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John D.Stowe - Equity Asset Valuation

Manufacturer: Evie-May Hahn
With the Second Edition of Equity Asset Valuation, the distinguished team of Jerald Pinto, Elaine Henry, Thomas Robinson, and John Stowe, fully update information associated with this important discipline. Blending theory with practice
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John D.Stowe - Equity Asset Valuation

John D.Stowe - Equity Asset Valuation

 

Description

A comprehensive look at the equity valuation process

With the Second Edition of Equity Asset Valuation, the distinguished team of Jerald Pinto, Elaine Henry, Thomas Robinson, and John Stowe, fully update information associated with this important discipline. Blending theory with practice, they detail the contemporary techniques used to determine the intrinsic value of an equity security, and show you how to successfully apply these techniques in both foreign and domestic markets.

Unlike alternative works in this field, the Second Edition of Equity Asset Valuation clearly integrates finance and accounting concepts into the discussion-providing the evenness of subject matter treatment, consistency of notation, and continuity of topic coverage that is so critical to the learning process.

Download immediately John D.Stowe - Equity Asset Valuation

  • Addresses essential issues in this arena, including the equity valuation process, discounted dividend valuation, free cash flow valuation, and residual income valuation
  • Each author brings his own unique experiences and perspectives to the equity analysis process
  • Distills the knowledge, skills, and abilities you need to succeed in today’s fast-paced financial environment
  • Companion Workbook also available

Valuable for classroom study, self-study, and general reference, this book contains clear, example-driven coverage of many of today’s most important valuation issues.

Forex Trading – Foreign Exchange Course

Want to learn about Forex?

Foreign exchange, or forex, is the conversion of one country’s currency into another.
In a free economy, a country’s currency is valued according to the laws of supply and demand.
In other words, a currency’s value can be pegged to another country’s currency, such as the U.S. dollar, or even to a basket of currencies.
A country’s currency value may also be set by the country’s government.
However, most countries float their currencies freely against those of other countries, which keeps them in constant fluctuation.

 

John D.Stowe - Equity Asset Valuation

John D.Stowe - Equity Asset Valuation

 

Description

A comprehensive look at the equity valuation process

With the Second Edition of Equity Asset Valuation, the distinguished team of Jerald Pinto, Elaine Henry, Thomas Robinson, and John Stowe, fully update information associated with this important discipline. Blending theory with practice, they detail the contemporary techniques used to determine the intrinsic value of an equity security, and show you how to successfully apply these techniques in both foreign and domestic markets.

Unlike alternative works in this field, the Second Edition of Equity Asset Valuation clearly integrates finance and accounting concepts into the discussion-providing the evenness of subject matter treatment, consistency of notation, and continuity of topic coverage that is so critical to the learning process.

Download immediately John D.Stowe - Equity Asset Valuation

  • Addresses essential issues in this arena, including the equity valuation process, discounted dividend valuation, free cash flow valuation, and residual income valuation
  • Each author brings his own unique experiences and perspectives to the equity analysis process
  • Distills the knowledge, skills, and abilities you need to succeed in today’s fast-paced financial environment
  • Companion Workbook also available

Valuable for classroom study, self-study, and general reference, this book contains clear, example-driven coverage of many of today’s most important valuation issues.

Forex Trading – Foreign Exchange Course

Want to learn about Forex?

Foreign exchange, or forex, is the conversion of one country’s currency into another.
In a free economy, a country’s currency is valued according to the laws of supply and demand.
In other words, a currency’s value can be pegged to another country’s currency, such as the U.S. dollar, or even to a basket of currencies.
A country’s currency value may also be set by the country’s government.
However, most countries float their currencies freely against those of other countries, which keeps them in constant fluctuation.