An explanation of these three investment vehicles -- stocks, bonds, and options. The author writes as if he were teaching in the classroom (which he has done for years), taking you from "square one" through the products, the markets, types of orders, and basic strategies. This is a must for the beginner individual investor, for entrants to the financial industry, and for trainers in the area of investment products.
The chapters include The Corporation, Common Stock, Rights and Warrants, Preferred Stock, Dividends, Corporate Bonds, Municipal Bonds, U.S. Government Securities, Interest Payments, Yield Calculations, Investment Companies, Call Options--the Basics, Call Options--Strategies, Put Options, Straddles, Spreads, The Primary Market, The Secondary Market, Types of Orders, Short Sales, Margin Trading, The Analysis of Securities.
Each chapter concludes with a quick quiz.
Index is included.
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William A. Rini is former Senior Vice President for New York Institute of Finance, responsible for in-classroom training of financial industry participants around the world. He has personally taught or organized training for financial professionals around the world, including the Middle and Far East, Eastern Europe, among others. He is also author of the Vest Pocket Guide to Business Math (Simon & Schuster).
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Book Description Inkwell Publishing, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111929163010