Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management by Frank K. ReillyAn updated edition of this introduction to the fundamentals of investment, reviewing the operations of the industry post-financial crisis from a variety of perspectives. He was formerly head of fund management at Irish Life Investment Managers. He is also a founding member and former chairman of the Society of Investment Analysts in Ireland. My Account. Register Now. Find a Primary Title. Contact a Primary Rep.
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View Larger Image. Ask Seller a Question. Title: Security Analysis and Portfolio Management. Intends to build understanding of the investment environment, to recognize investment opportunities, and to identify and manage investment portfolio. This book captures the developments in capital market and investment in securities and also provides a simple way to understand the complex world of investment.
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A Few Good Books This is a short list of a few terrific books, by authors who really know how to get valuable ideas across. Click on a book cover or title for more information and to read other people's reviews on Amazon. Benjamin Graham The Intelligent Investor. This book really works on your psychology, helping you to invest in a businesslike way and tune out the distracting mood swings of "Mr. The four pillars being the Theory, History, Business, and Psychology of investing - understanding these topics will help you make sensible plans, and then stick with them despite the worst efforts of market volatility, investment salesmen and pundits, and even your own overheated brain. There is also strategic advice about assembling a portfolio that fits your own needs and risk tolerance. Want to get the equivalent of a Harvard business education for about twenty dollars?