Dictionary of Financial Terms
By Morris, Kenneth

Finally, a dictionary that unravels the insider jargon of investing and trading in words­­and pictures­­we can all understand. In place of cryptic definitions that are often more intimidating than the words themselves, the Dictionary of Financial Terms provides truly helpful explanations of over 700 of the most commonly used, and most commonly misunderstood financial terms, using examples, illustrations, and complementary graphics to make the words meaningful as well as memorable.

Filled with helpful cross references that link related terms and concepts, the dictionary also lists the most important terms to know for online trading, investing in stocks and mutual funds, and analyzing investment performance. Special sections also clarify the differences between frequently confused terms: what is the difference between NASD, Nasdaq and OTC, anyway?

With dramatic changes in the financial markets occurring each day, it's getting more and more difficult to read the news, let alone the business sections of daily papers, without a handy guide to financial terms by your side.



DOI: 10.1036/0071359036

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Dictionary of Financial Terms
Author(s): Morris, Kenneth
ISBN: 0071359036
DOI: 10.1036/0071359036

Format: paperback, 160 pages.
Pub date: 1 Jan 2000
Copyright: 2000
$14.95 US
Product Line: McGraw-Hill

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