Reading Between the Lies

Reading Between the Lies

How to Detect Fraud and Avoid Becoming A Victim of Wall Street's Next Scandal

eBook - 2003
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This text aims to show individuals that investing doesn't have to be a gamble and that they can avoid the next Enron before it happens by learning to be their own most-trusted financial advisor. The book offers investors all the information they need to begin the self-education process. It examines modern financial markets and discusses how they have been abused, touching but not dwelling on such infamous cases as Enron, Tyco, WorldCom and Adelphia. It explains how to dig into company financial records to find valuable investing information, and shows how to turn this research into an action plan for safer, profitable investing. they did it; how audits are conducted and why they can be a problem; why itsimportant for investors to perform their own company financial evaluations; how to assess data on balance sheets and other financial reports to determine a company's potential; how to look beyond fundamental's and evaluate such things as technical indicators and management profiles; and where to look online for financial information and how to apply it intelligently
Publisher: Chicago : Dearborn Trade Publ., c2003
ISBN: 9780585473116
Characteristics: xvi, 255 pages : illustrations
Additional Contributors: NetLibrary, Inc


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