by Charles H. Ferguson $13.99 USD
Charles H. Ferguson, who electrified the world with his Oscar-winning documentary Inside Job , now explains how a predator elite took over the country, step by step, and he exposes the networks of academic, financial, and political influence, in all recent administrations, that prepared the predators’ path to conquest. Over the last several decades, the United States has undergone one of the most radical social and economic transformations in its history.
- Finance has become America’s dominant industry, while manufacturing, even for high technology industries, has nearly disappeared.
- The financial sector has become increasingly criminalized, with the widespread fraud that caused the housing bubble going completely unpunished.
- Federal tax collections as a share of GDP are at their lowest level in sixty years, with the wealthy and highly profitable corporations enjoying the greatest tax reductions.
by Reuben Advani $22.00 USD
You don’t need an MBA to master corporate finance. “Finally, the book which may put Harvard Business School out of business. A must-read for all professionals who seek strong financial expertise.”. —Rick Rickertsen, Managing Partner, Pine Creek Partners; author of Buyout. “Terrific overview of corporate finance and accounting that even the nonfinancial professional will find useful.”. —Ken Glazer, former Senior Competition Counsel, The Coca-Cola Company. “ The Wall Street MBA distills a broad swath of corporate finance and financial reporting concepts into a concise, practical, and easily accessible format.”.
by Michael Becket $19.95 USD
Now more than ever, people are being affected by the fluctuations in the global economy and by financial uncertainty – with major impacts on their savings, portfolios and pensions. Fully updated for this fourth edition, How the Stock Market Works tells investors what is being traded and how, who does what with whom, and how to evaluate a particular share or bond in light of rival claims from critics and admirers. From the practical consequences of being a shareholder to a basic coverage of the taxation regime, the book provides a wealth of information on individual product types as well as the key players themselves.
by Ian Copsey $75.00 USD
An update to the Elliot Wave Principle that corrects a fundamental error The Elliot Wave Principle has been widely adopted as a tool for traders analyzing market cycles, but Ian Copsey has unearthed a fundamental error in the way it defines the structural development of price behavior. Harmonic Elliott Wave: The Case for Modification of R. N. Elliott’s Impulsive Wave Structure explains what’s wrong with the Principle, outlining a modification that allows for more accurate trading predictions. Revealing the methodology that led to this discovery, the common ratios that link different parts of the wave structure, and providing a wealth of practical examples to explain his findings, Copsey shows how waves really develop, dispelling the misconceptions that have been practiced by Elliotticians for years. Supporting his methods by consistently ensuring that waves are related by common ratios, Copsey helps the reader apply the revised version of the Principle with greater understanding and accuracy.
by Harinder S Kohli; Ashok Sharma; Anil Sood $84.95 USD
Asia is in the midst of a truly historic transformation. If it continues to grow on its recent trajectory, it could, by 2050, account for more than half of global GDP, trade and investment, and enjoy widespread affluence. Its per capita income could rise sixfold. It thus holds the promise of making some 4 billion Asians, hitherto commonly associated with poverty and deprivation, affluent by today’s standards. This study, Asia 2050: Realizing the Asian Century , is aimed at key opinion makers to foster debate on a vision of and strategy for Asia’s potentially historic rise among the global community of nations between now and 2050.
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