Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management

  title={Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management},
  author={Jerome Bernard Cohen and Edward D. Zinbarg and Arthur Zeikel},
This text teaches important theoretical models to help your students organize their investments. Your students will learn how to time investment decisions, analyze financial statements, and achieve successful investment results through a global outlook. 
Planning for investment success.
  • C. Benfield
  • Economics
    Journal of the American Dental Association
  • 1996
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