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The Resource Economic indicators for dummies, Michael Griffis

Economic indicators for dummies, Michael Griffis

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Economic indicators for dummies
Title
Economic indicators for dummies
Statement of responsibility
Michael Griffis
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Everything you need to easily get a handle on economic indicators In today's volatile, often troubling economic landscape, there are myriad statistics and reports that paint an economic picture that can sometimes resemble a work by Jackson Pollock. These complex and often-conflicting reports could vex even the savviest investor.
Biographical or historical data
Michael Griffis, MBA, has been an active trader for more than two decades. He has written about stock trading for online audiences, and today writes about investing and marketing for clients in the banking and brokerage industries.
Cataloging source
UK-WkNB
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Griffis, Michael
Dewey number
  • 330
  • 330'.015195
  • 330.015195
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Economic indicators
  • Economics
  • Finance
  • Economics
  • Economics
  • Finance
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Everything you need to easily get a handle on economic indicators In today's volatile, often troubling economic landscape, there are myriad statistics and reports that paint an economic picture that can sometimes resemble a work by Jackson Pollock. These complex and often-conflicting reports could vex even the savviest investor. Economic Indicators For Dummies explains how to interpret and use key global economic indicators to make solid investments, aid in business planning, and help develop informed decisions. In plain English, it breaks down the complex language and statistics to help you make sense of this critical information. You'll discover how to interpret economic data within the context of other sometimes-conflicting reports and statistics, and use the information to make profitable decisions. You'll understand the meaning of such data as employment indices and housing and construction stats and how they affect stocks, bonds, commodities and international markets ...and how you can use these statistics to make investment decisions as well as plan strategic goals for business growth. Economic Indicators For Dummies breaks down dozens of statistics and patterns to give you a better understanding of how various sources of data and information can be used. * Breaks down jargon and statistical concepts * Covers how to use publicly available economic indicators to better position your portfolio, improve returns, and make sensible, long-range business plans * Discusses the reliability and timeliness of the collected data, while helping investors prioritize the flow of economic information to avoid information overload Whether you're an investor, economics student, or business professional involved in making key strategic decisions for your company, Economic Indicators For Dummies has you covered
Target audience
general
Label
Economic indicators for dummies, Michael Griffis
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Paperback
Contents
Introduction 1 Part I: Figuring Out the Economy 7 Chapter 1: Introducing Economic Indicators 9 Chapter 2: Explaining Economic Jargon 21 Chapter 3: Understanding the Big Picture: The Economy and Its Footprints 45 Part II: Making Money, Spending Money: Employment and Consumer Indicators 65 Chapter 4: Counting Jobs and Unemployment 67 Chapter 5: Survey Says: Considering Consumer Sentiment, Confi dence, and Comfort 93 Chapter 6: Spreading the Wealth: Consumer Spending and the Economy 113 Part III: The Essence of Business: Product and Service Indicators 133 Chapter 7: GDP: The Whole Enchilada 135 Chapter 8: Following the Fed 161 Chapter 9: Profi ling Manufacturing: New Orders and Shipments 185 Chapter 10: Grappling with Economic Indexes 201 Chapter 11: Spending on Housing and Residential Construction 213 Part IV: Inflation, Productivity, Interest Rates, and Commodities: Oh My! 239 Chapter 12: Determining Infl ation's Economic Impact 241 Chapter 13: Taking a Closer Look at Productivity and Economic Growth 261 Chapter 14: Eyeing Business and Municipal Borrowing in the Bond Market 273 Chapter 15: Harvesting Commodity Data 289 Part V: International Intrigue: Indicators beyond the United States 309 Chapter 16: Trading with the United States 311 Chapter 17: Following Economies Worldwide 325 Chapter 18: Monitoring Emerging Economies 345 Part VI: The Part of Tens 353 Chapter 19: Ten Ways to Track the U.S. Economy 355 Chapter 20: Ten (Or So) Money-Making Tips You Can Use with Economic Indicators 361 Glossary 367 Index 375
Control code
9781118037621
Dimensions
23x19x2 cm.
Extent
408 p.
Isbn
9781118037621
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Other physical details
ill.
Specific material designation
regular print
Label
Economic indicators for dummies, Michael Griffis
Publication
Note
Paperback
Contents
Introduction 1 Part I: Figuring Out the Economy 7 Chapter 1: Introducing Economic Indicators 9 Chapter 2: Explaining Economic Jargon 21 Chapter 3: Understanding the Big Picture: The Economy and Its Footprints 45 Part II: Making Money, Spending Money: Employment and Consumer Indicators 65 Chapter 4: Counting Jobs and Unemployment 67 Chapter 5: Survey Says: Considering Consumer Sentiment, Confi dence, and Comfort 93 Chapter 6: Spreading the Wealth: Consumer Spending and the Economy 113 Part III: The Essence of Business: Product and Service Indicators 133 Chapter 7: GDP: The Whole Enchilada 135 Chapter 8: Following the Fed 161 Chapter 9: Profi ling Manufacturing: New Orders and Shipments 185 Chapter 10: Grappling with Economic Indexes 201 Chapter 11: Spending on Housing and Residential Construction 213 Part IV: Inflation, Productivity, Interest Rates, and Commodities: Oh My! 239 Chapter 12: Determining Infl ation's Economic Impact 241 Chapter 13: Taking a Closer Look at Productivity and Economic Growth 261 Chapter 14: Eyeing Business and Municipal Borrowing in the Bond Market 273 Chapter 15: Harvesting Commodity Data 289 Part V: International Intrigue: Indicators beyond the United States 309 Chapter 16: Trading with the United States 311 Chapter 17: Following Economies Worldwide 325 Chapter 18: Monitoring Emerging Economies 345 Part VI: The Part of Tens 353 Chapter 19: Ten Ways to Track the U.S. Economy 355 Chapter 20: Ten (Or So) Money-Making Tips You Can Use with Economic Indicators 361 Glossary 367 Index 375
Control code
9781118037621
Dimensions
23x19x2 cm.
Extent
408 p.
Isbn
9781118037621
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Other physical details
ill.
Specific material designation
regular print

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