8 edition of Risky Investment found in the catalog.
May 30, 2005
by Bella Books
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||269|
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Before you start pouring your money into investments that seem to be totally safe there's one important thing you need to know: No investment is completely risk-free. This book is a compilation of recent articles written by leading academics and practitioners in the area of risk-based and factor investing (RBFI). The articles are intended to introduce readers to some of the latest, cutting edge research encountered by academics and professionals dealing with RBFI solutions.
Risky Investment. by Beth Moore. Investment analyst Lynn Gregory was used to taking risks. But even Lynn has her doubts when Matt, her best friend and roommate, asks her to participate in a charade to hide his sexuality from his parents. Originally published by Bella Books eBook $ File Type: Clear: Risky Investment - eBook. An Introduction To Investment Theory. This hyper text book introduces the foundations of investment decision-making. The book is designed for use in a four-week teaching module for master's students studying introductory Finance.
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