Across a wonderful swathe of natural beauty stretching from the Atlantic islands and sea-lochs of Argyll to the softer landscape of Bute and the banks of the Clyde, architecture makes its mark: mysterious and poignant in ruinous brochs, stone circles and lone Celtic crosses; aggressive and confident, castles exploding out of rock and loch, like Sween and Dunstaffnage: elegant and urbane like the white-walled streets of Inveraray.
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This installment of the Fisher Investments On series is a comprehensive guide to the Financials sector, the largest sector in most broad equity indexes around the world and the lifeblood of the global economy.
This reliable guide can help you in making top–down investment decisions specifically for the Financials sector. It shows how to determine better times to invest in Financials, which Financials industries and sub–industries are likelier to do best, and how individual stocks can benefit in various environments. The global Financials industry is large and complex, with the major part of the sector located outside the United States. Using the framework detailed in this book, you can learn to be better equipped to identify opportunities and avoid major pitfalls.
Given the vast market landscape and diverse geographic operations, it is vital to maintain a global perspective when investing in the Financials sector. This invaluable resource provides the tools to help you understand and analyze opportunities both in the United States and abroad within this sector.About the Author:
Frank Arneil Walker studied at the Glasgow School of Architecture. He is an architect and became Professor of Architectural History at the University of Strathclyde in 1992. He has written on a variety of topics including Baronial architecture, the development of urban form in Scotland, fin-de-siecle architecture in Central Europe and is author or contributing author of some twenty books.
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