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View Resource Center for Applied Probability

Created by professors Paul Johnson and Michael Mauboussin of The Graduate School of Business at Columbia University, CAP@Columbia features resources from Columbia's securities analysis and investment courses. The authors have divided securities analysis into four sections: Capital Market Theory, Business Economics and Competitive Advantage, Valuation, and Rational Decision Making. Within each...
View Resource Debt Margin

This special report from the Financial Markets Center (FMC) includes an extensive collection of articles that look at the phenomena of margin loans in the United States. As the stock market continues to rise, stockholders are using their stocks as collateral to borrow money in order to purchase more stock, causing margin debt. Along with a large section of staff member-authored explanatory briefs...
View Resource Preparing Investors for Success in Options Trading was developed by Schaeffer's Investment Research to help educate investors about options trading. A large part of the site is devoted to familiarizing novice investors with options investing. To that end, a five-lesson series introduces investors to options trading. In addition, the site covers basic and more complex options trading strategies. Research on options trading, daily...
View Resource Parker Center for Investment Research

Located at Cornell University, the Parker Center for Investment Research is dedicated to "the creation and dissemination of leading-edge research relevant to investment managers." Publications on-site include recent working papers on cost-of-capital, earnings forecasting, price momentum, and trading volume, among other topics (1997-present); also included is a collection of student-prepared...
View Resource The Motley Fool

With a title like “The Motley Fool”, visitors unacquainted with this program may wonder what exactly this series might be about. Created in 1993, the program is essentially a down-to-earth guide to personal finance and investing offered by David Gardner on National Public Radio. As might be expected, this lively program covers a wide range of subjects, including online wedding planning, helpful...