2 edition of Investing in institutions found in the catalog.
Investing in institutions
|Statement||Multi Donor Fund for Aceh and Nias.|
|Contributions||Multi Donor Fund for Aceh and Nias.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 46 p. :|
|Number of Pages||46|
|LC Control Number||2009315304|
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No book on investment can ignore these institutions — pension funds, insurance companies, investment trusts and unit trusts — firstly, because they are the intermediaries through which the vast majority of people knowingly or unknowingly invest in stock market securities and, secondly, because their presence is now so major that every facet.
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Unlike standard investment texts that cover trading as one of many subjects, Financial Trading and Investing gives primary attention to trading, trading institutions, markets, and the institutions that facilitate and regulate trading activities—what economists call "market microstructure.".
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This gives institutions a clear definition of what their investing is trying to achieve and provides the basis for assessing if those objectives are being met. Only after these goals are clearly formalized and communicated do institutions begin constructing portfolios.
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Each of these previously identified. Transparent investment institutions are investment institutions that exclusively invest in one (investment) institution and do not (actively) perform their own investment policy.
As a matter of fact a transparent investment institution is a normal participant in the underlying fund in which it invests. Benjamin Graham () Graham () is considered the father of value investing, an approach exemplified by a student of his named Warren Buffett, who has called it “the best book on.
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