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Novices

Are you a complete novice at investment valuation? Are you at an intermediate level? Are you a savvy evaluator?

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IDG Books Worldwide series of "For Dummies" books with two-sided one-page Cheat Sheets is designed for complete novices. The series has expanded to include many titles. As of October 2000, the Business/Finance category of the online "For Dummies" catalog includes the following titles.

Accounting For Dummies®
Everyday Math For Dummies®
Investing For Dummies®, 2nd Edition
Investing Online For Dummies®, 3rd Edition
Mutual Funds For Dummies®, 2nd Edition
Personal Finance For Dummies®, 3rd Edition

The following titles do not appear to be in print:

Capital Markets For Dummies
Corporate Finance For Dummies
Cost Accounting For Dummies
Econometrics For Dummies
Financial Accounting For Dummies
Financial Economics For Dummies
Financial Derivatives For Dummies
Market Hedging For Dummies
Inferential Statistics For Dummies
Foreign Portfolio Investment For Dummies
Investment Valuation For Dummies
Management Accounting For Dummies
Mergers and Acquisitions For Dummies
Partial Differential Equations For Dummies
Probability For Dummies
Risk Arbitrage For Dummies
Security Analysis For Dummies

Alpha Books, a division of Simon & Schuster Macmillan Company, publishes The Complete Idiot's Guide books with two-sided one-page Reference Cards designed for complete novices. As of October 2000, the series includes the following titles from High Street Central:

The Complete Idiot's Guide to Online Investing (2nd Edition)
The Complete Idiot's Guide to Finance and Accounting
The Complete Idiot's Guide to Gambling Like a Pro
The Complete Idiot's Guide to Getting Rich
The Complete Idiot's Guide to Making Money on Wall Street
The Complete Idiot's Guide to MBA Basics

The Dummies and the Idiots series illustrate the type of material that is amenable to simplification. While beginning students of investing may benefit from books like these, intermediate students will probably find it more useful to consult the popular investment books published for the mass market and usually available in trade paperback editions. The savvy students will have graduated to the primary sources of serious investment knowledge.

The DCF Valuator and DCF Valuator Pro are designed for the same audiences as four such sources (see Special Books):

 


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