He includes new discussions on the rapid rise and interest in exchange-traded funds, the new NYSE-Euronext market, the merger of the NYSE and Amex, and more. Expanded coverage is also presented in behavioral finance and the bond markets. In addition, investors will benefit from the updated problems and questions that really make them think of the most effective moves before acting.
Chapter 1: Understanding Investments.
Chapter 2: Investment Alternatives.
Chapter 3: Indirect Investing.
Chapter 4: Securities Markets.
Chapter 5: How Securities Are Traded.
PART TWO: PORTFOLIO AND CAPITAL MARKET THEORY.
Chapter 6: Returns and Risks from Investing.
Chapter 7: Portfolio Theory.
Chapter 8: Portfolio Selection.
Chapter 9: Asset Pricing Models.
PART THREE: COMMON STOCKS: ANALYSIS, VALUATION, AND MANAGEMENT.
Chapter 10: Common Stock Valuation.
Chapter 11: Common Stocks: Analysis and Strategy.
Chapter 12: Market Efficiency.
PART FOUR: SECURITY ANALYSIS.
Chapter 13: Economy/Market Analysis.
Chapter 14: Sector/Industry Analysis.
Chapter 15: Company Analysis.
Chapter 16: Technical Analysis.
PART FIVE: FIXED–INCOME SECURITIES: ANALYSIS, VALUATION, AND MANAGEMENT.
Chapter 17: Bond Yields and Prices.
Chapter 18: Bonds: Analysis and Strategy.
PART SIX: DERIVATIVE SECURITIES.
Chapter 19: Options.
Chapter 20: Futures.
PART SEVEN: INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT.
Chapter 21: Portfolio Management.
Chapter 22: Evaluation of Investment Performance.
Charles P. Jones