The Stock Investors Pocket Calculator
Every stock market investor needs to be able to calculate value, profits, and cash flow in order to make basic decisions like whether to buy, hold, or sell. But itís easy to get intimidated by all the ratios and formulas, especially when incorrect calculations can lead to costly investment mistakes. The Stock Investorís Pocket Calculator simplifies the math behind successful equity investing. Containing over 100 ratios and formulas, the book translates them into plain English, breaks them down into simple steps, and places them side-by-side with practical examples. Readers will learn how to: Judge portfolio value Assess corporate strength or weakness (both cash flow and profitability) Follow revenue and earnings trends And more Filled with worksheets, checklists, visual aids, and examples, this is a must-have guide for anyone investing in the stock market.
Siti Noorahayusolah Kosnandi. The Impact of Macroeconomic Forces on Stock Returns in Malaysia: Relationship between Macroeconomic forces and Stock Returns
The stock price movement is an important indicator of the economy and reflect the investorsa?? expectations about the companiesa?? future performance. As a result it may reflects the level of economic activity in a country. The stock price performance had impact from the economy downturn in ...
Derek Hoffman, Damien Hoffman. The Wall St. Cheat Sheet: The Proven Investing System for Winning with Stocks in Every Market
Stock secrets of the pros! In The Wall St. Cheat Sheet, Derek and Damien Hoffman offer a ten-step framework that teaches investors and traders of all levels how to make the right stock choices. It provides the risk-management techniques that Wall Street pros use to profit in rising and falling ...
Henry Inegbedion. Efficient Market Hypothesis and the Nigerian Capital Market: Examination of the Nigerian Stock Market for Market Efficiency
In the wake of the deregulation of the financial sector in Nigeria, following the enthronement of democratic governance, several policies were put in place to stimulate capital market activities. The series of policies, especially the twenty-five Billion Naira capitalization of Banks, led to ...
This paper investigates the existence of the accrual anomaly on the Dutch stock market. It documents that there is statistical evidence to accept that the cash flow component of current earnings is significantly more persistent than the accrual component of current earnings with respect to ...