From Library Journal
O'glove is a former securities analyst who started the Quality of Earnings Report , used by many investment firms. With business historian Sobel, O'glove details a methodology to help the investor understand the role of the corporate annual report, cash flow and debt analysis, accounts receivable and inventories, the differences between shareholder reports and tax reports, and other documentation submitted to shareholders and potential investors. He advises investors to look carefully at all of the above, and he explains how to do research for more information. The book has a style suited to the investor with some experience and is technical. But it offers a great deal of substantive information that may be useful to those who use business libraries and collections. Steven J. Mayover, Free Library of Philadelphia
Copyright 1987 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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