Investment Books [Page 16 of 482]
The Investment Group
Beverly Eldridge Adams
Modern Investment Theory
Hemant S. Ahluwalia
Investment Manager Analysis A Comprehensive Guide to Portfolio Selection, Monitoring and Optimization
Frank J. Travers
Foreign Direct Investment
Publisher: World Scientific
Corporate Social Investment
Sustainable Development, Nonprofit Organizations & Charities, Philanthropy & Charity, Business & Economics -> Economics -> Economic Development, Business & Economics -> Management -> Non-Profit Marketing, Social Sciences -> Social Sciences -> Philanthropy & Charity
Publisher: Faber Factory
Socially Responsible Investment A Global Revolution
Active Investment Management Finding and Harnessing Investment Skill
International Investment Instruments
Energy, Business & Economics -> Business -> Industries
Publisher: United Nations
Venture Capital Investment
Fundamentals of Investment A Practitioner's Guide
General, Futures, Mutual Funds, General, Business & Economics -> Economics -> Investing/Stockmarket, Business & Economics -> Business -> Business Studies, SCEB02, SCEB0225, SCEB0210, SCEB0220, SCEB030230
Brian O'Loughlin; Frank O'Brien
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Post the Financial Crash, the role of regulation and the impact of regulation on all aspects of the financial industry has broadened and intensified. This book offers a comprehensive review of the operations of the industry post-financial crisis from a variety of perspectives. This new edition builds upon the authors’ predecessor book, Fundamentals of Investment: An Irish Perspective. The core of the original text is retained particularly concerning fundamental concepts such as discounted cash flow valuation techniques. Changes in this new text are driven by two important factors. First, the long shadow of the Global Financial Crisis and the ensuing Great Recession continues to impact economies and financial markets. Second, the new text adopts a more international perspective with a focus on the UK and Ireland. The authors present the reader with a clear linkage between investment theory and concepts (the ‘fundamentals’) and the practical application of these concepts to the financial planning and advisory process. This practical perspective is driven by the decades-long fund management and stockbroking experience of the authors. Investment knowledge is a core competence required by large numbers of organisations and individuals in the financial services industry. This new edition will be an invaluable resource for financial advisers, financial planners and those engaged in advisory and/or support functions across the investment industry. Those taking investment modules in third-level educational institutes will find this book to be a useful complement to the more academically focused textbooks.
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International Investment Law
Marc Bungenberg, Jörn Griebel, Stephan Hobe, August Reinisch, Yun-i Kim
Business & Economics
Gregory V. Stone
Investment Chart Patterns
General, Business & Economics -> Economics -> Investing/Stockmarket
Michael N. Kahn CMT
Publisher: Pearson Technology Group
This is the eBook version of the printed book. This Element is an excerpt from Technical Analysis Plain and Simple: Charting the Markets in Your Language (9780137042012) by Michael N. Kahn, CMT. Available in print and digital formats. Discover the little-known technical patterns that reveal when the market’s headed sideways. Markets go up and down, but they also go sideways. Both bulls and bears can lose their desires to buy and sell aggressively as value is established. They wait for the next clues the market will leave as it decides where it wants to go next. Just like a car, trending markets must rest occasionally to refuel. Their “rest stops” are called congestion zones....
International Investment Management Theory, ethics and practice
General, General, Corporate Finance, Management, General, Business & Economics -> Business -> Business Studies, Business & Economics -> Economics -> Investing/Stockmarket, Business & Economics -> Finance -> Corporate Finance, SCAS05, SCEB014005, SCAS050505, SCEB0225, SCEB0210, SCAS050520, SCEB0140, Business & Economics -> Management -> Principles of Management, Business & Economics -> Economics -> General Economics
Kara Tan Bhala; Warren Yeh; Raj Bhala
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
International Investment Management: Theory, Practice, and Ethics synthesizes investment principles, Asian financial practice, and ethics reflecting the realities of modern international finance. These topics are studied within the Asian context, first through the medium of case studies and then via the particular conditions common in those markets including issues of religion and philosophy. This book has a three part structure beginning with the core principles behind the business of investments including securities analysis, asset allocation and a comprehensive analysis of modern finance theory. This gives students a comprehensive understanding of investment management by going through the theories, ethics and practice of investment management. This text provides a detailed overview of International Banking Law and International Securities Regulation, alongside legal and ethics case studies which are located in the practice section of the book. This book is an essential text for business and law school students who wish to have a thorough understanding of investment management. It is also perfect as a core text for undergraduate finance majors and graduate business students pursuing a finance, and/or business ethics concentration, with particular focus on Asia.
Human Investment Management
Management, Human Resources & Personnel Management, Strategic Planning, Business & Economics -> Management -> Principles of Management, Business & Economics -> Management -> Human Resource Management, Business & Economics -> Management -> Strategic Management, SC516000, SUCO41169, SC517000, SC515000, 3248, 3120, 3723, 5660
Publisher: Springer Nature
This book presents a thought-provoking case for looking at human resource management from an entirely different perspective. In the modern world, organizations have to optimally manage resources to achieve the best results, and the best way to do this is to identify humans as instruments of investment and not as resources. Humans use resources in an activity. Managing people, as a subject, was first studied as part of personnel management, and became known as human resource management (HRM) in the early 80s. However, the basic principles remained largely unchanged. The book argues that it is time that HRM is replaced by human investment management (HIM), where the entire approach of employee management in an organization shifts gears to human investment in activities. In this approach no human is considered bad in relation to an organization, if selected appropriately, and trained well. Everyone is productive, though the returns may differ. Humans can be invested in areas where they are best or can be trained to be the best according to various factors. Unlike any other investment instruments, humans’ value can be continuously upgraded for higher returns. Thus the core of HIM is to maximize the return from each employee as an individual or as a member of the group with minimum expenditure and effort in him or her. HIM can therefore reengineer and replace HRM slowly and steadily at the desired pace where maximum attention is paid to employee investment for improved results. This is unlike HRM, which primarily focuses on employee relations. Turning around HRM to HIM will be the first step in inclusively aligning strategic human resource management with the overall human management. As such, HIM should be seen as a process by which the asset or capital value of individual humans can be increased by turning them into capital humans, an entirely different outlook from the oft-used term human capital.
Investment Manager's Handbook
Investments, Investments--Handbooks, manuals, etc, HG4527 .I58 1980, 332.6/02/02
Publisher: Irwin Professional Pub
Edited By Sumner N. Levine. Includes Bibliographies And Index.
Property Investment Appraisal
Real Property, Valuation, Real Estate Investment
Baum, Andrew E., Crosby, Neil
This book explains the process of property investment appraisal – estimating both the most likely selling price (market value) and the worth of property investments to individual or groups of investors (investment value).
Valuations are important: they are used as a surrogate for transactions in the construction of investment performance and they influence investors and other market operators when transacting property. Valuations need to be trusted by their clients and valuers therefore need to produce rational and objective solutions.
In a style that makes the theory as well as the practice of valuation accessible to students and practitioners, the authors provide a valuable critique of conventional valuation methods and argue for the adoption of more contemporary cash-flow methods. They explain how such valuation models are constructed and give useful examples throughout.
The UK property investment market has been through periods of both boom and bust since the first edition of this text was produced in 1988 and the book includes examples generated by the different market states: for example, complex reversions, over-rented situations and leasehold examples are in ready supply and are examined fully by the authors. They have retained the book’s basic structure and thrust, setting out fundamental investment and appraisal theory in Part One of the book, but adding a new chapter on building and modelling cash flows as a precursor to the investment material in Part Three.
The heart of the book remains the critical examination of market valuation models addressed in Part Two – it remains the case that no other book addresses this issue in detail.
Investment Statistics Locator
Linda H. Bentley, Jennifer Kiesl
The latest electronic sources and expanded coverage of print sources make the new edition of this ready-reference guide invaluable to individual investors, librarians, and researchers. With Investment Statistics Locator, users can quickly find statistics on investments, business, and economics by subject. The book indexes 53 widely available reference sources reporting economic and investment data-more than twice the number of sources indexed in the first edition.
Global Property Investment
Real estate investment, Investments, foreign
David Hartzell, Andrew E. Baum
Publisher: Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, John
Investment- und Risikomanagement Modelle, Methoden, Anwendungen
Peter Albrecht, Raimond Maurer