standards in ethics, education, and professional excellence within the global investment community, and is the foremost authority on investment profession conduct and practice. Each book in the CFA Institute Investment Series is geared toward industry practitioners along with graduate-level finance students and covers the most important topics in the industry. The authors of these cutting-edge books are themselves industry professionals and academics and bring their wealth of knowledge and expertise to this series.
After completing this work-book, you will be able to do the following:
_ Explain and illustrate the main functions of the financial system.
_ Describe classifications of assets and markets.
_ Describe the major types of securities, currencies, contracts, commodities, and real assets
that trade in organized markets, including their distinguishing characteristics and major
_ Describe the types of financial intermediaries and the services that they provide.
_ Compare and contrast the positions an investor can take in an asset.
_ Calculate and interpret the leverage ratio, the rate of return on a margin transaction, and
the security price at which the investor would receive a margin call.
_ Compare and contrast execution, validity, and clearing instructions.
_ Compare and contrast market orders with limit orders.
_ Describe the primary and secondary markets and explain how secondary markets support
_ Describe how securities, contracts, and currencies are traded in quote-driven markets,
order-driven markets, and brokered markets.
_ Describe the characteristics of a well-functioning financial system.
_ Describe the objectives of market regulation.
31.Profit from Prices
The simple premise of this book is that everybody knows something about something, but the market knows everything about everything. In this book, the author will teach you how to unlock tremendously valuable information for trading stocks just by looking at the four daily prices and how to use it in trading stocks. The secrets I am going to reveal in this book are simple and logical. Not only that, they are very powerful and time-efficient for trading stocks. My exhaustive study of prices, and charts to some extent, reveal consistent patterns that can be profitably used for trading stocks or Futures contracts. Besides prices, I have used various other trading methods, tools and indicators. What I have found is that the four daily prices, OPEN, HIGH, LOW and CLOSE, give us much more than what we need to identify which stock to buy and when. They tell us of a change on the very same day it takes place. Profit From Prices (PFP) signals can be used as a stand-alone trading system; or if you have some strategy/system that works for you, these PFP signals will prove to be a great supplement. This e-book contains 81 pages.
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