This handbook lays out in some detail the instruments, techniques, accounting and legal considerations that are required by executives in the field of financial management. The complication of the field in the last five years should make this book particularly useful. Michael E. Gayed was a former senior market analyst at Merrill Lynch where he advised financial consultants on market trends, industry group perspectives, asset allocation, and investment strategies. During a New York Institute of Finance September seminar, he forecasted the sharp October sell-off using the multidisciplinary approach explained in this book.
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As a textbook on analysis, the work is solid and timeless. Gayed carefully and methodically describes the process of investing in stocks. Then, in detailed individual sections of the book, he fully describes and lays out the assets and liabilities of three distinct methods of analysis: economic, fundamental and quantitative.
In the context of these analytical schools, the reader is likely to learn a great deal about business and stocks in general. In discussing economic analysis, for example, Gayed covers the business cycle, inflation and interest rates, the composite index, and leading, lagging and coincident indicators.
In describing quantitative market analysis, Gayed addresses the tenets of market timing and describes the difference between top-down and bottom-up market timing. When the author turns his attention toward investment strategies, however, the downside of a year-old text may be evident. Review Program: Kirkus Indie. Occasionally wonky but overall a good case for how the dismal science can make the world less—well, dismal. Economics can be put to use in figuring out these big-issue questions.
Data can be adduced, for example, to answer the question of whether immigration tends to suppress wages. A timely, vividly realized reminder to slow down and harness the restorative wonders of serenity. An exploration of the importance of clarity through calmness in an increasingly fast-paced world.
Recognizing that this goal requires immense personal discipline, the author draws on the representational histories of John F. These examples demonstrate how others have evolved past the noise of modern life and into the solitude of productive thought and cleansing tranquility. Throughout the narrative, he promotes that concept mindfully and convincingly. Already have an account? Log in. Trouble signing in? Retrieve credentials. Sign Up. Pub Date: Oct.
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Intermarket Analysis and Investing : Integrating Economic, Fundamental, and Technical Trends
As a textbook on analysis, the work is solid and timeless. Gayed carefully and methodically describes the process of investing in stocks. Then, in detailed individual sections of the book, he fully describes and lays out the assets and liabilities of three distinct methods of analysis: economic, fundamental and quantitative. In the context of these analytical schools, the reader is likely to learn a great deal about business and stocks in general.
Intermarket Analysis and Investing: Integrating Economic, Fundamental, and Technical Trends
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