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The Informed Investor's Guide to Financial Quotations: Evaluating Stocks, Bonds, Mutual Funds, Futures, and Options Hardcover – February, 1994
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Would-be and novice investors--and many librarians--are often intimidated or put off by the blur of tables, charts, and abbreviations in the Wall Street Journal and other financial publications. Heretofore those frustrated individuals have been well served by Gerald Warfield's Investor's Guide to Stock Quotations and Other Financial Listings (1990). Now Berlin, author of the helpful Handbook of Financial Market Indexes, Averages Indicators (1990), goes several steps further by including information about more-sophisticated investment instruments such as currency futures and government-sponsored equity bonds. He also shows how to interpret various financial formulas and ratios and how to read advisory services such as those published by Value Line, Morningstar, and Standard Poor. Included are many cutaway illustrations from the sources Berlin describes, which are used to demonstrate his explanations. Recommended for investment collections and reference desks. David Rouse
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