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1975: The Practical use of Economic Analysis in Investment Management

  • Edmund A. Mennis

Abstract

The use of economic analysis in investment management has grown considerably in recent years. I believe further significant expansion lies ahead as financial analysts develop greater skills in economic analysis and these analyses are integrated more into the investment decision process. Prior to a discussion of the practical uses of economic analysis, however, the purposes of financial analysis need to be considered.

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Interest Rate Institutional Investment Stock Prex Portfolio Management Business Economic 
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© Edmund A. Mennis 2016

Authors and Affiliations

  • Edmund A. Mennis
    • 1
  1. 1.Security Pacific National BankUSA

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