Introduce your students to todayas most important investment topics from a strong individual financial planneras perspective with Mayoas INVESTMENTS: AN INTRODUCTION, 10E. This edition provides an inviting, comprehensive approach to investments -- from the fundamentals students need to master for success on the CFP exam to more advanced topics. edition an ideal, understandable choice for business students as well as finance majors. Concepts build upon one another in this editionas updated Financial Advisoras Investment Case at the end of each chapter -- providing a strong overview of todayas most pertinent investment opportunities and challenges. Throughout each chapter, this edition clearly emphasizes how students can apply what theyare learning to make solid, real investment decisions. Students can even gain hands-on experience with the same financial analysis tool used on Wall Street with this editionas access to Thomson ONE-Business School Edition and corresponding problems in the text. This bookas comprehensive support package includes the CengageNOW for Finance online course management system to save you time while reinforcing todayas most important investment topics. Help your students fully understand todayas most important investment topics from the individual financial planneras perspective with the rich array of teaching and learning resources found on this editionas interactive companion Website. You can easily download the instructor resources you need as you need them from the password-protected, instructor-only portion of the site. Your students can download Investment Analysis for Windows software or reinforce their understanding of key concepts with online tutorials, quizzes, and interactive games. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.Technical analysis seeks to identify potential investments by examining the past performance of the market or individual ... Whether technical approaches to market timing and stock selection lead to su- perior returns is an empirical question.
|Title||:||Investments: An Introduction|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning - 2010-04-16|