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La Jerga De Wall Street - cover

La Jerga De Wall Street

Nora Peterson

Publisher: Atlantic Publishing Group, Inc.

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Finalmente, un diccionario de finanzas elaborado tomando en cuenta las necesidades de los inversores. La Jerga de Wall Street hace más que definir los terminos que usan a diario los corredores de la bolsa, The Wall Street Journal y CNBC – este libro explica los términos de una manera diferente a cómo los presentan los diccionarios tradicionales. Mientras que otros diccionarios están organizados de manera alfabética, de la A to Z, La Jerga de Wall Street está estructurado por capítulos y temas. Este libro comienza desde su nivel –con temas que despiertan su curiosidad- y finaliza solo cuando so curiosidad- y finaliza solo cuando su curiosidad ha sido satisfecha.
 
No importa si usted es un experimentado inversionista o está explorando los mercados por primera vez, usted podrá apreciar el estilo de fácil lectura y la manera como está estructurada esta innovadora herramienta de inversion. El libro traslada la jerga usade dentro de Wall Street a un lenguaje directo y fácil de entender.
 
Más de 1,000 términos que los inversionistas necesitan saber para obtener ganancias en sus inversiones.
 
Definiciones organizadas por temas.
 
Completo index y referencias entre terminos.
 
Lista de los acrónimos usados comúnmente.
 
Útiles recurso, con referencias a páginas del Internet.

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