Well, a book on investing on shares by a Forbes columnist who has more experience than my professional age? Could be interesting, don’t you think? And indeed it was. Ken Fisher writes in a somehow difficult manner. He sidetracks with his three questions back and forth on the same subject. And repeats quite obsessively some of his ideas in […]
It is easy, employers are looking for 3 main things: a) Whether you have the aptitudes/skills for that job at the BASIC/low level at least (for example if it is a sales job – if you can convince somebody to buy your product)
SOX is Security Exchange Commission requirement which prescribes very specific steps to be followed. It is like an US law for the US stock – listed companies, asking them to certify that their internal system of control is in place, is appropriate for the purpose and did not allow any material errors to occur in the financial statements. In a […]
Reuters New York commented today that Dell Inc mentioned it had struck a deal to acquire the computer services maker Perot Systems Corp. In this cash transaction the Perot Systems personal computer maker was valued at about $3.9 billion.
Jeff Greenblatt starts his book with a classical adagio – “The only constant is change” (Heraclit). In this respect, his book is very interesting. Because “Breakthrough Strategies to Predicting Any Market” is in equal measure a book about technical trading as well as about self-discipline. The author begins his book by underlining what can bring you the trading success.
If you are a seasoned professional working in corporate finance or as investments analyst, it is very probable that you saw them all. This means that you saw the CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) endorsed books, such as the US famous “Investments” by Bodie and Kane. You probably saw also the stock market analysts’ books – those written by the guys […]