This Almanac provides a comprehensive guide to the next financial year and offers a wide range of information both on those companies listed on the London Stock Exchange and on matters of key importance to the stock market investor. Now in its third year, this unique reference work is packed full of facts and figures - including: Week To View Diary, packed with essential information on upcoming company announcements, a weekly round-up of interims and finals, and a money-related 'on this day' news item; weekly articles on Investing: focusing on market quirks and seasonality effects, such as the likely performance of the market in each month; reference Section, comprising a wide range of data on the UK stock market; and, a Company Directory, a comprehensive directory of all companies listed on the London Stock Exchange and AIM. If you're a serious investor, ensure that a copy of the Almanac is on your desk for 2007. Questions answered in this year's Almanac include: What stocks should you buy or sell in December? What stocks should you buy or sell in January? Should you buy or sell stocks after they are ejected from the FTSE100 Index? the whole year? If the market rises 5 days in a row, what is the probability of it rising for a sixth day? Which days of the week are the best for the FTSE100? Which are the strongest and weakest months in the year for the market? How does the market react to the MPC monthly announcements? How is the stock market correlated with the oil price? What sectors are the strongest or weakest in each quarter? and, What type of companies become Ten Baggers? The questions also include: How has the daily volatility of the FTSE100 Index changed over the last 20 years? How does the FTSE100 behave in the days immediately following exceptionally large moves? Why should UK investors want Australia to win the Ashes? and, Should you buy companies whose CEO has the first name Michael or Philip?This is an extremely useful and massively informative companion to the next financial year. It is the one essential book that all investors should have.
|Title||:||Uk Stock Market Almanac 2007|
|Publisher||:||Harriman House Pub - 2006-11|