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Combined Ranking Approach
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Combined Ranking Approach ab 49 € als Taschenbuch: Investment Style Rotation: NYSE ETF 2000-2011. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, English, International, Gebundene Ausgaben,

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Combined Ranking Approach
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Combined Ranking Approach ab 49 EURO Investment Style Rotation: NYSE ETF 2000-2011

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Combined Ranking Approach
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The book is based on the BSc thesis written in 2009 in Stockholm School of Economics in Riga. The book explores the opportunity to foresee the stock market sentiment and build a profitable investment strategy by applying investment styles rotation on the basis of the combined signals of technical indicators. The literature on market anomalies which are not explained by the efficient market models provides the idea for this book. NYSE Exchange Traded Funds serve as a proxy of investment styles and as an investment target for the period from 2000 till August 2011. The author reviews the results at three levels to provide a better understanding of details: on the investment style level to review the effectiveness of the buy/sell signals of the indicators, on the technical indicator level to review how the styles are rotated based on the signals of each of the indicators used, and on the Combined Ranking level to review how the combination of the different indicators works. The results show that it is possible to create a profitable investment strategy using the Combined Ranking Approach and gain excess returns by applying it.

Anbieter: Dodax
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An Analysis of Optimistic and Pessimistic Langu...
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Seminar paper from the year 2011 in the subject Computer Science - Commercial Information Technology, University of Freiburg (Chair of Information Systems Research), language: English, abstract: Earnings press releases are the major news event of the season for companies and investors, analysts, financial media and the market. As framework of investor relations (IR) they communicate the financial performance in numerical and narrative forms. For example, earnings press releases are obligatory for firms listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). There are several rules and guidelines how to prepare them. An accurate earnings press release contains, apart from analyses of operating results, historical data, positive and negative factors affecting key financial indicators, a realistic and truthful forecast of future quarters. Whereas numerous studies focus on interpretation of numerical forms in earnings press releases, this paper examines the influence of optimistic and pessimistic language in earnings press releases on future firm performance with several studies. It also opposes different approaches to measure the tone. Based on the study 'Beyond the Numbers: An Analysis of Optimistic and Pessimistic Language in Earnings Press Releases' published by Davis, Piger and Sedor the paper presents a textual analysis approach with DICTION 5.0. The authors have been the first scientists so far to examine the role language plays in the credible communication of information to investors. The dictionary-based content analysis program DICTION 5.0 is able to identify subtle aspects of language. The systematic textual analysis techniques are based on pre-existing search rules. It is able to analyze a larger sample size than possible by human coding or manual reading. Apart from this, statistical methods - like the naïve Bayesian learning algorithm, reducing a given sentence to a list of words - are introduced and compared with each other. Given the different approaches to analyze the impact of language in earnings press releases to future earnings a positive correlation between optimistic language and future firm performance can be stated. Bearing in mind that earnings press releases may use a promotional presentation style of company's development and opportunistic behavior to delude investors is feasible, current and future applications should be discussed critically.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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The Operational Risk Handbook for Financial Com...
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The Operational Risk Handbook for Financial Companies is a groundbreaking new book. It seeks to apply for the first time a range of proven operational risk techniques from other industries and disciplines to the troubled territory of financial services. Operational risk expert Brian Barnier introduces a range of sophisticated, dependable and - crucially - approachable tools for risk evaluation, risk response and risk governance. He provides a more robust way of gaining a better picture of risks, shows how to build risk-return awareness into decision making, and how to fix (and not just report) risks. The practical importance of fully understanding and acting on risk to the business begins in the foreword on plan-B thinking, penned by Marshall Carter, chairman of the NYSE and deputy chairman of NYSE Euronext. The book is unique because: - It is not just about modeling and a few basic tools derived from regulatory requirements. Instead, it looks at management of risk to operations across industries, professional disciplines and history to help ops risk leaders become aware of the entire landscape of proven experience, not just their own conference room. - It is not just about compliance. Instead, it looks to operations as part of performance - managing risk to return for shareholders and other interests (e.g. guarantee funds). - It is not content to look at risk in stand-alone segments or silos; instead it takes a systems approach. - It is not just about ops risk leaders sharing war stories at a conference. Instead, it introduces a panel of six financial institution board members who get risk management and provide their perspectives throughout the book to encourage/demand more from ops risk to meet the needs of the institution in the world. - It is not a semi-random collection of tips and tricks. Instead, it is grounded in a risk-management process flow tailored to financial companies from a range of proven experience, providing tools to help at each step. Suitable for companies of all sizes, this book is of direct relevance and use to all business managers, practitioners, boards and senior executives. Key insights from and for each are built into every chapter, including unique contributions from board members of a range of companies. The Operational Risk Handbook for Financial Companies is an essential book for making better decisions at every level of a financial company; ones that measurably improve outcomes for boards, managers, employees and shareholders alike.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Smart Money
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'An insightful book from a Wall St. ' insider' that shows you how to win consistently at investing, navigate uncertain markets, and stay at least one step ahead of the crowd. Sprinkled with anecdotes, written with a wry sense of humor, it's an easy and valuable read for anyone looking to see what 'smart money' should be doing today.' Ernest Chu, Member of the NYSE Chairman, Green States Energy Best selling author, Soul Currency 'This book is for every individual investor who feels like Wall Street left them behind because they didn't have a big enough account to attract sound advice.' Col. Patrick Graf, Former Director NATO Partnership Program Director of Export Compliance L III Communications ' This book takes the mystery out of making money' Daniel Lothian, White House Correspondent CNN Tired of investing your money like the masses....? Only to lose money..? Well, here is an approach that you can use to invest with the people in the know...corporate insiders, billionaires, politicians, and the world's most successful money managers. You don't need a degree in finance or a specialized Wall Street background to understand the insights and investing strategies in this guidebook. But you do need a willingness to learn . who controls the markets; . what causes bubbles to burst; . why all insiders aren't equal; . where to find where the insiders invest. The insight and information you'll learn will not only change the way you invest, but also change how you understand, relate to, and look at the world. Invest like the insiders and improve your returns with the guidance in Smart Money.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Redesigning Financial Regulation
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At the height of the 1990s boom, Jack Grubman, one of the mostsuccessful analysts in Wall Street proclaimed 'what used tobe conflicts of interest are now synergies'. This myopiacontributed dramatically to the elevation of a culture in whichgreed was deified, oversight denigrated and misfeasance justified.Since the fall of the markets and the implosion of confidence inthe American corporate business model, one man has provedinstrumental in deconstructing the rhetoric of the 1990s: EliotSpitzer, the combative Attorney General of New York. In theprocess, his innovative application of state law has reconfiguredthe governance of Wall Street. Over the past three years the pursuit of transparency andaccountability in the structure of the markets has propelledSpitzer to the forefront of regulatory policy. His investigationsinto tainted analyst research, the mutual funds industry, thegovernance of the New York Stock Exchange and the insuranceindustry have focused attention not just on corrupted individualsbut also the complicity of the financial structure itself. Spitzerexploited the inherent conflicts of interest to the full, forcingregulators to adopt a much more proactive approach and creating anational platform for his own wider political ambitions. Nowholding the Democratic nomination for the Governorship of New York,Spitzer has begun a path for higher national office. This groundbreaking book features exclusive access with many ofthe key actors in these changes to the governance of Wall Street.It examines how Eliot Spitzer exploited gaps in the regulatoryframework to capture the corporate reform agenda and explores theimplications of his actions on policy formation andrecalibration. Key incidents include: changing the terms of reference governinganalyst research; the defenestration of Dick Grasso's tenureover the NYSE (which is now being heard in state court in NewYork); and the battles for control between the former Chairman ofthe Securities Exchange Commission, Harvey Pitt, and Spitzer. The book details not only the contested, contingent andinterdependent connections between the American political andfinancial systems but reveals how Spitzer's manipulation ofthose connections have proved instrumental in enhancing his ownwider political ambitions.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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An Analysis of Optimistic and Pessimistic Langu...
8,90 CHF *
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Seminar paper from the year 2011 in the subject Computer Science - Commercial Information Technology, University of Freiburg (Chair of Information Systems Research), language: English, abstract: Earnings press releases are the major news event of the season for companies and investors, analysts, financial media and the market. As framework of investor relations (IR) they communicate the financial performance in numerical and narrative forms. For example, earnings press releases are obligatory for firms listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). There are several rules and guidelines how to prepare them. An accurate earnings press release contains, apart from analyses of operating results, historical data, positive and negative factors affecting key financial indicators, a realistic and truthful forecast of future quarters. Whereas numerous studies focus on interpretation of numerical forms in earnings press releases, this paper examines the influence of optimistic and pessimistic language in earnings press releases on future firm performance with several studies. It also opposes different approaches to measure the tone. Based on the study 'Beyond the Numbers: An Analysis of Optimistic and Pessimistic Language in Earnings Press Releases' published by Davis, Piger and Sedor the paper presents a textual analysis approach with DICTION 5.0. The authors have been the first scientists so far to examine the role language plays in the credible communication of information to investors. The dictionary-based content analysis program DICTION 5.0 is able to identify subtle aspects of language. The systematic textual analysis techniques are based on pre-existing search rules. It is able to analyze a larger sample size than possible by human coding or manual reading. Apart from this, statistical methods - like the naïve Bayesian learning algorithm, reducing a given sentence to a list of words - are introduced and compared with each other. Given the different approaches to analyze the impact of language in earnings press releases to future earnings a positive correlation between optimistic language and future firm performance can be stated. Bearing in mind that earnings press releases may use a promotional presentation style of company's development and opportunistic behavior to delude investors is feasible, current and future applications should be discussed critically.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 28.05.2020
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Taking Stock in Your Future
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You won't find a magic formula or trade secrets in Taking Stock in Your Future. But if you are willing to commit a good chunk of time and a great deal of effort you can be hugely successful in what author, Allan Rosenberg, believes is the most competitive profession today. Taking Stock in Your Future provides the tools and advice you need to become a thriving part-time trader and presents it in easy-to-understand terms. You'll learn: The benefits and practices of value investing, as practiced by the likes of Warren Buffett; . How to read charts and diagrams so you know when to enter and exit a trade; . What to look for in a company, including how to read annual reports; . The cycles of a stock and the influences on the stock market; . How to set up an online account and create a trade log; . And you'll work through a real trade. The insights and lessons presented in Taking Stock in Your Future will enhance your financial literacy and put you on the road to taking big profits. Chapter 1 - Our Approach And Philosophy Value Investing . Selecting Stocks Under Value Investing Technical Analysis . Selecting Stocks Under Technical Analysis Your Commitments . Money . Your Time . What You'll Need to Succeed The Market's Cycles Your Approach: Short-Term Trading Chapter 2 - The Basics Cyclical Companies by Category Financial Goals . Profitability . Stability . Liquidity . Efficiency . Growth Financial Analysis Supply and Demand The Cycle of a Stock . Stage One . Stage Two . Stage Three . Stage Four Support and Resistance Adding Emotion to the Cycle Putting It Together Six Ways Financial Markets Affect Companies . Anatomy of an Uptrend . Anatomy of a Downtrend Going Public . Underwriting Reading a Company Questions and Answers Chapter 3 - How Stock Markets Work Market Types . Commodity Markets . Futures Contracts The Exchanges . The NASDAQ . The American Stock Exchange LLC The Securites Exchange Commission (SEC) . Securities and Exchange Commission Reports The Indices . The Dow Jones Industrial Average . The NYSE Composite Index . Standard & Poor's 500 Index Lessons Learned from the Past . Lessons from the 1980s . Today's Considerations Selecting an Online Broker . Products and Services . Interim Statements Determining the Health of a Stock . Fundamental Analysis . Technical Analysis . The IDB Chapter 4 - Charting Basics Charting Essentials: Line Charts, Bar Charts and Candlestick Charts . Line Charts . Bar Charts . Candlestick Charts Candlestick Charting Features Basic Candlestick Patterns . Hammer and Hanging Man . Two-Candlestick Patterns . Three-Candlestick Patterns . Spinning Tops and High Wave Candlesticks Questions and Answers Chapter 5 - Reading the Charts Your Trader's Toolbox . Volume: A Mega-Important Indicator . Moving Averages . Oscillators . On-Balance Volume The MACD . MACD-H Signals Bollinger Bands Head-and-Shoulders . The Key Points . The Graph Reverse Head-and-Shoulders . The Key Points . The Graph Cup-with-Handle . The Key Points . The Graph Double Bottom . The Key Points . The Graph Double Top . The Key Points . The Graph Gaps: A Trader's Black Hole . Exhaustion Gaps . Some Graphs Case Study: Harrier Inc. Buy Trigger List Questions and Answers Chapter 6 - Plan Your Trade and Trade Your Plan Guidelines . Stop-Loss . Fibonacci Numbers . The Market's Daily Rhythms . Advance/Decline Line: Market Narrator in a Capsule Economic Indicators . Inflation Facts . Bull/Bear Ratio . Other Indicators . A Word about Losses Level II Trading: Is It for You? Setting Up a Trading Log Is This a Good Trade? . Buying More of One Stock . High-Risk Trade . Reducing Risk Working a Real Trade . The Stats . The Journey . The Rest of the Story The Big Picture . Assess the Trading Environment . Analyze the Broader Markets . Gold

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 28.05.2020
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