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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

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

Nov 1997

664 pages

Select type: Hardcover

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$100.00

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(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
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.