Book Title : Great Companies Great Charts

great companies great charts

Release Date : 2004-05
ISBN Code : 9780595312757
Book Author : Andy Dunn
Book Publisher : iUniverse
Total Pages : 132

Book Summary :

Investment | Stock Trading Screen For Winners, Hold Them Longer, Realize Higher Returns Great Companies, Great Charts Great Companies, Great Charts is a simple and logical approach to stock trading that can help you beat the indexes and achieve great returns. Andy Dunn teaches you his trend-following, self-disciplined trading style. Dunn uses online stock-screening tools to find fundamentally excellent companies with technically attractive charts. This double-barreled approach identifies stocks more likely to grow at a faster rate than the market. Great Companies, Great Charts covers the investment process, including how to: Scan for the best stocks Enter trades with buy stops Exit trades with sell stops Protect equity with trailing stops Adjust for volatility with the trading range Reduce risk with portfolio allocation

Book Title : Stock Charts For Dummies

stock charts for dummies

Release Date : 2018-01-04
ISBN Code : 9781119434443
Book Author : Greg Schnell
Book Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
Total Pages : 360

Book Summary :

The easy way to get started in stock charts Many trading and technical analysis books focus on how to use charts to make stock trading decisions, but what about how to actually build a chart? Stock Charts For Dummies reveals the important stories charts tell, and how different parameters can impact what you see on the screen. This book will explain some of the most powerful display settings that help traders understand the information in a chart to find outperformance as its beginning. Stock Charts for Dummies will teach you how to build a visually appealing chart and add tools based on the type of trading or investing decision you're trying to make. It will also introduce you to the pros, cons, and best practices of using three key types of charts: Candlesticks, Bar Charts, and Line Charts. Build and use technical chart patterns Increase profits and minimize risk Track and identify specific trends within charts A unique guide for beginning traders and investors, Stock Charts for Dummies will help you make sense of stock charts.

Book Title : Piercing the Great Wall of Corporate China

piercing the great wall of corporate china

Release Date : 2016-06-07
ISBN Code : 9781491794616
Book Author : Alan Refkin
Book Publisher : iUniverse
Total Pages : 288

Book Summary :

China has historically cut itself off from interaction with the global business community for all but the last thirty-eight years. During this isolation, Chinese society and businesses developed their own morality, ethics, cultural leanings, and business practices. Philosophically, culturally, and business-wise Chinese companies operate on a different plane than businesses in other areas of the world. As a result, the methodology of performing forensic due diligence in China can vary widely from that performed in other countries. Forensic due diligence in China is challenging and requires a comprehensive knowledge of the countrys complex accounting, legal, and business issues. Alan Refkin and David Dodge will provide you with the tools necessary to delve deep into the business and financial fabric of corporate China, allowing readers to pierce the wall of secrecy surrounding Chinese businesses.

Book Title : Your Next Great Stock

your next great stock

Release Date : 2007-09-24
ISBN Code : 0470187514
Book Author : Jack Hough
Book Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
Total Pages : 250

Book Summary :

A comprehensive look at how to profit from the power of stock screening With thousands of stocks to choose from, how can you find the best ones to invest in? Simple: start with a handful of clues that tend to predict outstanding returns, and then search the entire market in seconds for stocks that are producing those clues. That's stock screening, and it's the best way—the only way, really—to consistently beat the market. Written by experienced investment journalist Jack Hough, Your Next Great Stock reveals the most powerful screen strategies ever produced. The strategies are easy to follow. If you have Internet access and can balance a checkbook, you can find winning stocks with this book as your guide. You'll learn how to find young companies poised for explosive growth, mature companies whose true profit potential is temporarily hidden, and more. Stop relying on overrated stock tips. Start using proven screening strategies to find your next great stock.

Book Title : A Journal of the Great War

a journal of the great war

Release Date : 2016-07-29
ISBN Code : 9780990657415
Book Author : Charles Gates Dawes
Book Publisher : Lulu.com
Total Pages : 482

Book Summary :

A critical edition of Charles Gates Dawes' A Journal of The Great War with two new essays that explore the broader story of Dawes' war experience.First published in 1921, A Journal of the Great War provides a fascinating glimpse into the challenges faced by the American Expeditionary Forces (AEF) during the United States' 18-month involvement in World War I. Dawes' journal, written while he was stationed in France from 1917 to 1919, offers a behind-the-scenes look at the power struggles and political maneuvering that took place among American and European political and military leaders as they sought to fight the war as an allied force. Part document of life in wartime France, part war diary, and part mentation on the means of exercising power, Dawes' journal is a unique contribution to the literature of World War I. In July 1917, at the age of 51, Dawes sailed for France as an officer with the U.S. 17th Engineers. At the time, Dawes' enlistment made headlines. He was hailed as a "soldier banker" -- one of the wealthiest men in the country to join Uncle Sam's army. Dawes was indeed a wealthy man; he was president of the Central Trust Company of Illinois, a bank he founded in 1902, and, along with his brothers, he also ran numerous investments and companies. When he sailed for France, he left all that behind.Once in France, Dawes was appointed as the General Purchasing Agent in Europe for the AEF by his friend, General John Pershing. Stationed in Paris for the duration, Dawes served as Pershing's confidant throughout the war, consulting with the American general as Pershing deployed more than two million American soldiers into battle. Meanwhile, Dawes oversaw a massive operation to acquire and distribute supplies for the war effort. Working closely with Pershing, Dawes would soon develop the Military Board of Allied Supply, a means to coordinate supply among the Allies. Dawes' stunning achievement to bring about and manage this alliance -- and the political drama that unfolded behind it -- is documented in A Journal of the Great War.

Book Title : NextGen Genealogy The DNA Connection

nextgen genealogy the dna connection

Release Date : 2014-11-25
ISBN Code : 9781610697286
Book Author : David R. Dowell Ph.D.
Book Publisher : ABC-CLIO
Total Pages : 173

Book Summary :

DNA testing can serve as a powerful tool that unlocks the hidden information within our bodies for family history research. This book explains how genetic genealogy works and answers the questions of genealogists and individuals seeking information on their family trees. • Presents an overview to genealogical principles and an introduction to DNA testing for nonexpert audiences • Explains how genetic genealogy can provide data from within our bodies that tells us about who we are, who our ancestors were, and what characteristics our descendants may have • Addresses key legal and ethical issues regarding DNA testing • Describes the accepted protocols of DNA collection, handling, processing, evaluation, and interpretation that make DNA information more reliable than the other kinds of genealogical information

Book Title : Liberal Arts of Management

liberal arts of management

Release Date : 2016-02-19
ISBN Code : 9781317247746
Book Author : James Maroosis
Book Publisher : Routledge
Total Pages : 78

Book Summary :

This book analyzes and elucidates the view that the purpose of the liberal arts is to offer leadership training and guidelines for success. This professional or managerial tradition of the liberal arts is discussed historically, revisiting three central claims purported by the Ancients to make the point that management and the liberal arts are connected and build off each other to provide a framework for leadership in both domains. This book will appeal to researchers in leadership studies, management, and the liberal arts.

Book Title : Leaders Talk Leadership

leaders talk leadership

Release Date : 2002-10-03
ISBN Code : 0195348443
Book Author : Meredith D. Ashby
Book Publisher : Oxford University Press
Total Pages : 288

Book Summary :

Leaders Talk Leadership is an impressive collection of interviews with some of the world's most respected corporate leaders and management scholars. Edited by Ashby and Miles of the preeminent executive search firm Heidrick and Struggles, this compilation of thought leadership spanning industries and geographies addresses the key issues facing executives today such as governance, leadership and strategy, how to lead in volatile times or through a corporate transformation, how to best leverage human capital and how to achieve competitive advantage in today's environment. Some of the CEO's featured in the book include Ken Chenault, of American Express, Steve Reinemund of PepsiCo, Heinrich von Pierer of Siemens, Ken Lewis of Bank of America, Edward Tian of China Netcom, Fred Smith of FedEx, Hank McKinnell of Pfizer, A.G. Lafley of Proctor and Gamble, Klaus Zumwinkel of Deutsche Post World Net, William Haseltine of Human Genome Sciences, Linda Sanford of IBM, Larry Weinbach of Unisys and Michael Dell of Dell Computer. Framing these cutting-edge concepts are interviews and written essays by preeminent academics, including Jay Conger from London Business School, Jim Collins of Good to Great, Mohanbir Sawhney of Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and Jeffrey Pfeffer of Stanford University. Serving as the line executive's roadmap to recruiting, retaining and developing talent and an encyclopedia of MBA students worldwide, this book represents path-breaking leadership perspectives from path-breaking leaders.

Book Title : Global Mining Investing eBook

global mining investing ebook

Release Date : 2014-03-25
ISBN Code : 9780992249908
Book Author : Andrew Sheldon
Book Publisher : Andrew Sheldon
Total Pages : 480

Book Summary :

There are few sectors in the global market where passive investors are able to sustain high earnings in the current market. Among the most alluring opportunities are emerging market property, and both IT and resource equities (i.e. exposure to commodities through mining). In the commodity market, one is exposed to substantial volatility; a dangerous leveraged exposure for the untrained eye. We argue that you don’t need to expose yourself to leverage in order to achieve high yields or asset growth. We will argue that in the mining sector, it’s not our capacity to take risks that differentiates yourself as an investor, it’s your capacity to conceptualise (and plausibly to quantify) the risks that will differentiate yourself from other investors. Warren Buffet consistently makes huge returns for his investors. He does so by making use of others money, and by making ‘sure bets’. The consistency of his investment performance lies in the systematic nature or discipline of his investment strategy. His strategy however rests on using other people’s money. Our alternative strategy is to differentiate yourself in terms of knowledge rather than leverage. We outline a strategy for non-leveraged high returns. The reason why these investments are so lucrative is because few investors take the opportunity to develop their analytical skills to place themselves in a position to identify these opportunities. The government’s tax concessions for superannuation only reinforce the tread towards ‘centralized planning’ for personal savings; in the process disempowering the investor. Just as middle class investors are now discouraged from investing in mining, so are the fund managers (mostly accountants) who don’t readily grasp geological and mining concepts. Their investment criteria are intended to serve them (with large pools of money); not your modest needs. They cannot invest in small companies that you can, because of their need for liquidity. You are therefore compromising your interests by investing with them. Most investors find investment overwhelming and associate it with a great deal of apprehension. This is an entirely negative perspective of finance that we want to address. Making money should be a source of efficacy and pride. The reason people find it overwhelming is because they have not had sufficient or systematic exposure to the topic. This is indeed very tragic because the implication is that there are a great many people who are allowing their lives to be motivated by fear. Worse still is that they are enabling others to use fear to solicit certain outcomes. They sanction politicians to sensitize your fears; they pay commissions to fund managers and their associated ‘sales spruikers’ to placate your fears. The contemporary wisdom of fund managers, affirmed by academics who have never traded investments, is that risk needs to be avoided through diversification. This is their modus operandi. We accept that risks exist; but these people convey that you should accept this ‘passive’ as an inevitable market condition. We repudiate this premise because it denies certain facts (like resource companies trading at half their cash value); it diminishes people control over their personal savings; as well as ignoring the ultimate value proposition of investing; a sense of personal efficacy and pride beyond one’s career. Modern Portfolio Theory was employed by the fund management industry as a rationalisation to encourage investors to ‘avoid knowable’ risks so that they could accept exposure to systematic risk by placing their money with them. They do not deny that there are systematic risks; they simply argue that those risks will be overshadowed by long term returns if you invest for 40-50 years. This is a rationalisation of course which serves their interests. Meanwhile investors are paying the opportunity cost of exceptional returns that exist because they have discouraged investors from seeking ‘specialised knowledge’ which would allow them to differentiate themselves from others. The paradox is that the opportunity for exceptional returns in the mining sector exists because of the popularity of their approach to investors; and because of the governments ‘boom-bust’ paradigm of stimulating markets to a point where there is a ‘yield cliff’ followed by a ‘fiscal cliff’. These systemic risks will result in the greatest transfer of assets that you will ever see. How do you explain commodity prices quadrupling in a matter of years? What lack of planning or market distortion precipitates that? Only to be matched by a corresponding market collapse. These are the types of risks that need to be understood. A mindless diversification strategy will not protect people. You might want to question where you place your hard-earned cash given that we are just about to enter another stage in the global commodity cycle; during which there will be a huge expansion in mining ‘volumes’ rather than ‘prices’. We are about to experience an unprecedented expansion of industrialisation on the basis of 20-years of low inflation (i.e. low wage pressures) and high employment uptake in emerging markets. Talk of a fiscal cliff and high debt levels will quickly evaporate, and the focus will be upon global harmonisation and integration. There are no better markets to buy mining stocks than Australia and Canada, however investors will find the Australia market easier to set up a bank account. I have been investing in speculative mineral resource stocks for over 30 years. My latest book ‘Global Mining Investing‘ is the culmination of this experience and analysis. In it I reveal all the pertinent factors to consider when buying mineral resource stocks. Buy 'Global Mining Investing' at http://sheldonthinks.ecrater.com/p/16918646/global-mining-investing-2-vol-ebook

Book Title : Great Companies Deserve Great Boards

great companies deserve great boards

Release Date : 2017-06-30
ISBN Code : 9781137510358
Book Author : B. Behan
Book Publisher : Springer
Total Pages : 175

Book Summary :

Managing and participating on governing boards of business can be a complicated and politically fraught experience. In many cases the room is filled with first timers - first time CEO, first time board member, or first time Chairman. As public and private companies are under so much public scrutiny, boards are increasingly being held accountable for the organization. This series of books covers key issues that are at the forefront of governing bodies such as: hiring board members; and creating boards that are effective and keep organizations on track; succession planning; compensation; organizational performance and measurement - plus more. Interviews with CEO's, Chairman of the Board and first time board members are sprinkled throughout, making these books readable and relevant.

Book Title : The Great Depression A Diary

the great depression a diary

Release Date : 2009-07-22
ISBN Code : 9781586488376
Book Author : Benjamin Roth
Book Publisher : Hachette UK
Total Pages : 288

Book Summary :

When the stock market crashed in 1929, Benjamin Roth was a young lawyer in Youngstown, Ohio. After he began to grasp the magnitude of what had happened to American economic life, he decided to set down his impressions in his diary. This collection of those entries reveals another side of the Great Depression—one lived through by ordinary, middle-class Americans, who on a daily basis grappled with a swiftly changing economy coupled with anxiety about the unknown future. Roth's depiction of life in time of widespread foreclosures, a schizophrenic stock market, political unrest and mass unemployment seem to speak directly to readers today.

Book Title : Budget Your Way to Comfort

budget your way to comfort

Release Date : 2016-05-14
ISBN Code : 9781524608538
Book Author : Luke Brandt
Book Publisher : AuthorHouse
Total Pages : 108

Book Summary :

Are you tired of living paycheck to paycheck? Do you want to preserve some of your hard-earned money and create a better future for you and your family? In Budget Your Way to Comfort, Im going to help you save money and help you create a straightforward budget. Ill give you some tips to fine-tune your spending habits, help cut your living expenses, and introduce you to the world of investing in precious metals and the stock market.

Book Title : Purpose The Starting Point of Great Companies

purpose the starting point of great companies

Release Date : 2014-12-16
ISBN Code : 9781466887442
Book Author : Nikos Mourkogiannis
Book Publisher : St. Martin's Press
Total Pages : 272

Book Summary :

In Purpose, world-renowned thought leader Nikos Mourkogiannis turns the entire idea of leadership on its head and shows that the choice between values and success is no choice at all. Mourkogiannis argues that companies must satisfy the need for purpose--a set of values that defines an organization and inspires and motivates its employees. Rather than organization and structure, ideas are what cause companies to go from good to great. Drawing on examples from across multiple industries, Mourkogiannis demonstrates how a strong purpose is the essential first step toward lasting success.

Book Title : A True Description of the Lake Superior Country with Bayfield s Chart

a true description of the lake superior country with bayfield s chart

Release Date : 1846
ISBN Code : NYPL:33433089972511
Book Author : John R. St. John
Book Publisher :
Total Pages : 118

Book Summary :

This descriptive discussion of the Lake Superior country emphasizes geographical features and is directed primarily towards those interested in locating and exploiting the region's mineral deposits of copper and iron. Nevertheless, it is written as a travel narrative, with the author progressing along the shoreline areas, noting their scenic beauties and providing anecdotes and opinions along the way. The reader is told what to wear and what transportation facilities and amenities will be found en route. The book lists mining companies already functioning in the area and gives information about their management and the nature of their operations. Among other information, there is also a glossary of mining terms, a list of grantees, a short vocabulary of French and local Indian words, and a list of steamship and sailing vessels.

Book Title : Management and Economic Development

management and economic development

Release Date : 2012-12-06
ISBN Code : 9789401024822
Book Author : A.R. Negandhi
Book Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
Total Pages : 192

Book Summary :

The ping-pong diplomacy and its aftermath discussion, coupled with the entry of communist China into the United Nations and the subsequent expulsion of Taiwan, will generate considerable political dialogue about the changing balance of power and the fate of the other China. These political discussions will obviously overshadow the true role and function of the existence of Taiwan. Given the time, Taiwan could become a model for the development process for other emerging countries. Taiwan's experience with eco nomic development has real relevance for many countries. For exam ple, in less than two decades Taiwan has achieved the industrial and economic growth that should well make it the envy of nearly all other developing nations. Its per capita income is exceeded only by Japan among the countries of the Far East. Yet, despite vigorous economic and industrial growth, obvious breakdowns in this economic progress come into view. The lack of managerial input threatens to become a real bottleneck. The study reported in this volume examines the feasibility and utility of transferring advanced management know-how and practices into the industrial enterprises in Taiwan in order to generate further economic and industrial growth. The study itself concerns management practices and effectiveness of American subsidiaries, Japanese sub sidiaries, and comparable local firms in Taiwan.

Book Title : Start and Grow Your Faith Based Nonprofit

start and grow your faith based nonprofit

Release Date : 2005-07-08
ISBN Code : 0787980919
Book Author : Jill Esau
Book Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
Total Pages : 250

Book Summary :

Start and Grow Your Faith-Based Nonprofit offers clear guidance on how to fund and manage a faith-based social ministry. If you have been called by God to fulfill a mission through a nonprofit organization, this is the book for you. Written specifically for grassroots faith-based groups, this important book is a tool for the thousands of individuals and churches that heal emotional, physical, and spiritual wounds through faith-based social service programming. In this much-needed resource, Jill C. Esau, founder of We Care Northwest--a nonprofit designed to build capacity in and advocate on behalf of faith-based organizations, provides professional step-by-step guidance. Start and Grow Your Faith-Based Nonprofit addresses vital issues such as church sponsorship, volunteer management, the grant making process, observing government regulations and certification, fiscal responsibilities, partnering with complementary programs, and much more.