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A Capital Guide to Hedge Funds
A Capital Guide to Hedge Funds
Author: Sarah Barham | Publisher: ISI Publications Ltd
The Capital Guide to Hedge Funds 2002 Topics Covered Include: • A year of turmoil - Impact on Hedge Fund Operations • Current State of the Hedge Fund market • Jurisdiction Profiles: Bermuda, Cayman Islands, Dublin, Luxembourg, Hong Kong • Getting the Structure Right for the Managers and the Investment • Legal Segregation of Assets: Towards Global Recognition • Raising Capital for Start ups • US regulatory and Tax Considerations for Offshore Funds • Addressing the Inefficiencies of Paper-based Transactions • Equalisation • Anti-Money
Added: 04.05.2007ISBN: 9627762849Pages: 300Price: £ 125,00Lang.: English 
Absolute Returns: The Risk and Opportunities of Hedge Fund Investing (Wiley Finance)
Absolute Returns: The Risk and Opportunities of Hedge Fund Investing (Wiley Finance)
Author: Alexander M. Ineichen | Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
A practical guide to strategies of hedge fund investing. Hedge fund expert Alexander Ineichen outlines strategies that hedge fund managers use to achieve superior investment performance, particularly in bear markets, when traditional investment strategies do not perform so well, and shows readers how hedge funds might be added to traditional investment portfolios to achieve superior returns. Nontechnical yet sophisticated, Absolute Returns shows investors how to make educated decisions about hedge fund investment--thoroughly explaining the ri
Added: 09.05.2007ISBN: 0471251208Pages: 514Price: £ 42,50Lang.: EnglishRecommended
All About Bonds and Bond Mutual Funds: The Easy Way to Get Started
All About Bonds and Bond Mutual Funds: The Easy Way to Get Started
Author: Esme E. Faerber | Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional
This work contains everything an individual investor needs to know about bonds. The average income investor doesn't want or need to get bogged down in technical discussions of interest rates and time. So "All About Bonds and Bond Mutual Funds" gives them what they want - a simple yet comprehensive treatment of bonds and bond funds. Along with updated bond information, this revised edition also includes new material on: Bond mutual funds, Tax-free municipal bonds, International bonds and bond funds.
Added: 09.05.2007ISBN: 0071345078Pages: 342Price: £ 9,99Lang.: EnglishRecommended
All About Index Funds: The Easy Way to Get Started (All About Series)
All About Index Funds: The Easy Way to Get Started (All About Series)
Author: Richard A. Ferri | Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional
Everything you need to know about index funds in one updated resource The newly updated edition of All About Index Funds gives individual investors all the tools they need to navigate one of today's hottest investing areas. It features complete coverage of all the new U.S. equity indexes that have changed the dynamics of the index fund marketplace, the expanding role of ETFs and active indexing, and the evolution of the broker/client relationship due to the decreasing cost of investing caused by index funds
Added: 04.05.2007ISBN: 0071484922Pages: 304Price: £ 10,79Lang.: English 
An Introduction to Mutual Funds Worldwide (Securities Institute)
An Introduction to Mutual Funds Worldwide (Securities Institute)
Author: Ray Russell | Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
This guide explains what mutual funds are, how they have developed and how they are used, regulated and administered across the globe. Both open-ended and closed-ended funds are described and the differences between the international markets, particularly USA, Europe and UK are addressed. Written by successful trainer and consultant, Ray Russell, the material reflects the growth and importance across the globe of mutual funds as a means of investing in worldwide economic development, whether to build a fund for retirement or otherwise. Reader
Added: 09.05.2007ISBN: 0470062037Pages: 198Price: £ 19,13Lang.: English 
Common Sense on Mutual Funds: New Imperatives for the Intelligent Investor
Common Sense on Mutual Funds: New Imperatives for the Intelligent Investor
Author: John C. Bogle | Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Invoking the words and spirit of Thomas Paine, investor-turned-historian John Bogle concedes that ideas for revamping the mutual-fund industry are perhaps "not yet sufficiently fashionable to them general favor." But despite likening the "ills and injustices suffered by mutual fund investors" to those "our forebears suffered under English tyranny," Bogle--founder of the Vanguard Group-- makes a strong case for index funds with this exhaustive study of investing.
Added: 09.05.2007ISBN: 0471392286Pages: 496Price: £ 10,49Lang.: EnglishRecommended
ETF Strategies and Tactics: Hedge Your Portfolio in a Changing Market
ETF Strategies and Tactics: Hedge Your Portfolio in a Changing Market
Author: Laurence Rosenberg, Neal Weintraub, Andrew Hyman | Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional
In just a decade, the exchange-traded funds (ETFs) market has grown from one billion dollars to more than half-a-trillion dollars. While previous books have provided introductions to and listings of ETFs, ETF Strategies and Tactics offers practical guidance on how to invest in these funds and use them to balance your portfolio. Written by a powerhouse authorial team, ETF Strategies and Tactics thoroughly covers the ins and outs of ETFs, detailing how they work, their distinctive characteristics, who trades them, who owns them, and their advan
Added: 04.03.2008ISBN: 007149734XPages: 400Price: £ 28,04Lang.: English 
Exchange Traded Funds as an Investment Option (Finance and Capital Markets Series)
Exchange Traded Funds as an Investment Option (Finance and Capital Markets Series)
Author: A. Seddik Meziani | Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Exchange Traded Funds (ETF's) are a relatively new open-ended investment vehicle. Launched in 1993, their appeal as an important and unique financial product has compelled institutional and retail investors to look anew at their almost endless possibilities. This has led to their dramatic expansion. Meziani draws from his academic and corporate expertise to straddle both theory and practice. Using this book, practitioners, academics and students alike will find a thorough explanation of the theoretical ideas underlying ETF's, along with their d
Added: 04.05.2007ISBN: 1403932875Pages: 350Price: £ 118,75Lang.: English 
Funds of Hedge Funds: Performance, Assessment, Diversification, and Statistical Properties
Funds of Hedge Funds: Performance, Assessment, Diversification, and Statistical Properties: Performance, Assessment, Diversification and Statistical Properties (Quantitative Finance)
Author: Greg N. Gregoriou | Publisher: A Butterworth-Heinemann Title
With about $450 billion in assets, funds of hedge funds are the most recent darling of investors. While hedge funds carry high risk for the promise of high returns they are designed for the very rich and for large institutional investors such as pension funds. "A Fund of Hedge Funds" (FOF) spreads investments among a number of hedge funds to reduce risk and provide diversification, while maintaining the potential for higher than average returns. Odds are that some pension fund of yours is invested heavily in these products, and more recently th
Added: 09.05.2007ISBN: 0750679840Pages: 496Price: £ 48,45Lang.: English 
Getting Started in Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs)
Getting Started in Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs)
Author: Todd Lofton | Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
A complete, easy-to-read introduction to exchange traded funds "Getting Started in Exchange Traded Funds" clearly explains the ins-and-outs of these new investment vehicles and how to successfully add them to an investment portfolio. This book will show investors how ETFs are created, how to evaluate an ETF's performance, and where to look for an ETF that best matches a particular investment objective. In addition, it will demonstrate how to use basic technical analysis to forecast ETF prices and explain how options on ETFs can be used to enhan
Added: 09.05.2007ISBN: 047004358XPages: 287Price: £ 12,59Lang.: English 
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