This comprehensive examination of short selling, which is a bet on stocks declining in value, explores the ways that this strategy drives financial markets. Its focus on short selling by region, its consideration of the history and regulations of short selling, and its mixture of industry and academic perspectives clarify the uses of short selling and dispel notions of its destructive implications. With contributions from around the world, this volume sheds new light on the ways short selling uncovers market forces and can yield profitable trades. Combines academic and professional research on short selling in all major financial markets Emphasizes details about strategies, implementations, regulation, and tax advantages Chapters provide summaries for readers who want up-to-date maps of subject landscapesHe has more than 10 yearsa#39; experience in the banking industry and has worked for the Big Four audit and consultancy firms in the area of banking and finance. His main areas of research are institutions and capital markets, as well asanbsp;...
|Title||:||Handbook of Short Selling|
|Publisher||:||Academic Press - 2011-08-31|