Soft covered book titled PORTFOLIO ANALYSIS by Jack Francis and Stephen H. Archer, Foundations of Finance Series, 1971.
This book has two primary objectives. The first is to teach portfolio analysis.
- Chapters 1, 2, and 3 seek to lay the foundation portfolio analysis.
- Chapters 4 presents techniques.
- Chapters 5 through 10 explore various implications of portfolio analysis.
- The last chapter takes up some unanswered questions and ventures a few subjective conclusions.
Several mathematical appendices at the end of the book are included as a helpful refresher of relevant topics from freshman college algebra and elementary statistics.
The second objective is the "sell" a pedagogical point of view. The authors believe the most important things a business student can learn are math, economics, and computer programming. Having mastered theres, you can learn the functional areas of business more easily. This book stresses economic rationale, mathematical definitions, numerical examples, and “how to do it yourself" math pointers to the exclusion of institutional and descriptive material. This book is in VG+ condition, the pages are clean and intact, and the binding is tight. A must read for anyone interested in financial management!
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