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Accounting Handbook

by Joel G. Siegel
Hardcover - 866 pages 2nd edition (August 1995)
Barrons Educational Series; ISBN: 0812064496
Reflecting current tax laws, this comprehensive reference volume covers financial and cost accounting, business and individual tax preparation, computer applications of accounting, quantitative accounting methods, auditing, personal financial planning, and governmental and nonprofit accounting. Includes 500-page dictionary that defines 2,500 accounting terms, charts, graphs, and tables.


Deflation; Why It's Coming, Whether It's Good or Bad, and How It Will Affect Your Investments, Business, and Personal Affairs

by A. Gary Schilling
Paperback - 400 pages 1 edition (June 1998)
Lakeview Economic Service; ISBN: 0961856246
Book Description:
Although all eyes have been on Southeast Asia since October, it's not the only game around. A broader look shows that the financial crisis in that part of the world is to global deflation what the 1973 oil embargo was to inflation: it focuses and augments the many forces already at work. For the last two decades, governments, corporations, and new technologies have promoted actions that, given certain triggers, will push prices down.

M&A : A Practical Guide to Doing the Deal (Wiley Frontiers in Finance)

by Jeffrey C. Hooke
Hardcover (November 1996)
John Wiley & Sons; ISBN: 0471144622
Book Description:
This practitioner's guide to mergers and acquisitions explains each step of the process and presents strategies to focus the search and transaction procedure to match the acquiring management objectives and financial capabilities including its shareholder's risk-taking profile. A general discussion of the subject is followed by chapters reviewing each step of the acquisition process--from finding a possible opportunity and analyzing it, to closing a transaction. Click For More.

The History of Money : From Sandstone to Cyberspace

by J. McIver Weatherford
Paperback - 304 pages Reprint edition (March 1998)
Three Rivers Pr; ISBN: 0609801724
Book Description:
Existing only by government fiat or popular consensus, money has been changed into many forms over thousands of years. Yet it has always had what Weatherford calls a "cultural configuration," meaning money exerts a social force beyond its abstract value. As an example of the big picture, Weatherford discusses the displacement of feudalism by commerce over the course of the Renaissance and illustrates this discussion with arresting anecdotes, for instance, the immolation of Knights Templars, whose banking assets were coveted by France's king.

Barron's Finance & Investment Handbook (5th Ed)

by John Downes
Hardcover - 1400 pages 5th edition (November 1998)
Barrons Educational Series; ISBN: 0764150995
Updated to reflect the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997, this book defines more than 5,000 terms, discusses 30 key investment opportunities available to the public, explains financial news and corporate reports, and more.


Dictionary of Finance and Investment Terms (Barron's Financial Guides)
by John Downes
Paperback - 730 pages 5th edition (November 1998)
Barrons Educational Series; ISBN: 0764107909
Barron's popular finance and investment dictionary defines more than 3,500 terms as they relate to stocks, bonds, banking, corporate finance, tax laws, mutual funds, and more.

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How to Read the Financial Pages

by Peter Passell
Mass Market Paperback - 176 pages Rev&Updtd edition (May 1998)
Warner Books; ISBN: 0446606707
Using easy-to-read charts, updated figures, and savvy tips from a New York Times financial columnist, this classic primer--completely revised for the '90s--demystifies the financial pages and explains daily listings for the New York and American Stock and Bond Exchange, Treasury and other government bonds, money market and mutual funds, foreign exchanges, and more.

The Intelligent Investor : A Book of Practical Counsel

by Benjamin Graham, Warren E. Buffet
Hardcover - 340 pages 4th Rev edition (1985)
Harpercollins; ISBN: 0060155477
From the Publisher
Since its first publication in 1949, Benjamin Graham's The Intelligent Investor has been one of the all-time most important and influential guides to investing. As a basic guide to establishing a rational investment framework, the book's insights are as sound and useful as ever. The new hardcover edition of this classic work includes an introduction and an appendix by one of Graham's best-known disciples, Warren Buffett.


The Warren Buffett Portfolio : Mastering the Power of the Focus Investment Strategy

by Robert G. Hagstrom
Hardcover - 246 pages (April 1999)
John Wiley & Sons; ISBN: 0471247669
Book Description:
The sequel to the New York Times bestseller The Warren Buffett Way reveals how to profitably manage stocks once you select them. Staking its claim on the New York Times Bestseller list for 22 weeks, The Warren Buffett Way provided readers with their first look into the strategies that the master uses to pick stocks. The follow-up to that book, The Warren Buffett Way Portfolio is the next logical step. It will help readers through the process of building a superior portfolio and managing the stocks going forward.

The Warren Buffett Way : Investment Strategies of the World's Greatest Investor

by Robert G. Hagstrom, Peter Lynch
Paperback - 336 pages Updated edition (October 1995)
John Wiley & Sons; ISBN: 0471132985
The Wall Street Journal extraordinarily useful account of the methods of an investor held by many to be the world's greatest.

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