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Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management
The purpose of this book is to help you learn how to manage your money to derive the maximum benefit from what you earn. Mixing investment instruments and capital markets with the theoretical detailExpand
An Examination of Mispricing, Returns, and Uncertainty for Initial Public Offerings
An understanding of the market for initial public offerings (IPOs) is important not only for investors and underwriters, but also for financial managers. Small, non-public firms may need this marketExpand
Investor Experience with New Stock Issues
(1969). Investor Experience with New Stock Issues. Financial Analysts Journal: Vol. 25, No. 5, pp. 73-80.
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Analysis of Investments and Management of Portfolios
Part 1: THE INVESTMENT BACKGROUND. 1. The Investment Setting. 2. The Asset Allocation Decision. 3. Selecting Investments in a Global Market. 4. Organization and Functioning of Securities Markets. 5.Expand
New Issues Revisited
During the late 1960s and early 1970s there was substantial interest in initial public offerings of common stock i.e., the sale of common stock to the public by previously closely-held companies thatExpand
Analysis of the Interest Rate Sensitivity of Common Stocks
The association between interest rate changes and stock returns has long been of interest to investors, all the more so recently as investors and the financial and popular press have zeroed in on theExpand
Further Evidence on Short-Run Results for New Issue Investors
In a recent article, Professors Stoll and Curley (hereinafter referred to as S–C) examined results for new issues during a short-run period and over long-run periods. The authors concluded that,Expand
Analysis of investments & management of portfolios
PART 1: THE INVESTMENT BACKGROUND. 1. An Overview of the Investment Process. 2. The Asset Allocation Decision. 3. The Global Market Investment Decision. 4. Securities Markets: Organization andExpand