Published October 1, 2002
by Coaches Choice Books .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||88|
Special Situation Investing: Hedging, Arbitrage, and Liquidation [Stark, Brian J] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Special Situation Investing: Hedging, Arbitrage, and Liquidation Skip to main contentAuthor: Brian J Stark. Special Situations book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. An insightful overview of how teams can design and execute out-of-bound /5. Special situations investing is basically short term stock trading. You trade stocks based on public perception and your understanding. This is a skill a book wont teach you. Trading regularly and working with seasoned traders will teach you what you are wanting. Any good book which teaches you technical analysis will be a good starting point. Special Situations. In this section you can find plays for those 'special situations' that occur during a basketball game things like last second plays, jump ball plays, and more. The Hoops U. Basketball Coaching Academy has even more content in the area of 'special situations'. Basketball Playbook. Coaching IQ.
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This book was a useful cross section. But it felt more "mile-wide, inch-deep" than properly balanced. I think it was still a very helpful book. Special situation investing: Hedging, arbitrage, and liquidation  Brian J Stark (Author) This was a good book. The major segments were helpful. However, they were a bit disjointed. A special situation is a one-time event that has an impact on a stock or other asset. Any number of events, positive or negative, can cause a Author: Will Kenton. is the father of special situations investing. He and his work are all but unknown today. That's changing. You can help: Let us know anything you know about him (there is little biographical info). Support the project financially and be listed in the book(s). Write special situations investment research for publication in one or more of the books. The father of special situations investing's final book, showing the master at the height of his powers. For the first time, Schiller examines turnabouts (today's turnarounds), changes in line of business, and empire builders as a discrete investment :