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Security Analysis and Portfolio Management, 2/e

Security Analysis and Portfolio Management,  2/e

Author(s):
  • M. Ranganatham
  • R. Madhumathi
  • Author: M. Ranganatham
    • ISBN:9788131759202
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    • Price: Rs. 645.00
    • Offer Price:Rs. 575.00
    • Pages:792
    • Imprint:Pearson Education
    • Binding:Paperback
    • Status:Available


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    The revised and enlarged second edition of Security Analysis and Portfolio Management provides a more comprehensive coverage of concepts. It has been expanded to strengthen the conceptual foundation and incorporates the latest research and up-to-date thinking in all the chapters.

    Table of Content

    Preface
    1. An Overview of Financial Markets
    2. Stock Exchanges in India
    3. Stock Market Regulation
    4. Services of Intermediaries
    5. Investment Opportunities
    6. Debt Instruments and Their Valuation
    7. Equity Instruments and Their Valuation
    8. Derivatives and Their Valuation
    9. Fundamental Analysis I: Economic Analysis
    10. Fundamental Analysis II: Industry Analysis
    11. Fundamental Analysis III: Company Analysis
    12. Technical Analysis I: Charting Tools
    13. Technical Analysis II: Tools
    14. Risk Management with Derivatives
    15. Portfolio Risk Analysis
    16. Portfolio Theory
    17. Portfolio Building Process
    18. Mutual Fund Management
    19. Portfolio Performance Evaluation
    20. Portfolio Management
    21. Forecasting Portfolio Performance
    22. Hedging Portfolio Risk

    Major Stock Exchanges
    Glossary
    Readings
    Index

    Salient Features

    • Completely new chapters on portfolio risk analysis, portfolio building process, mutual fund management, portfolio performance evaluations and hedging portfolio risk have been included.
    • An Indian perspective has been presented through cases and examples to help students from Indian business schools relate to the concepts discussed in the book.
    • Each chapter begins with a feature called ‘The Situation’, in which managers in a fictitious company must make certain key decisions in the derivatives market.
    • The chapters are interspersed with Business Snapshots that provide interesting facts related to the topic discussed in the chapter. These additional bits of information help retain the students’ interest and provide them with insights into real-world events.
    • The book employs learning tools such as learning objectives, chapter outlines, detailed chapter summaries, key terms and review questions to help the reader grasp the subject matter better.
     
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