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Handbook of Canadian Security Analysis, A Guide to Evaluating the Industry Sectors of the Market, from Bay Street's Top Analysts, Volume 1

Joe Kan (Editor)
ISBN: 978-0-471-64181-0
664 pages
November 1997
Handbook of Canadian Security Analysis, A Guide to Evaluating the Industry Sectors of the Market, from Bay Street
(Finance & Investment)"For the novice and the experienced investment professional alike, this book provides a wealth of insight into security analysis. I wish I had this book when I first started in the portfolio management business." ~Jenny Witterick, CFA Partner; "This book provides the reader with insights into how the 'pros' do their thing. It is a must-read for everyone in the business, entering the business, or, for that matter, anyone with an interest in actively investing." ~Mark A.F. Golding, Chairman & CEO Guardian Capital Inc. "This high-quality new work fills a gap that, until now, has existed in the literature of Canadian securities analysis." ~W. David Wilson, President & Deputy CEO, Scotia Capital Markets & Chairman of the Investment Dealers Association
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Preface.

Acknowledgements.

List of Participants.

HIGH ECONOMIC SENSITIVITY.

Chapter 1: Metals and Minerals, Manford Mallory, CFA.

Chapter 2: Gold, Felix Freeman.

Chapter 3: Steels, Steve Laciak.

Chapter 4: Chemicals, Jim Milton, CFA.

Chapter 5: Oil and Gas, Pentti Karkkainen.

Chapter 6: Paper and Forest Products, Don Roberts.

Chapter 7: Transportation and Environmental Services, Glynn Williams, CFA.

Chapter 8: Industrial Products: Early Cycle Consumer Durables and Late Cycle Capital Spending, Greg Thompson.

LOW ECONOMIC SENSITIVITY.

Chapter 9: Banks, Kevin Choquette, CFA.

Chapter 10: Telecommunications, Glen Campbell.

Chapter 11: Pipelines and Utilities, M. George Lewis, CFA.

EMERGING ECONOMY.

Chapter 12: Biotechnology and Pharmaceuticals, Bin Huang.

Chapter 13: Technology, David Wright and Brian Piccioni.

INVESTMENT STRATEGY.

Chapter 14: Strategy, Peter Gibson.

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CONTRIBUTORS
The Handbook of Canadian Security Analysis assembles a stellar list of contributors, all ranked as leading investment analysts on Canadian analyst performance surveys, or on the annual Wall Street Journal All-Star Analysts survey. For the first time ever, twenty-seven of Canada's leading investment analysts have come together to offer their expertise and experience in two definitive volumes. Contributors to Volume 1:

Glen Campbell on Telecommunications
Kevin Choquette on Banks
Felix Freeman on Gold
Peter Gibson on Strategy
Bin Huang on Biotechnology & Pharmaceuticals
Pentti Karkkainen on Oil & Gas
Steve Laciak on Steels
George Lewis on Piplines & Utilities
Manford Mallory on Metals & Minerals
Jim Milton on Chemicals
Don Roberts on Paper & Forest Products
Greg Thompson on Industrial Products
Glynn Williams on Transportation & Environmental Services
David Wright & Brian Piccioni on Technology

EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD
Every chapter of the Handbook of Canadian Security Analysis has been reviewed by members of a distinguished editorial board, drawn from academia, the institutional investment community, and industry associations. Editorial advisors to Volume 1:

Roland Bertin
Keith Graham, CFA
Robert L. Heinkel
Wally Kusters, P.Eng., CFA
James A. MacDonald, CFA
Frank Mersch, CFA
John G. Priestman
I. Rossa O'Reilly, CFA

THE EDITOR
Joe Kan is a chartered financial analyst and president of Kan & Associates Inc., a search firm specializing in recruitment for institutional equity professionals.
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"For the novice and the experienced investment professional alike, this book provides a wealth of insight into security analysis. I wish I had this book when I first started in the portfolio management business."
Jenny Witterick, CFA, Partner, Foyston, Gordon & Payne, Inc., and Former President of the Toronto Society of Financial Analysts

"This book provides the reader with insights into how the 'pros' do their thing. It is a must-read for everyone in the business, entering the business, or, for that matter, anyone with an interest in actively investing."
Mark A.F. Golding, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Guardian Capital Inc.

"This high-quality new work fills a gap that, until now, has existed in the literature of Canadian securities analysis."
W. David Wilson, President & Deputy CEO, Scotia Capital Markets and Chairman of the Investment Dealers Association

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