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If you are looking to start investing, or just understand how the markets work, this is the ideal introduction. I found this book to be excellent in its introduction of how the stock market works, with introductory analysis on everything from gilts to bonds, from warrants to futures.
The best-selling investing "bible" offers new information, new insights, and new perspectives The Little Book of …. Skip to main content. Start your free trial. Thoroughly updated, this edition now includes: - Comprehensive advice about unit trusts and other collective investments - A brand new section on dividend payments and what to watch out for - An expanded jargon-busting glossary to demystify those complex phrases and concepts - Recent Financial Times articles and tables to illustrate and expand on case studies and examples - Detailed updates of changes to tax rates and legislation as well as increases in ISA allowances and revisions to capital gains tax Show and hide more.
Table of contents Product information. Partnerships Limited liability Ordinary shares and extraordinary returns Shareholder rights A money-making machine Dividends and retained earnings What if I want to sell? Primary and secondary markets Bonds Capital structure Stocks and shares Rights issues Financial institutions Be proud to be a capitalist! A note of warning — investment and speculation 2 The rewards of investment Becoming a millionaire Simple and compound interest How well have investors fared in the past?
The importance of income International comparison Equities versus gilts What about risk? Closing comment Further reading 3 Stock markets What is a stock market? The role of stock exchanges Useful websites 4 Buying and selling shares Stockbroker services Choosing a stockbroker Finding prices and other information Getting the most out of financial websites What happens when I buy or sell shares?
What is an option? Share options Call option holders call option buyers Call option writers An example of an option writing strategy LIFFE share options Put options How to trade options Using share options to reduce risk: hedging Using options to reduce losses Index options Further reading Websites 9 Futures Marking to market and margins Settlement Equity index futures Buying and selling futures 10 pread betting, contracts for difference and warrants Spread betting Contracts for difference Warrants Covered warrants Further reading Websites part 3 Company analysis 11 Company accounts Oh no!
Not numbers again! Exceptional items Stock inventory valuation Depreciation Capitalisation Off-balance-sheet items Share stock options Missing the profits and assets in investee companies Other tricks Concluding comments Further reading 14 Analysing industries The competitive floor The five competitive forces Threat of entry Intensity of rivalry of existing companies The threat from substitutes Buyer customer power Supplier power Industry evolution Concluding comments Further reading 15 The competitive position of the firm The TRRACK system What makes resources extraordinary?
Investment in resources Leveraging resources and over-exploiting them Concluding comments Further reading part 4 Managing your portfolio 16 Companies issuing shares New issues Rights issues Other equity issues Scrip issues Share buy-backs and special dividends 17 Taxation and investors Stamp duty Tax on dividends Capital gains tax Interest-bearing instruments Inheritance tax Individual savings accounts Personal pensions Enterprise Investment Scheme Venture capital trusts Tax-efficient charitable gifts 18 Mergers and takeovers Merger motives Financing mergers The rules of the takeover game Who wins from mergers?
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