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Security analysis on Wall Street: a comprehensive guide to today's valuation methods

Author: Hooke, Jeffrey C. Publisher: Wiley, 1998.Language: EnglishDescription: 434 p. : Graphs/Ill. ; 26 cm.ISBN: 0471177415Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes index
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Book Asia Campus
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Print HG4529 .H66 1998
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900096045
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Security analysis on Wall Street Introduction Part I The Investing Environment 1 Why Analyze a Security? 3 xiii 1 2 Who Is Practicing Security Analysis? 3 Seeking a Level Playing Field 4 Part I1 19 32 Other Sources of Information 56 Performing the Analysis and Writing the Research Report 5 Starting the Analysis 67 6 Industry Analysis 79 7 Company-Specif ic Analysis 109 8 Financial Statement Analysis of an Established Business 129 9 The Limitations of Accounting Data 154 10 Financial Analysis and Stock Characterization 11 Financial Projection Pointers 200 Part I11 Valuation and the Investment Decision 180 12 Modern Approaches to Valuation 217 13 The Relative Value Approach 232 14 Valuing Marginal Performers 242 15 The Mergers and Acquisitions Market, Leveraged Buyouts, and Takeovers 250 16 Breakup Analysis 260 17 Recommended Investment Decision Part IV Special Cases 268 18 Cash Flow Stocks 285 19 Natural Resource Stocks 299 20 22 23 24 25 Part V 26 Financial Industry Stocks 315 337 Highly Speculative Stocks 350 ~istresse8 Securities and Turnarounds 369 International Stocks 388 Emerging Markets: The Final Frontier Summary Closing Thoughts on Security Analysis 419 398 21 Insurance Companies Index

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