Using Economic Indicators to Improve Investment Analysis, 3rd Edition by Evelina M. Tainer

Using Economic Indicators to Improve Investment Analysis, 3rd Edition by Evelina M. Tainer
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Using Economic Indicators to Improve Investment Analysis, 3rd Edition

by Evelina M. Tainer

Wiley Adobe E-Book June 2006

"A virtual bible of how economic indicators are constructed and used. Important tidbits of history are mixed with present-day nuances to explain why we should care about all the economic indicators." Allen Grommet, Senior Economist, Cambridge Consumer Credit Index

"This book is an indispensable resource for anyone that wants a practical understanding of the economy and how it is measured. The information is clear, concise, and will help investors at all levels leverage the vast amount of economic data available." Jesse Harriott, PhD, Vice President of Research, Monster Worldwide, Inc.

This updated guide to economic indicators -- what they are and what they really mean -- covers all major economic indicators, from GDP to the consumer price index. You'll not only learn what key economic measurements are and how to read and interpret them, you'll discover how to use them to make better, more-informed financial, trading, and investing decisions.


EVELINA M. TAINER is Chief Economist at Econoday, a California-based firm that specializes in providing economic information to corporate and individual investment clients. Previously chief economist at Carr Futures and president of Simply Economics, Tainer has taught economics and finance at the University of Illinois, Northwestern University, and other Chicago-area universities. She has written about economics and finance for numerous national magazines and newspapers.


Illustrations. Preface.


CHAPTER 1. Cycles, Markets, and Participants.

CHAPTER 2. National Income and Product Accounts.

CHAPTER 3. The Consumer Sector.

CHAPTER 4. Investment Spending.

CHAPTER 5. The Foreign Sector.

CHAPTER 6. The Government Sector.

CHAPTER 7. Inflation.

CHAPTER 8. The Labor Market.

CHAPTER 9. Other Measures of Production.

CHAPTER 10. The Federal Reserve System.

CHAPTER 11. The Treasury.

CHAPTER 12. Making Strategic Investment Decisions.

Appendix A. Sources of Information.

Appendix B. Economic Indicator Releases by Statistical Agency.



About the Author.