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Best Practices for Equity Research Analysts: Essentials for Buy-Side and Sell-Side Analysts
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A real-world guide to becoming a top-performing equity analystPraise for best practices for equity research analysts: "Jim Valentine has taken his decades of experience as a highly successful security analyst and written an effective and comprehensive guide to doing the job right. Ionly wish I had this book by my side throughout my career." -- Byron R. Wien, Vice Chairman, Blackstone Advisory Partners LP "Given the fast pace and high-pressure nature of the markets, analysts don't have the luxury to make mistakes. James J. Valentine's Best Practices for Equity ResearchAnalysts should be required reading for all new and experienced analysts, particularly those who were not lucky enough to be brought up in the business under amentor. Valentine can be that mentor." -- Jami Rubin, Managing Director, Global Investment Research, Goldman Sachs "Jim's book is an excellent window into the world of securities research. Very few works cover the complete life cycle of an analyst and the necessary balance betweentheory and practice. This is one of them." -- Juan-Luis Perez, Global Director of Research, Morgan Stanley "Valentine's book doesnt rehash the basics of finance but covers all the nonacademic topics in terms of how the analysts should manage their time, resources,data, and contacts in order to come up with the best stock picks. This book is required reading for beginning analysts and a must-read for all analysts who want todevelop an edge." -- Carl Schweser, Founder of Schwesers Study Program for the CFA Exam "best practices for equity research analysts is by far the best written and most comprehensive book that I have read on how to become a top-notch analyst. I shouldn't be surprised; it was written by one of the best analysts that Wall Street has ever seen. Every securities firm should require their analysts to read this book." -- Eli Salzmann, Portfolio Manager most equity research analysts learn their trade on the job by apprenticing under a senior analyst. however, equity analysts who work for senior producers often havelittle time or incentive to train new hires, and those who do have the time may not have research skills worth emulating. Now, best practices for equity research analysts offers promising equity research analysts a practical curriculum for mastering their profession. James J. Valentine, a former Morgan Stanley analyst, explains everything today's competitive analyst needs to know,providing practical training materials for buyand sell-side research analysis in the United States and globally. conveniently organized for use as a learning tool and everyday reference on the job, Best Practices for Equity Research Analysts covers the five primary areasof the equity research analyst's role:
- Identifying and monitoring critical factors
- Creating and updating financial forecasts
- Deriving price targets or a range of targets
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Author Profile James J. Valentine spent 16 years working for top institutions, including Morgan Stanley, Salomon Brothers, Smith Barney, and PaineWebber; he was Director of Global Training and Development for Morgan Stanley's Research Department from 2006 to 2008. For 10 consecutive years, he was ranked by Institutional Investor as one of the top three Wall Street analysts within his sector, and in 2006 Forbes named him one of the top three Wall Street analysts among all 2,000 sell-side analysts eligible that year. During his career, Valentine won numerous analyst awards for his stock picking, earnings forecasts, and client service from the Wall Street Journal, First Call, Reuters, Institutional Investor, Greenwich Associates, and Star Mine.
chapter 1: Selecting the Optimal Stock Universe Don't Let Others Choose Your Fate; chapter 2: Sectors Before Stocks Maximizing Long-Run Performance; chapter 3: Identify Company Factors that Drive the Stock The Rest Is a Waste of Time; chapter 4: Uncover Proprietary Industry Sources for an Edge; chapter 5: Get the Most From Interviews with Management and Information Sources; chapter 6: Create Financial Forecasts with Just Enough Detail to Spot Anomalies; chapter 7: Ten Practical Valuation Tools Used by the Pros; chapter 8: Frameworks to Help Deciding Between Buy, Hold and Sell; chapter 9: Stock Calls Need an Advocate: Influence Others to Trade Your Idea; chapter 10: Tips to Ensure You Don't Stray From Ethical Practices; chapter 11: Learning to Do More with Less; chapter 12: Ignore the Noise Half the Battle Is Learning What Not to Do