The Investopedia Guide to Wall Street's Toughest Terms: All the Words You Need to Know to Break Through the Blather, Decipher the Data, and Demystify the Financial Markets

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9780071788519: The Investopedia Guide to Wall Street's Toughest Terms: All the Words You Need to Know to Break Through the Blather, Decipher the Data, and Demystify the Financial Markets

Plain-English translations of investing’s most baffling terms

In this follow-up volume to The Investopedia Guide to Wall Speak, a brand-new collection of Investopedia's most challenging terms and their definitions are brought together with financial cartoons by Jack Guinan.

Combining Investopedia’s entertaining approach to financial education with the site's trademark investing expertise, The Investopedia Guide to Wall Street’s Toughest Terms takes you beyond the average dictionary definition by providing concise, easy-to-understand explanations of important financial concepts, phrases, and terms.

Investopedia was founded in 1999 by Cory Wagner and Cory Janssen. In April 2007, the site was acquired by Forbes Digital, which sold Investopedia to ValueClick in August 2010. Today the site attracts millions of visitors per month.

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