Distressed Securities: Analyzing and Evaluating Market Potential and Investment Risk / Edition 2by Edward I. Altman
Pub. Date: 02/28/1999
Publisher: Beard Books, Incorporated
A Definitive Guide to the Market for Distressed Securities. In today's volatile business climate, with increasing numbers of bond defaults and Chapter 11 bankruptcy filings, the market for distressed companies' debt and equity securities continues to capture the interest and imagination of the investment, legal, banking, and advisory communities. The profit-making potential of securities selling at discount prices makes distressed securities very attractive to the educated and aggressive investor. In Distressed Securities, author Edward I. Altman provides a definitive guide to this market, and applies his considerable analytical ability and practical experience to specific types of distressed securities, including proven strategies for bank debt, defaulted private trade debt, defaulted straight debt securities, and 'fallen angels.' These principles, first expressed in the original edition published in 1991, remain valid in this 1999 reprint edition.
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When the book was originally published in 1991 it would have been very relevant. However, 13 years later, the book shows its age and does not provide much meaningful information for today's practioners.