Streetsmart Guide to Valuing a Stock
Book Description Traders and investors spend fortunes in time and money trying to gauge the real value of individual stocks. The Streetsmart Guide to Valuing a Stock introduces proven techniques for analyzing a stock's value, spotting undervalued and overvalued stocks, and understanding the impact of interest rate changes and earnings reports on stock prices. New topics include: Finance theory in the stock valuation process Short-term stock price versus long-term value Useof valuation models to uncover misstatements and outright fraud
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