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The Wall Street MBA, Third Edition: Your Personal Crash Course in Corporate Finance

The Wall Street MBA, Third Edition: Your Personal Crash Course in Corporate Finance

3rd Edition
By Reuben Advani
ISBN10: 1260135594
ISBN13: 9781260135596
Copyright: 2018
09781260135596

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Acknowledgments

Introduction

Part 1: Accounting

Chapter 1: Accounting Basics

Chapter 2: Balance Sheet

Chapter 3: Income Statement

Chapter 4: Cash Flow Statement

Chapter 5: Fraud and Manipulation

Chapter 6: Financial Analysis

Chapter 7: Managerial Accounting

Part 2: Finance

Chapter 8: Cost of Capital

Chapter 9: Valuation

Chapter 10: Wall Street Basics: Stocks and Bonds

Chapter 11: Wall Street Part Deux: Arbitrage, Derivatives, and Hedge Funds

Chapter 12: Mergers and Aquisitions

Chapter 13: Currency

Chapter 14: Real Estate

Chapter 15: Commodities

Chapter 16: Portfolio Theory

Chapter 17: The Business of Finance

Conclusion

Appendix A: Case Study: Car-E-Oki, Inc.

Appendix B: Sample Problems

Appendix C: Summary Formulas

Glossary

Recommended Readings

Index