Publisher: Thomson, 1999, 1001 pages
This text focuses on the comparison of efficient and inefficient markets from the viewpoint of an experienced portfolio manager. This approach covers not only the fundamentals of portfolio management — financial, securities markets, and investment management techniques, including financial engineering — but also how these techniques are applied by professional investors. It is unsurpassed in its ability to bridge between theory and application by using articles from the financial media as well as real-world mini-cases to illustrate concepts. A strong problem-solving approach is supported through many solved sample problems and practice boxes throughout the text, and through strong end-of-chapter problems and cases which use real world information and data to give students the opportunity to apply what they've learned to solving real problems.
If you intend to work within the equities field, this is the book to know. Typical american MBA literature.