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e-Stocks: Finding the Hidden Blue Chips Among the Internet Impostors Hardcover – July 31, 2001


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Countering assumptions about the end of the Internet boom, investment consultant Cohan advocates investing in the Internet--but with a careful strategy for finding long-term players. Based on research on several hundred companies, the book offers seven methods for evaluating Internet stocks, including looking at different levels of market information, evaluating networked businesses and understanding different types of Internet ventures. Cohan (e-Profit) makes his case convincingly, though his strategies are best for more experienced investors. Illus.

Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information, Inc.

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Cohan (e-Profit: High-Payoff Strategies for Capturing the E-Commerce Edge), CNBC commentator and consultant in high-tech investments, offers concepts in this primer that investors should consider when investing in high-tech Internet stocks. He examines the factors that go into Internet investing by looking at how investors choose stocks in general and tech stocks in particular. The author also thoroughly covers such important areas as the way Internet companies operate with regard to the state of the art in Internet technology; vehicles for the Internet (it is not just the computer but cable television and wireless communication devices such as the Palm and wireless telephone); and the investor's potential for success as a leader in innovation and marketing. This timely, well-written, but technical book (supported with graphs and tables) will appeal to investors, investment professionals, and those in academia. A good choice for large public, academic, and some special libraries. Steven J. Mayover, Philadelphia
Copyright 2001 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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Peter S. Cohan is a management consultant, venture capitalist, teacher, author and blogger. Prior to starting his management consulting and venture capital firm in 1994, he worked for Monitor Company, a strategy consulting firm co-founded by HBS Professor, Michael Porter and as an internal consultant in the banking and insurance industries. His firm has completed over 150 consulting projects for companies and govenments. He has invested in six private companies, three of which were sold for a total of $2 billion. He teaches business strategy to undergraduate and MBA students at Babson College; has authored 11 books; and writes the "Startup Economy" column for Forbes and the "Hungry Start-up" column for Inc. He earned an MBA from Wharton, did graduate work in Computer Science at MIT, and holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from Swarthmore College.

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