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By (author)  Michael G. McMillan is Director, Curriculum Projects, in the Education division of the CFA Institute. Dr. McMillan joined CFA Institute in 2008 after more than a decade as a professor of accounting and finance at Johns Hopkins University's Carey School of Business and The George Washington University's School of Business. Prior, he was a securities analyst and portfolio manager in the San Francisco area. Jerald E. Pinto is Director, Curriculum Projects, in the Education division of the CFA Institute. Prior, he consulted with corporations, foundations, and partnerships in investment planning, portfolio analysis, valuation, and quantitative analysis. Pinto also worked in the investment and banking industries in New York and taught finance at NYU Stern School of Business. Wendy L Pirie is Director, Curriculum Projects in the Education Division at CFA Institute. Prior to joining CFA Institute in 2008 she taught for over 20 years at a broad range of institutions - large public universities small, private, religiously affiliated colleges and a military academy. She primarily taught finance courses but also taught accounting, taxation, business law, marketing and statistics courses. Gerhard Van de Venter is a Director, Curriculum Projects, in the Education Division at CFA Institute. He began his career in South Africa as a financial analyst in the agricultural sector and later as a dealer on the Bond Exchange, trading in fixed income securities. Gerhard's academic career spans over a decade where he has taught finance and investments and has published a number of papers in financial planning.
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A comprehensive guide to investment analysis and portfolio management by an expert team from the CFA Institute. In a world of specialization, no other profession likely requires such broad, yet in-depth knowledge than that of financial analyst. Financial analysts must not only possess a broad understanding of the financial markets-including structure, organization, efficiency, portfolio management, risk and return and planning and construction-but they must also have a strong sense of how to evaluate industries and companies prior to engaging in an analysis of a specific stock.