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Best Practices For Equity Research Analysts : Essentials for Buy-Side and Sell-Side Analysts - James Valentine

Best Practices For Equity Research Analysts

Essentials for Buy-Side and Sell-Side Analysts

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Published: 1st January 2011
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The first real-world guide for training equity research analysts

"Best Practices for Equity Research Analysis" covers everything budding young analysts need to know, from technical areas, such as building models and using valuation tools, to the best approach to interviewing company management. The book identifies and teaches the profession's ten best-practices areas and details 75 specific best practices within those areas. Chapters include: Selecting the Optimal Stock Universe--Don't Let Others Choose Your Fate Sectors Before Stocks--Maximizing Long-Run Performance Uncover Proprietary Industry Sources for an Edge Get the Most From Interviews with Management and Information Sources; Create Financial Forecasts with Just Enough Detail to Spot Anomalies; Frameworks for Deciding Between Buy, Hold, and Sell Tips to Ensure You Don't Stray From Ethical Practices

List of Exhibitsp. xi
Prefacep. xvii
Acknowledgmentsp. xxiii
Introductionp. 1
Do You Have What It Takes to Be a Successful Analyst?p. 9
Mastering Organization and Interpersonal Skillsp. 15
Take Control to Optimize the Coverage Universep. 17
Prioritize Time for the Most Valuable Activitiesp. 27
Influence Others to Accumulate Insights and Get Heardp. 43
Construct and Organize an Information Hubp. 51
Buy-Side Only: Maximize Benefits of Sell-Side Relationshipsp. 67
Generating Qualitative Insightsp. 77
Identify Factors That Impact a Sector's Valuation and Performancep. 79
Identify and Monitor a Stock's Critical Factorsp. 93
Create Sustainable Proprietary Sources of Insightp. 119
Get the Most from Interviewing for Insightsp. 137
Generating Quantitative Insightsp. 153
Detect Deceptive Numbersp. 157
Leverage Statistics for Insightsp. 163
Conduct Surveys to Acquire Unique Insightsp. 185
Identify Yellow Flags through Forensic Accountingp. 195
Identify the Relevant Microsoft Excel Features for Equity Research Analystsp. 217
Creating the Best Spreadsheet Architecture for Financial Analysisp. 225
Develop Company Financial Models to Elicit Insightsp. 233
Forecast Scenarios for the Most Important Critical Factorsp. 245
Mastering Practical Valuation and Stock-Picking Skillsp. 255
Understand the Benefits and Limitations of Common Valuation Methodologiesp. 257
Overcome Challenges to Creating Discerning Stock Callsp. 271
Avoid Common Psychological Challenges That Impede Sound Investingp. 305
Leverage Technical Analysis to Improve Fundamental Analysisp. 325
Communicating Stock Ideas So Others Take Actionp. 341
Create Content That Has Valuep. 343
Identify the Optimal Communication Channelsp. 351
Convey the 7 Critical Elements of Stock Recommendationsp. 357
Special Considerations for the Most Important Delivery Channelsp. 371
Making Ethical Decisionsp. 389
Identify and Resolve Ethical Challengesp. 391
Works Citedp. 403
Indexp. 407
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ISBN: 9780071736381
ISBN-10: 0071736387
Series: Professional Finance & Investment
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 402
Published: 1st January 2011
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.0 x 16.0  x 4.0
Weight (kg): 0.07
Edition Number: 1