Financial Analysis Tools and Techniques, a business-focused revision of Erich Helfert's perennial college bestseller Techniques of Financial Analysis, is a quick, easy read for nonfinancial managers and an excellent refresher and reference for finance professionals. This practical, hands-on guide provides a new introductory chapter that gives context to today's valuation turmoil and helps professionals understand the economic drivers of a business and the importance of cash flow.
This volume is an adaptation for the professional market of the most recent 10th (“millennium”) edition of Dr. Helfert’s best-selling Techniques of Financial Analysis, which, with more than half a million copies in print over the past 38 years, has given the student, analyst, and business executive a concise, practical, usable, and up-to-date overview of key financial/economic analysis tools.
For over ten years, Richard Deal has operated his own company, The Deal Group Inc., in Oviedo, Florida, east of Orlando. Richard has over 20 years of experience in the computing and networking industry including networking, training, systems administration, and programming. In addition to a BS in Mathematics from Grove City College, he holds many certifications from Cisco and has taught many beginning and advanced Cisco classes.
Bill Phillips is president of the International Association of Home Safety and Security Professionals.
He has worked throughout the United States as an alarm systems installer, safe technician, and locksmith.
He is a graduate of the National School of Locksmithing and Alarms (New York City branch),
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