The Almanac is a unique reference work and provides you with the data to tackle the markets in the year ahead. The main section consists of a 52-week diary, supplemented with articles, facts, figures and trivia unique to the Almanac. This is an extremely valuable and massively informative companion to the financial year making the Almanac the one essential book for the serious trader or investor. Essentially three books in one, the Almanac consists of: 1. 2008 Financial diary - A 52-week, one week per page, diary Each page of the diary includes key financial dates including: important economic releases, derivative contract expiries, exchange holidays, and company results expected that week. The pages also feature the results of a unique study including the historic performance of the market for each day and week of the year. - Seasonality research Each page of the diary is accompanied by an original, informative and entertaining article. These cover studies of trends and anomalie
|Publisher:||Harriman House Publishing|
|Edition description:||4th 2008 ed.|
|Product dimensions:||6.90(w) x 9.20(h) x 1.25(d)|
About the Author
Stephen Eckett read mathematics at London University and then joined Baring Securities on the Japanese equities and warrants desk. After setting up a futures operation for Barings in Hong Kong, he joined the capital markets division of Bankers Trust and organized the first listing of an index warrant in Asia. He then moved to Tokyo to set up a derivatives desk for S.G Warburg Securities. In 1993 he founded Numa Financial Systems Ltd, a training and systems consultancy company specialising in derivatives. Stephen Eckett has compiled several books about finance, including "The UK Stock Market Almanac" and "The Harriman Book of Investing Rules."