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  • by JD Schwager

    Technical analysis is the art and science of deciphering chart patterns in order to better analyze and predict prices of a given security. Jack Schwager demystifies technical analysis for investors, introducing them to oscillators, price-and-time charts, on-line charting applications, and much more.

  • by Thomas N. Bulkowski

    Your plain-English guide to understanding and using technical chart patterns Chart pattern analysis is not only one of the most important investing tools, but also one of the most popular.

  • by Swee Yong Ku & Matthew Dearth

  • by Michael C. Thomsett

    An up-to-date guide to the complex world of equities Getting Started in Stock Investing and Trading walks investors and traders through the essential information they need to know before they decide what kind of participant they want to be in equities.

  • by Robert W. Bly

    This book helps to satisfy the great demand for authoritative sourcebooks on how to make a living speaking, training, and running workshops and seminars. A cornucopia of insider tips and step-by-step guidance, it provides readers with the complete low-down on what it takes to make it in those increasingly competitive markets.

  • by Paul Katzeff

    The essential guide to getting a 401(k) plan back on track While a majority of workers have money invested in their 401(k) plans-and are relying on these funds for retirement-few truly understand how to manage and maintain these accounts, especially during the recent economic downturn.

  • by John Olagues & John F. Summa

    An A to Z guide for understanding employee stock options (ESOs)While most of upper- and middle management in organizations use advisors to help manage their employee stock options (ESOs), only a small percentage of those below them can afford to do the same.

  • by Henry K. Hebeler

    PRE- AND POST-RETIREMENT PLANNING THAT MAKES SENSE GETTING STARTED IN A FINANCIALLY SECURE RETIREMENT If you want to make the most of your retirement years, you have to seriously think about the retirement lifestyle you want and the path that will get you there.

  • by Kassandra Bentley

    EXPERT ADVICE FOR EVERYDAY SUCCESS! The coauthor of the bestselling Getting Started in Online Investing now brings her winning expertise to the increasingly popular day trading arena-along with the methods of today's most consistently successful trading practitioners.

  • by Peter J. Klein & Brian R. Iammartino

    An updated look at security analysis and how to use it during tough financial times Due to the current economic climate, individual investors are starting to take much more time and effort to really understand their investments. They've been investing on their own in record numbers, but many have no idea how to handle the current financial crisis.

  • by Edward J. Stone

    Consulting is a rapidly growing field, with total worldwide revenues expected to be more than $100 billion in the year 2000. Financial consulting is a highly specialized area, and Ed Stone is one of its leading practitioners. In this book he helps the prospective financial consultant lay the foundations of a rewarding and lucrative career.

  • - From Launching a Hedge Fund to New Regulation, the Use of Leverage, and Top Manager Profiles
    by Daniel A. Strachman

    The book on hedge fund basics, completely updated to reflect today s post-crisis industry The hedge fund industry has been reeling in the wake of recent Ponzi schemes and insider trading scandals as well as the loss of billions of dollars in assets under management due to fund closures.

  • by Alvin D. Hall

    Getting Started in Mutual Funds, Second Edition offers a completely updated look at this popular investment vehicle, including everything from Morningstar's new matrix of evaluating a fund's investment style to implementing mutual funds into long-term investment strategies in retirement plans.

  • by Gary W. Carter

    The Complete, Authoritative Guide to Getting Started in Tax Consulting Tax consulting and return preparation is a fast-paced, dynamic industry-one that promises high earning potential. In this book, tax advisor Gary Carter shows you just what it takes to become an in-demand tax consultant.

  • by Kerry E. Hannon

    Because You Can't Take it with You Getting Started in Estate Planning "I think it's irritating that once I die, 55% of my money goes to the United States government. When you leave a house or money to people, then they're taxed 55%, so you've got to leave them enough so that once they're taxed, they still have some money.

  • by Eric Gelb & Bill Bresnan

    Asset allocation is an essential component of creating a solid portfolio. This indispensable guide clarifies the where, when and how to begin of asset allocation in plain English.

  • by Daniel Moreau & Tracey Longo

    Investing has become more and more popular and easier--with the advent of discount brokers, online trading, and the explosive growth of mutual funds. However, the flood of information and resources available is daunting.

  • by David L. Brown & Kassandra Bentley

    In order to take full advantage of the myriad investment opportunities afforded by the Web, you need a solid, well-informed up-to-date primer. This book is it. Co-written by the CEO of Telescan, the leader in Internet investing technology, and the President of CyberInvest.

  • by Gordon K. Williamson

    Annuities are among the most popular retirement investment options. This handy volume provides a thorough examination of annuities, revealing exactly what they are, the kinds available, how they work, and what advantages they have over other investments.

  • by Michael C. Thomsett

    A must-read guide to real estate investing during turbulent times In this updated edition, author Michael Thomsett begins by cautioning readers that real estate is not always alluring. Markets go through cycles, and the down phase of the cycle from 2006 onward has been one of the longest and scariest in history.

  • by Tina Logan

    If you want to gain an edge in today's competitive markets, adding the candlestick methodology to your repertoire of technical analysis skills is essential. Getting Started in Candlestick Charting can help you achieve this goal, whether you're new to chart analysis or looking to enhance your understanding of the approach.

  • by Charles S. Mizrahi

    An accessible introduction to the proven method of value investing An ardent follower of Warren Buffett-the most high-profile value investor today-author Charles Mizrahi has long believed in the power of this proven approach.

  • by Michael D. Archer

    A Highly Visual Guide To Developing A Personal Forex Trading Strategy Getting Started In Forex Trading Strategies "A great next step to read for the beginning trader. It contains practical advice and resources on trading FOREX that only come with experience.

  • by George A. Fontanills

    Get this handy roadmap to making money in the commodities market. Getting Started in Commodities shows you how to successfully invest in the commodities market in futures, stocks, stock indices, and options.

  • by Richard Imperiale

    Everything you need to know about REITs. Getting started in real estate investment trusts. Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) offer small investors the chance to participate in a broad range of real estate opportunities across most major property sectors and geographic locations.

  • by Todd Lofton

    Everything you need to know about the futures market Getting Started in Futures explains in readable, approachable terms everything an investor needs to know to start trading futures successfully. The book explains how to forecast prices, how hedging works, and new electronic trading opportunities.

  • by Michael C. Thomsett

    If youa ve picked up this book, you probably recognize the value of fundamental analysis, but arena t sure you can master it. With Getting Started in Fundamental Analysis as your guide, youa ll quickly become familiar with the key concepts and learn how to put them into action in the real world.

  • by Michael C. Thomsett

    The basics behind the Six Sigma quality control technique Six Sigma is designed to achieve excellence in customer service and measure deviation from the ideal. It provides a process for placing value on the intangible nature of quality control. The underlying theories of Six Sigma are highly technical and complex.

  • by Karen Tate & Paula Martin

    Whether working on an international project for a Fortune 500 company or organizing a family reunion, you need effective project management to ensure timely and efficient completion of projects.

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